I stayed here for business in the Spring of 2003, but I had to switch to the Tulip Inn Rainbow Hotel Trondheim. Here's why:
On arrival, I filled in a frequent stayer membership, because I knew I would be staying for at least a week. That would give me a free newspaper every day and a fruit basket in my room. The fruit basket only materialised the next day after several inquiries. Several light bulbs in my room were not working. I called the reception, but was met with the reply that the janitor had gone for the day, so it would have to wait until the next day...When I told them on the 2nd day that I would not stay there anymore they still insisted on charging me for another night since they would not be able to sell my room to someone else, so I was forced to stay for 2 nights. I'll never use this hotel again.
The hostels were either far out or didn't allow alcohol so I found this as it had a special deal for people coming by Nabotåget trains from Sweden. For others, it is still good value for money. From the outside, it looks nothing special in a modern, drab building, but the staff is extremely helpful and friendly and it has other features I liked such as free internet and coffee in the reception and a huge and good breakfast buffet you can live on well passed lunch in expensive Norway! The rooms were ordinary but spacious.
Unique Quality: It is no more than a five minute walk from the station which is ideal for when you don't want to walk far or pay for taxis.
Directions: Just walk straight up from the central station and turn the corner at Egon's restaurant.
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