Britannia Hotel in Trondheim
The Britannia hotel in the city of Trondheim will open its doors 1st of April 2019 after a major refurbishment. The hotel dates back to 1870 and it will become an international 5-star hotel featuring 245 brand new rooms, 11 suites, 6 restaurants & bars, conference facilities for 300 people, 13 meetings rooms, the latest available technology and a beautiful Spa & Gym.
The head chef will be Christopher Davidson, the silver winner of the international chef competition Bocuse d’Or 2017.
Trondheim city has recently been named the food capital of Norway due to its easy access of excellent local produce and renowned restaurants and chefs. However, this hidden gem of a city offers more than excellent hotels and good food. It is surrounded by sea and forested hills, making it the perfect destination for outdoor adventures. Its wooden architecture, cosy streets and the magnificent cathedral, Nidarosdomen, makes you feel you have stepped back in time to an area free of the modern stress of life. At the same time a large technological university, makes this a vibrant tech hub with some of Norway’s biggest and most modern conference centres.
Clarion Hotel The Hub in Oslo
In March 2019, Clarion Hotel Royal Christiania will reopen as Clarion Hotel The Hub, a modern business hotel that is ideal for Meetings and Conferences. The hotel is situated in the middle of Oslo and only minutes away from the central station where Airport Express Trains take you to the main airport in 20 minutes.
The hotel will have 810 modern rooms and several rooms will have stunning panoramic views of Oslo and a private balcony or terrace. Some rooms are adapted for wheelchair users and people with hearing and vision impairments. The Hub has 24 flexible state of the art meeting rooms with a capacity of up to 1850 people, which includes 10 boardrooms and a VIP room of 80 square meters. A Spa & Gym will be available to your delegates too. The restaurant & bar will offer stunning views over Oslo coupled with exiting flavours and sustainable local ingredients. In fact, many of the ingredients will be grown on the 200 sq. meter roof of the hotel; TheGrowHub.
Oslo is one of the fastest growing cities in Europe and with extended airport capacity it has excellent flight connection to most major cities in the UK and Europe. The city was proud to be named as one of Lonely Planet’s 10 top cities to visit in 2018.