The Britannia is the most famous hotel in this charming city in Norway. The building history goes back to 1705. Mrs Cecilie and Olaus Andreas Myhre bought the hotel in 1870, and opened it officially in 1897.
The list of famous guests at this Trondheim (Norway) legendary hotel is truly impressive, including writer Henrik Ibsen, the King of Thailand as well as international popstars and celebrities and of course most members of the Royal Norwegian family, who had enjoyed this historical hotel.
Today guests enjoy a spa and a health centre with swimming pool, treatment rooms, water zones, fitness room, a Bar and a relax room.
The Britannia has 247 rooms, including 11 suites, deluxe rooms, artist rooms, rooms for
female guests and business rooms.
The hotel in 1910.