First Hotel Ambassadeur

Address: Stromsoe Torg 7, Drammen, Buskerud, Eastern Valleys, 3044, Norway | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on Stromsoe Torg 7, Drammen.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsFirst Hotel Ambassadeur Drammen

    Reviewed by amosdrayson


    Reviewed Jul 29, 2014
    by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

    I have stayed in this hotel several times on business trips. Fairly small rooms but clean with great internet connectivity. Train station is only 100 meters away (Drammen is the last station on the Flytoget line, direct to Oslo airport which is handy) The dining room is spacious and the continental style breakfast is fine. A short walk over the bridge next to the hotel takes you in the man square in Drammen with good access to bars and shops. If you need a taxi during your stay there is a rank right outside the main reception

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    TripAdvisor Reviews First Hotel Ambassadeur Drammen

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