First Hotel Ambassadeur

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

      Reviewed by amosdrayson

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      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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      A travel blog entry by amosdrayson on Jul 29, 2014

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      Today I visited the Viking Ship Museum It was really cool and interesting The staff there really helped with the guides and things I spent a few hours there looking around and following the guides. I wasn't really hungry at lunch so i skipped it because i had a big breakfast at the hotel this morning And I went to the shops in Oslo a brought a few …

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      A travel blog entry by amosdrayson on Jul 27, 2014

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      I arrived in Oslo and collected my luggage and headed out the front of the airport to catch a taxi to my hotel. I got a taxi quickly and the driver helped me with my things and loaded them into the car. the drive was a nice the taxi driver was nice and friendly it was a good first experience of Norway the taxi cost $177 and took around 40 mins to …

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