Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim

Address: Kjoepmannsgata 73, Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Trondelag, 7010, Norway | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Kjoepmannsgata 73, Trondheim, is near Tyholttarnet, Kristiansen Festung, Erkebispegarden (Archbishop's Palace), and Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim

          Reviewed by oregonnscaler

          Clean, comfortable and close to rail

          Reviewed Aug 9, 2015
          by (46 reviews) Hillsboro, Oregon , United States Flag of United States

          Nice modern hotel right along the canal in city center Trondheim. Close to the rail station.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Trondheim

          Another day another walk

          A travel blog entry by jayton on Oct 13, 2015


          We set off this morning and walked into town. The first thing we came across was a small market where Jean bought some Nougat. After that we found the info centre and got a map of the town and the route of the walk I had found on the internet that followed the river through the old town and the not so old town.

          The first place we visited was the Marine Museum where we learnt the history of Trondheim as a maritime centre for the last ...


          A travel blog entry by hfs on Jun 27, 2014

          2 comments, 10 photos

          ... lovely conservatory part of the Lido dining area, full of light and flowers, a nice spot for breakfast, whilst we trundle along. One of the best things is the unlimited laundry, for a small daily fee all popped in a bag,and off it goes, back before you know it, all on hangers and pristine,one could get very used to this, such a treat..!
          Some other good things ..just finished Sue Monks Kidds The Invention Of Wings for those ...

          Stuck in Trondheim and a Day at Sea

          A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 21, 2014

          6 photos

          ... s the university,” like she didn’t really know what we were going to see. She was fuzzy on history, especially the dates (she wasn’t “good with numbers”, she said). The drive was supposed to be an hour, but lasted just 45 minutes (probably because we left 15 minutes late) and ended at a fort overlooking the city. She told us a bit about the fort and then told us that the museum there required an admission ticket and ...

          Up North

          A travel blog entry by lynrobinson on Aug 23, 2013

          13 photos

          ... Over a cup of the local cranberry icecream , delicious because it's much more cream than ice we chat to the cool young assistant. After establishing our knowledge of trendy Australian DJs = 0 , a more equitable subject is broached in dangerous animals. That is moose mothers, road hugging deer, Norways one nasty snake and killer kangaroos. Next day we take a boat trip around the fjord . The river and port are beautiful, the black ...

          Kystekspressen to Trondheim then train to Sweden

          A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 05, 2013

          14 photos

          ... from Viking times, through the Middle Ages and the union with Denmark and later Sweden. The resistance during WWII section was also attention grabbing. I'd forgotten that the term quisling came from Vidkun Quisling, who assisted the Nazis as they conquered his own country so that he could rule the collaborationist Norwegian government himself.

          Next point of interest was Vår Frue Kirke (Our Lady's Church) - the smaller of the town's two ...