Riverfront hotel in Trondheim, Norway offers sublime location
Overlooking the Nidelven River, the Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel in Trondheim, Norway enjoys easy transport connections and proximity to historic attractions. Shopping and restaurant streets in the city centre and Solsiden lie nearby. A stroll brings guests to old quarter Bakklandet’s charming shops, coffee bars and gothic Nidaros Cathedral. The city's concert hall, Olavshallen, is adjacent to this hotel in Trondheim, Norway.
Founded at the mouth of the Nidelven River in the 10th century by a Viking king, Trondheim is Norway's third largest city. Remarked for its broad boulevards and timbered architecture, Trondheim has preserved much of its medieval past. Today the city is known as Norway's capital of technology.
Located in central Norway, Trondheim is easily accessible by airplane, automobile, boat and train. The historic Bakklandet quarter is best explored on foot, although 125 bicycles are available for citizens and visitors in racks in and around city centre.
- The airport bus stops in front of the hotel every 15 minutes. Værnes Airport is 31.3 kilometres away.
- The city's main railway station is 1.5 kilometres from the Radisson Blu.
- Trondheim Harbour is less than a kilometre from the hotel. The Hurtigruten Coastal Express has daily departures to destinations north and south of the city.