Founded in 1870, Britannia Hotel was built to serve British aristocrats who visited Trondheim for its legendary salmon fishing. Today, the Britannia cherishes its rich 150-year history of serving explorers, royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from around the world. A privately owned, independently operated hotel, the Britannia reopened in April 2019 after being closed for a dramatic, 3-year, $150 million renovation.Now the northernmost member of The Leading Hotels of The World, the Britannia is a true 5-star hotel, providing exceptional service, accommodations and amenities. Offering 257 rooms including 11 suites, all with handmade Hästens beds, Carrara marble double vanity bathrooms, minibar, Nespresso machine and the finest finishes. Complimentary wifi, breakfast and use of the Spa and gym are included in the room rate.Cuisine is a highlight at Britannia, boasting four restaurants and two bars. Enjoy casual dining options as well as a Michelin-star experience at Speilsalen. Awarded its firstMichelin star in February 2020. To compliment the dining experience, the Wine Bar (Vinbaren) has a list of more than 2,000 labels and offers many by the glass. The cozy 3-room cellar features glass walls lined with their collection.The centerpiece of the hotel is Palmehaven dining room, which has been a place of celebration since the turn of the century. Palmehaven with its iconic architecture and décor, makes an elegant setting for breakfast served daily, as well Afternoon Tea and other special events.Britannia Spa is the largest in the region, and is ideal for a wellness holiday. Rejuvenate in the heated lap pool, mineral pool, Nordic saunas and infrared cabin, or indulge in the extensive treatment menu.Located in Trondheim city center, walking distance to top attractions, the Britannia offers Concierge service and has a car & driver on staff.