The Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Olav is located in the city's rich cultural centre, right next door to Trondheim's large concert hall, Olavshallen. You'll also be well situated to explore Trondheim's shops and restaurants. All our guests can enjoy our complimentary evening meal, every day.
When you stay with us, you stay in the midst of Trondheim's cultural scene. You stay in a trendy environment, characterised by the many musicians who have stayed at the hotel. The hotel's proximity to the Olavshallen concert hall has earned it the nickname "backstage". Just around the corner from the hotel you'll find shops, restaurants and cafés. Additionally, Trondheim's main attractions such as Trondheim Art Museum, Nidaros Cathedral, Monk's Island and Rockheim museum of pop and rock music are all within easy reach. Read more about Trondheim here.
Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Olav is cash-free, which ensures added security for our guests and visitors. More information about this can be found under FAQs.
Fika and evening meal included
In addition to a daily buffet breakfast, all our guests can also enjoy a complimentary evening meal here at the hotel. If you're in the mood for something sweet in the afternoon, we also serve fika featuring fruit and pancakes. Read more about our meals and the restaurant's opening hours here.
Here at the Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Olav, you can relax in the bar with its trendy interior of glossy surfaces and contemporary furniture. Here you can order refreshing drinks, beers, wine and snacks. And don't forget to check our jukebox for your favourite songs.
We offer two meeting rooms with a capacity for 35 people in total, providing excellent meeting facilities in central Trondheim.
The Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Olav was built in 1989 and is next door to Trondheim's large concert hall Olavshallen, Trondheim's own cultural centre. This neighbour of ours has made our hotel a popular place to stay for many musicians and artists. From local heroes such as Mia Gundersen, Postgirobygget and Åge Alexandersen to internationally acclaimed artists such as Pavarotti.