Hotels rooms are getting increasingly expensive throughout Norway. Rooms in first class hotels in major Norwegian cities, are among the most costly in Europe. With this in mind, I got away with a modest expense when staying in City Living Hotel Schøller in Trondheim, but what was offered were the bare necessities.
- Location: BBBB+
- Service: BBB
- Room: BBBB
- Breakfast: N/A (Not included or available)
- Facilities: B+
- Price: BBBB
|Garden in front of Schøller Residence|
When arriving in the tiny reception in this apartment hotel, you were greeted by a service minded staff, and was given the keys to room 216, on the ground floor. Be aware that that this is more or less a self catering establishment. I was, however, critical to the fact that the rooms were not made up daily. It is so nice to comme back to a room that has be cleaned and attended to.
The room and shower room faced a small enclosed back yard. They were small in size, but had been redecorated quite recently. Nice parquet flooring in room, and the bath room had been nicely tiled. Cream coloured walls and furniture in light wood gave it a clean, contemporary look. Very little wear and tear. No dust on picture frames or open surfaces.
|Bed, desk, and microwave|
City Living Hotel Schøller has no breakfast room or restaurant. Rolls and drinks are for sale in the reception.
|Redecorated bath room|
I paid NOK 640 (USD 109 / EUR 82), more than half the price of other hotels available. A fair price for what you get, but City Living Hotel Schøller is accommodation for those of you that just need a room. If you want facilities, pay up!