See why so many travellers make Best Western Chesterfield Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Trondheim. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. In addition, Best Western Chesterfield Hotel offers free breakfast, which will help make your Trondheim trip additionally gratifying. If you are driving to Best Western Trondheim, there is paid private parking available nearby.
Close to some of Trondheim's most popular landmarks, such as Salamander Night (0.3 mi) and Church of Our Lady (0.5 mi), Best Western Chesterfield Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
While in Trondheim be sure to experience local shrimp favourites at Ravnkloa Fish Market, Bakgaarden Bar og Spiseri, or Frida.
If you are interested in exploring Trondheim, check out a natural history museum, such as NTNU University Museum.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Best Western Chesterfield Hotel as you experience all of the things Trondheim has to offer.
From our visit to Trondheim for 3 night we experienced a greate hotel. Greate and quiet room with a nice view. Frendly and informative service at reception. Nice breakfast with a rich selections to chose from. Short distance to restaurants, transports and places to visit.
This is our third stay here in four years and it appears the more times you stay the less comfortable it becomes. Room 203 which appeared to be designed with Hellen Keller in mind, included sparse furniture, a broken tv that “never works” and one chair (this is a twin room). The Queen bed was again two single beds brought together that had the firmness of a slab at the local morgue and two single bed overlays and oversized pillows to match. The smaller ( normal pillows) had all the firmness of a run over flounder, however the two single bed Dina’s were soft and comfortable. The interesting marks on two of the three walls indicate the attempt to swing around a family cat.. unsuccessfully and the blocked shower waste outlet which resulted in our toes dangling in the slowly receding shower water while using the toilet was not much more than the “icing on the cake”. The breakfast which is included in the tariff was always the saving grace, however this time there were not enough seats for all guests which meant breakfast couples were spilling out to the foyer and front entrance. This was quickly rectified when someone decided to move the laundry crates from the remainder of the Chesterfield seating area that appeared to be initially placed there to stop guests eating there in the first place. All that aside, the very convenient 12.00pm checkout is a lifesaver. Our stays at the Chesterfield in Søndre gate Trondheim have been hit and miss and the hotel generally is in need of maintenance and renovations. The tariff for this evening was $242.15 AUD and is comparable with more “up market”hotels in Trondheim.…
I together with family members had stayed a number of times at this hotel when it was part of the Best Western chain and we had always enjoyed our stay. When I booked in early December of 2021 a room for myself and my oldest son for Christmas in Trondheim I had no idea that the hotel had gone bankrupt and had been taken over by new owners. When I arrived at 10,30 on Christmas Eve morning, the hotel was locked and the temperature was far below freezing and no one came when I knocked and knocked on the door. Finally, a hotel employee arrived and opened. Later that day, when I ordered a taxi to take me to my youngest son's home for the Christmas Eve dinner, the employee had vanished and the entrance door was locked and I could not exit. I slipped my key card under the door to the taxi driver who proved without success to open the door from the outside. I told him to wait while I searched through the hotel to find someone to open the door. Finally on the 4th floor I found a cleaner who helped me open the door. Later that day, my youngest son called the number for Tommi, the hotel manager. Tommi lied and told him that there was a sign on the wall by the entrance telling how to open the door. Also Tommi told my son that there were 4 fire exits well marked in the lobby. Again another lie since there was one fire exit far from the front door at the opposite end of the hotel. The next day my oldest son from California arrived in Trondheim and we went directly from the airport to celebrate Christmas Day with the rest of the family. We arrived later that night at the hotel around midnight. Given my earlier problems with the door I asked the taxi driver to wait. Once again the reception was deserted, the entrance door was locked and my key card did not work. I had Tommi's number so I called him and he told us to wait for him to come to unlock the door. I asked how long would we have to wait and he said 20 minutes. The temperature at this time was well below freezing and this meant standing in the cold to wait for him. Rather than wait, we asked the taxi driver to take us to the Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel my son had found on his cell phone while I was talking with Tommi. The staff there were extremely helpful and checked us into a room. I went outside and paid the taxi driver approximately 40 dollars for the trip as well as for his waiting time while I talked with Tommi and checked into the Royal Garden. We had a nice room but my clothes, medicine for a stomach ailment and toiletries were locked into the room at the Chesterfield. The next morning I walked to the Chesterfield and arrived luckily just as a young woman employee was arriving to unlock the door. After she opened I found that someone (Tommi?) had attached a tiny green slip of paper on the wall to the left of the entrance with instructions about opening the door. When I arrived at my room, I found that my keycard would not open the door so I had to return to the reception to find an employee who would open the room. Once in, I gathered my gear and left but thanked the employees who had helped me enter a hotel and a room I had paid for but had been prevented from entering. Being both locked in and locked out of the same hotel and paying for two hotels for the same night are experiences I hope no one ever experiences, especially in subzero winter temperatures in Norway.…
The hotel has a great location, is clean, very friendly staff, eager to help. Cozy and comfy. The hotel is only 5 minutes to the train station with direct connections to the airport and it is a ten minute walk to the main cathedral.
Awesome location just up from Station in compact Trondheim where Train Station to complete waste of time Fortress on top of hill in Baklandet is 2km. Air conditioning unit in room was superb Digital TV all the channels etc Friendly staff 700 NOK a night or 60 pounds is awesome value for money. Just great value Budget hotel prices but definitely not a budget hotel!! Reputable chain and would definitely stay here again
We actually stayed 2 times in the last weeks and all 4 of us got good spacious rooms. I alway rate a hotel according to it stars. When we were there it was corona-mayhem all over norway so no breakfastbuffet ( we still got lunchpackets to bring with us or eat there) . Of the same reason no evening waffles , they are supposed to be grat and free. Despite this tragedy here is my list. Pros : Reception: Excellent location Friendly and attentive staff. Free coffe and juice . Free afternoon waffles Spacious rooms for the price clean everywhere Cons: Due too corona-crisis no breakfast buffet No bathtub Overall very good hotel , got no wow-factor so 4 stars from me. Nice sitting area Full bar
The room I was offered on check-in was on the first floor... it had a window opening onto an indoor corridor and staircase, so that other guests could look directly into my room as they passed by! There was even a second door in my room, that was locked - thankfully - that opened into the above-mentioned corridor. Clearly this used to be some kind of storage room that s been converted into a guest room. I complained and was given a room on the second floor, with a view onto an outdoor fire escape, and every bit as small as the previous one. And the mattress measures 170 cm, which makes no sense at all. So, although the rooms are clean and equipped to a base standard that might do the job for a short overnight stay (if you re short of build), beyond that I d strongly recommend looking for other options. Nor is it particularly cheap.…
We stayed here for 3 nights in December for a short break. We chose this hotel for its central location. We took the train from the airport which cost about £4 and 30 minutes later arrived at Trondheim Central Station, it took us just a few minutes to walk to the hotel which was amazing after travelling most of the day. The staff were VERY friendly, I can honestly say I dont think ive been to a more friendly hotel. They were telling us about the Xmas Market, how to get to it, things to do in Trondheim and always seemed interested in us and what we were doing. The rooms are not amazing, they are very tired and need some TLC but they were clean and comfortable. Yes, waffles,,,, everyone talks about them on Tripadvisor and they are delicious and they really are free. There was also Glog (Norwegian mulled wine) and little ginger biscuits to help yourself too. Breakfast was also good which set us up for our days of walking. It was very easy to walk into town (almost there anyway) also near the Old Town bridge and other tourist spots. The bus to the airport also stops outside the hotel but we took the train as it was cheaper. We wanted snow and although we had a little dusting it was very icy on some pavements. We had done some research and walked to ST Olavs Gate (10 mins) and took the Tram (£3) up to Lian where there was deep snow, so different to Trondheim Centre just 30 mins Tram ride away.This is truly a little Gem of a hotel made by the location, service and staff... a little renovation would make this more perfect.…
A budget hotel downtown Trondheim city centre. Airport bus stops just outside. The reception area is quite run down, but friendly staff. Free WIFI which works ok. The breakfast was a disappointment, very little variation and not really appetizing. Ok for one-night business stay and budget trip with friends, but for family and more days I prefer something better.
We stayed in the hotel for 2 nights. The room was comfortable and reasonably well equipped although the shower needs some repair. The included breakfast was adequate but by no means lavish. The location is very good but there is no on-site parking. We had to go to the railway station to park and we were lucky to find the last vacant spot. Overall it is good enough for a short stay but I would not recommend it for an extended stay in Trondheim.