The Britannia hotel in Trondheim, Norway, reopens Wednesday, April, 29, at eleven a.m. after forty four times of closure as a end result of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. The Britannia was shuttered on March sixteen mainly because of the pandemic.
“This hotel has seen a whole lot in its one hundred fifty-calendar year historical past,” suggests Mikael Forselius, the Britannia’s handling director. “It has survived two Globe Wars, the influenza pandemic of 1918-19 and now COVID-19 we are thrilled to be reopening our doors as spring brightens up Norway’s third-major city.”
There will be restrictions and controls in place, the Britannia suggests all visitors ought to pre-e-book accommodations, cafe reservations and spa therapies. In the around term, the hotel will only be open up from Wednesday morning to Sunday afternoon. Restaurants and bars on property will have shortened open up hrs, whilst the spa will only be open up to pre-booked therapies. See the hotel’s web site for extra particulars on specific hrs of operation.
The hotel opened in 1870, a haven for British aristocrats coming to Trondheim for salmon fishing. The 257-home Britannia debuted a new glance in April 2019 after a four-calendar year, $160 million renovation. All through our pay a visit to previous April, we uncovered that the renovation was decidedly glamorous, and the hotel was ready to accept a new era of affluent travelers.
In February 2020, the hotel’s Speilsalen cafe (a person of the hotel’s six restaurants) and its chef, Christopher Davidsen, obtained a Michelin star for its multi-training course tasting menu.
In other areas of Norway, as noted by our sister publication Vacation Agent, Hotel Union Øye, located in the compact, remote village of Øye by the Norangsfjord, opened previous 7 days.
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