All rooms come with handcrafted Hästens beds, Carerra marble bathrooms, turn-down service as standard, access to Britannia Spa and Fitness, concierge service and complimentary à la carte breakfast in the iconic Palmehaven.
Britannia is a historic hotel in Norway, and the spacious Deluxe 1897 rooms are located in the hotel's historic wing from1897. Many of the rooms have classically high-ceilings, and they are all fitted with luxury touches and a collection of curiosities and technological conveniences. Fresh cut flowers will be in your room on arrival and turn-down service is available as standard. With the bed provided by Hästens, 100% cotton linen and down duvets and pillows from Høie, everything is in place to ensure a good night's sleep.
The Deluxe 1897 room is the perfect room for those looking for a little extra space during their stay (some rooms can also accommodate an extra bed if desired). Includes full access to Britannia Spa and Fitness club, as standard. The exciting array of Britannia’s restaurants, bars and cultural events await, or utilise the complimentary concierge service to explore further afield.
All 1897 rooms include:
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