At the Clarion Collection Hotel Tollboden, you'll be staying in the midst of Drammen's history. The hotel is located in a historical building dating back to the 1600s, when the Strömsö district was one of Norway's most important ports. Around the hotel, you'll find art by local artists and exhibits that tell the story of the city's maritime history.
The Clarion Collection Hotel Tollboden is centrally located in the Strömsö district, near Drammen harbour and surrounded by outstanding natural beauty. The city's selection of restaurants, shops and cafés is just around the corner. Furthermore, Drammen's main attractions, such as the Drammen Museum, Spiraltoppen and Bragenes Torg, are within easy reach.
Fika and Evening Meal included
In addition to the buffet breakfast served every morning, all our guests can also enjoy our Fika and Evening Meal every day. Our meals are all included in the price of your room. You can find out more about our food offer and serving times under Services.
Meetings and conferences
Our conference facility has seven meeting rooms, the largest with seating for up to 70 people. More information about our meeting rooms can be found here.
We understand the importance of being able to stick to your exercise regime, even when you're travelling. Our gym is closed during the time that the hotel is being renovated, but guests are welcome to use the gym at our nearby sister hotel, the Quality Hotel River Station.
King of Strömsö
The Clarion Collection Hotel Tollboden has a long and exciting history. The hotel consists of a building constructed by the lumber dealer Daniel Knoff in 1668. Knoff began his career as head of southern Norway's customs operations in the mid-1600s, and was one of the people closest to the king of Norway. Later, he himself came to be called "King of Strömsö" when he developed Strömsö as a harbour town through his lumber business. Knoff's work lives on today in many exhibits throughout the hotel.