Stavanger, Norway, is the fourth-largest city in the country and traces its origins to Viking times, making it one of the oldest settlements in Norway. The city is known for its milder climate, historical sites, many museums, monuments, and several examples of amazing construction, such as the Stavanger Cathedral. When traveling to Stavanger you’ll certainly want to take your time, so you can enjoy all the sites. Luckily, Stavanger is also home to several comfortable hotels, giving you a wonderful starting point for your vacation adventures.
First opened in 1990 The Hotel Victoria has over a century of history and remains one of the most well-known hotels in the area and is popular with travelers. Centrally located the Hotel Victoria is located near several popular tourist destinations and restaurants. When you reserve a room here, you can look forward to amenities such as public parking, free high-speed Wi-Fi, free breakfast, taxi service, a minibar in your hotel room, flat-screen TVs, and more. The hotel is also located near Kjerag a breathtaking waterfall that is a popular destination for visitors.
Thon Hotel Stavanger
Another popular tourist destination is the modern Thon Hotel Stavanger due to its location near the nightlife and cultural locations in the city. With room service, a mini-bar, Wi-Fi, a 24-hour desk, business center, and other on-sight features your visit will be a comfortable one. The hotel also offers breakfast, a dinner menu, and an executive lounge for your relaxation. With a welcome staff and location close to the airport and bus service the Thon Hotel Stavanger is well worth staying at.
Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Part of the well-known Radisson family of hotels the Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger is an iconic hotel located near city locations such as the Stavanger Central Station, Old Town, and the Norsk Oljemuseum. The hotel also houses the FireLake bar and grill, so you don’t have to go far for a good meal. Other amenities include public parking, a business center, gym, and various room comforts such as Wi-Fi, TV, USB ports in the room for all your electronic needs, an in-room safe, a refrigerator, an unbeatable view, and more.
Clarion Hotel Energy
First opened in August 2014, the Clarion Hotel Energy is a large, modern, conference hotel designed to offer you a modern and relaxing place to stay when you’re in Stavanger. One of the hotel’s unique features is its conferencing features, making it ideal for a large business trip or company event. However, if you’re just traveling for fun, the hotel still has a lot to offer. With an in-house restaurant, gym, Wi-Fi, free breakfast, self-service features, private parking, and laundry service, the Clarion Hotel Energy offers the same comforts of home. Pets are also welcome.
Clarion Hotel Stavanger
Another popular hotel offered under the Clarion banner is the Clarion Hotel Stavanger. Located within the city center it places you within walking distance of some of Stavanger’s most popular restaurants, museums, and other points of interest. A courteous and relaxing place the hotel offers onsite dining and a bar when you want to unwind. Like other Clarion hotels listed the Hotel Stavanger also offers free breakfast, self-service features, private parking, and laundry service, free Wi-Fi, and other useful amenities.
Scandic Stavanger Park
Scandic Stavanger Park offers a cozy hotel with plenty of room to relax and enjoy your time in Norway. The Scandic Stavanger Park is focused on your comfort and offers features such as pet welcome rooms, comfortable public areas, a gym, an in-hotel store that’s open 24 hours for when you need a drink or a snack, free breakfast, and more comforts to make your visit relaxing. The rooms are not only comfortable but also soundproof and some offer fireplaces. The hotel is also located near several key locations in Stavanger and is only 15 minutes away from the airport.
When traveling to Norway, you certainly don’t lack things to do or sights to see. Stavanger is one location in Norway that shouldn’t be overlooked by travelers. The city offers a unique blend of modern living, the great outdoors, interesting museums, and history that dates back centuries to 1125. While Stavanger is the oil capital of Norway, it offers so much more for those willing to invest the time to visit.