Stavanger has a good supply of modern hotels with something to suit most budgets - and the pick are in or near the main square, Torget. If you're looking for cheap hotels in Stavanger, most hotels offer special discounts and deals at the weekend and in summer, from mid-June to mid-August.
The Stavanger hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over NOK1,600)
Moderate NOK1000 to NOK1,600)
Cheap (up to NOK1000)
These Stavanger hotel prices are based on the cost of a double room per night, including breakfast and taxes.
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
With its 215 large and well-appointed guest rooms, this is one of Stavanger's larger accommodation options, and stands close to the Old Town. The hotel offers complimentary high-speed and wireless internet access throughout the premises. Facilities include a gym and sauna.Address: , Løkkeveien 26, Stavanger, 4002
Telephone: +47 5176 6000.
Skagen Brygge Hotell
With its perfect location down by the harbour, this delightful modern Stavanager hotel was built in the style of an old warehouse to blend in with its surroundings. The rooms are tastefully decorated and the buffet breakfast excellent. The hotel has a Turkish steam bath, sauna, sun beds and a fitness room. There is also a nice coffee corner selling hot drinks and international newspapers.Address: , Skagenkaien 30, Stavanger, 4006
Telephone: +47 5185 0000.
After years in the doldrums, this large hotel in Stavanager, which occupies a distinguished, 19th century brick building has been refitted and revamped to good effect. The hotel bar, with its antique furnishings and fittings, has a first-rate range of whisky and although the rooms beyond lack decorative individuality, they are all perfectly comfortable with every mod con. Smashing harbourside location too.Address: , Skansegaten 1, Stavanger, 4006
Telephone: +47 5186 7000.
Best Western Havly Hottell
Mid-range, medium-sized hotel occupying a modern building that's been squeezed into a narrow side street just off the harbour. The rooms are competent, if pretty average, but the hotel is competitively priced and is in a handy location.Address: , Valberggata 1, Stavanger, 4006
Telephone: +47 5193 9000.
Around 1km (0.6 miles) from the city centre, the Park Inn is a good mid-range choice for those visiting Stavanger. Special offers are available for those booking in advance. A rooftop venue provides views over the harbours.Address: , Lagaardsveien 61, Stavanger, 4002
Telephone: 5176 2000.
Thon Hotel Maritim
Overlooking lake Breivannet, this large, medium-range, tower-block hotel has over 200 modern rooms plus a gym, sauna and solarium. The city's shopping and cultural venues are just a few minutes' walk away.Address: , Kongsgaten 32, Stavanger, 4005
Telephone: +47 5185 0500.
Preikestolen Mountain Lodge
At the starting point of the two-hour hike to the remarkable Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), this new mountain lodge has 27 en suite rooms, each of which is comfortable and in tip-top condition. There's a café, a restaurant and a lovely lounge with wide views plus a roaring fire in winter.Address: , Preikestolvegen 521, Jørpeland, 4100
Telephone: +47 5174 2074.
A moderately priced hotel down by the main harbour, this unassuming place has about 30 en suite guest rooms decorated in a neat and trim modern style with comfortable beds, TVs and private bathrooms. The hotel bar can be a fun place to socialise, as it has become something of a meeting place for locals and hotel guests alike.Address: , Skansegaten 7, Stavanger, 4006
Telephone: +47 5193 8500.
Stavanger Bed & Breakfast
Located in a residential area just five minutes' walk from the railway station, this friendly, hostel-style B&B has around 20 frugal but very clean rooms, most of which have showers and sinks, but shared WCs. Every night, guests gather for complimentary tea, coffee and waffles – and a very pleasant evening it is too, with travellers sharing tips and gossip. Free parking and Wi-Fi too. One of the best cheap hotels in Stavanger.Address: , Vikedalsgata 1A, Stavanger, 4012
Telephone: +47 5156 2500.