Stavanger, Norway Hotels
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The Norwegian city of Stavanger offers more than enough for a city break, with traditional, 18th-century buildings and a lively harbor. Several quality boutique hotels and budget accommodations are available in the city, matching every taste and budget. Travelers can visit the canning factory and the old city on the western shore of the River Vagen. There are many traditional buildings housing romantic hotels in the old part of the city, while visitors looking for a modern, upbeat atmosphere will also find low-cost accommodations to suit their needs. 

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Stavanger, Norway

Stavanger Small Apartments
Stavanger Small Apartments
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8.3
Excellent
Various Addresses in City Centre, Stavanger
from $90
House St. Hans
House St. Hans
St. Hans gata 5, Stavanger
from $93
Room in Bjaalandsgate 2F
Room in Bjaalandsgate 2F
Bjaalandsgate 2f HO 401, Stavanger
from $71
City Housing - Klostergaarden Exclusive Apartments
from $18
City Housing - Pulpit Story - Langgata 4
from $220
Stavanger Housing, Solbakkeveien 12
Stavanger Housing, Solbakkeveien 12
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7.5
Good
Solbakkeveien 12, Stavanger
from $60
Comfort Hotel Square
Comfort Hotel Square
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8.4
Excellent
Løkkeveien 41, Stavanger
from $12
Best Western Plus Victoria Hotel
Best Western Plus Victoria Hotel
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8.0
Excellent
Skansegaten 1, Stavanger
from $19
Stavanger Bed & Breakfast
Stavanger Bed & Breakfast
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8.4
Excellent
Vikedalsgata 1A, Stavanger
from $55
Stavanger Small Apartments - Holmegate
from $162
More About Stavanger, Norway Hotels...

What Budget Hotels Are Available in Stavanger?

There are several low-cost Stavanger hotels located in the heart of the city. The three-star Best Western Havly Hotell is an eco-friendly property close to all attractions, offering affordable prices and free breakfast. The Thon Hotel Maritim, overlooking Lake Breiavatnet, is close to all the shopping centers and quality restaurants, with all major attractions of the city within walking distance. The waterfront of Stavanger is only a ten-minute stroll away from most downtown hotels.

What's the Average Price of Boutique Hotels in Stavanger?

The Rica Park Hotel near the city center is a great choice for a weekend spent exploring Stavanger. Only a few minutes away from the major museums and attractions, this boutique hotel offers a bar/lounge and a business center. The Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel is a four-star hotel close to the city's magnificent cathedral. It has a spa and fitness center to help couples make the most of their getaway. The Park Inn by Radisson Stavanger has a rooftop-terrace restaurant, a great setting for a romantic dinner. The average price of a luxury weekend getaway is around $220.

What's the Average Price of Luxury Accommodations?

The average price at a luxury hotel in Stavanger is around $125 a night. The Clarion Hotel Stavanger offers not only an excellent starting point for exploring the city's attractions, such as the Telecom Museum, but also an on-site restaurant and spa. Close to the Ledaal and the Maritime Museum, the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel has several great facilities for both leisure and business travelers, with free breakfast included. The four-star Myhregaarden Hotel, near the Solvberget Stavanger Culture House and the Norwegian Petroleum Museum, has free breakfast and an on-site restaurant.

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