Hotels in Stavanger

BE THRILLED BY SCENIC STAVANGER!

Stunning beaches, majestic mountains and beautiful fjords – Stavanger will take your breath away! Choose from two luxury city centre hotels close to all the sights, great shopping, lively nightlife and public transport. The Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel is beautifully located by Lake Breiavannet, while the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel boasts an exclusive recreation centre for chilling out after a long day of sightseeing.

Stavanger is the Western Norwegian port to the North Sea, the country's third largest city and its most densely populated municipality. Today Stavanger is considered a centre for Norway's oil industry and one of Europe's energy capitals, often referred to as the "oil capital". The biggest company in Scandinavia, Statoil, has its head office in Forus, Stavanger, alongside several other international oil and gas companies. Consequently the city is considered to be particularly international, with 21.1 % of its population being immigrant. Every other year the Stavanger Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) is organised here, which is the world's second largest exhibition and conference in the energy sector.

The city is known for being one of the country's leading culinary clusters. The Gladmat Festival is held annually in Stavanger and is deemed to be one of Scandinavia's biggest food festivals. Just as Stavanger has made its mark in the oil industry, so the city has taken the culinary world under its wings. The city is home to the Gastronomisk Institutt where the art of cooking is taken to new heights. The school has fostered some of the best and most famous chefs in Norway, some of whom have made their mark both in the Bocuse d'Or, the world championships in culinary arts, and in the Norwegian culinary team.

At the heart of Stavanger lie the Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel and the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel. Radisson Blu Atlantic has an incredible view of Breiavatnet and Radisson Blu Royal Hotel is just a few hundred metres away.

The city is also home to the Norwegian Oil Musuem, the Rogaland Theatre, the Stavanger concert hall and the Gastronomisk Institutt. The city is also known for being one of the country's leading culinary clusters.

In 2008 Stavanger was named, the European City of Culture and the city also hosts the Spelleman Awards.

Hotels in Stavanger

  • Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
    Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger

    Description:

    Awash in nautical charm, this Stavanger hotel welcomes you to Norway with true hotelier hospitality. Choose from among 364 rooms and suites, all of which feature Free high-speed, wireless Internet, and enjoy deliciously convenient on-site dining at our two restaurants, bar and pub. The top-floor sauna offers gorgeous views of the city and surrounding area, and 15 fully equipped conference rooms round out the list of extensive offerings.


    Contact Information:

    +47 5176 1000

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  • Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Stavanger
    Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Stavanger

    Description:

    Located in the centre of the commercial district, this Stavanger hotel affords easy access to cultural attractions, top shopping and business destinations. The hotel includes 215 rooms and eight suites. Guests can enjoy delicious on-site dining, including the renowned breakfast buffet. Stay in top form at the modern fitness centre. Stylish event facilities round out this hotel's offerings.


    Contact Information:

    +47 5176 6000

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