Our hotels in Stavanger
Stavanger is a beautiful Norwegian coastal city steeped in history, draped in beautiful surroundings and housing some of the most outgoing and friendly people in the country. It is unique due to its varied and impressive natural attractions. These include the famous Lysefjorden, Solastranda and the rock formations Preikestolen and Kjerag. The city also offers good shopping and fine dining. With our choice of hotels in Stavanger, you are sure to find one to suit your stay perfectly!
accommodation in Stavanger
With our selection of hotels in Stavanger, you’re sure to find a hotel that’s perfect for your stay, whether you’re going on a business trip, a conference or visiting Stavanger as a tourist. We have 3 hotels in Stavanger city centre: Scandic Royal Stavanger, with a lovely wellness center including a swimming pool, Scandic Stavanger Park, a cosy hotel near all the city’s shopping, restaurants and nightlife, and Scandic Stavanger City, an urban hotel within walking distance of the exciting eastern part of Stavanger. At Scandic Stavanger City you’ll find our popular restaurant Varmen Bar & Restaurant, which is a natural meeting point for both hotel guests and Stavanger locals. Right next to Stavanger airport (Sola), Sola beach and Sola golf club is Scandic Stavanger Airport. Our hotel is known for its delicious breakfast and great location, and is perfect if you’re travelling by plane or arranging a meeting or conference. In the middle of the business district of Forus is our modern conference hotel Scandic Stavanger Forus, with meeting facilities for up to 600 people.
The Stavanger region
The Stavanger region & Ryfylke offer magnificent nature with high mountains and deep fjords, reefs and small towns, sheer viewing points and green valleys. In addition, you’ll find long, white, sandy beaches in the Stavanger region. The Jaeren beaches stretch 70 km from southern Jaeren almost as far as the northernmost point of Jaeren – an excellent starting point for those who like to surf. Throughout the region you're never more than a short distance to the mountains and fjords.
Stavanger and its surroundings have many famous nature attractions including Lysefjorden, Sola beach and the well-known Preikestolen and Kjerag rock formations. Stavanger also offers other cultural attractions and experiences such as the Norwegian Petroleum museum, Stavanger cathedral from the 12th century, Stavanger museum – a collection of several museums, and the Archaeological museum.
If you like to play golf, you’ll be happy to know that the Stavanger region has no less than six 9-hole golf courses and four 18-hole golf courses, seven of which are within a 30 minute drive from Forus. The courses are of professional standard, and are normally open for play all year around – the course awaits you!
The culinary highlights and quality of ingredients and restaurants in this part of Norway are top rated among national food critics as well as the Michelin guide, where Stavanger became the first Norwegian city apart from the capital to receive the sought-after Michelin star in 2016.