Stavanger

18 Jun 2019 - 19 Jun 2019

2 guests - 1 room

OK, so you know you want to go to Stavanger, but where should you stay? It's actually not an easy question — with so many different options, where do you even start? Well, we think the most reliable people to tell you what it's like to stay somewhere is other travellers.


We've found that the best peer-reviewed affordable hotels in Stavanger include some of its best-known properties, including Hotel Alstor, Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Stavanger and Frogner House Apartments- Lagårdsveien 61.


Better still, you can search and compare user-reviewed hotels in Stavanger here with Skyscanner. It's way faster than doing a ton of your own research, and totally free. Plus, once you find the hotel you like, we'll even help you book it — again, with absolutely no added fees.


And if you're looking for something to do nearby, we can also tell you which hotels are nearest to major Stavanger sights like Vågen, Viking Stadion or Norwegian Petroleum Museum.


To get started, just enter your travel dates in the search box above, and we'll come up with a list of hotel deals for you. Or, if you prefer, you can just check out the top deals for Stavanger that we've listed above. Happy travels

Top rated hotels in Stavanger

from £120
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What are travellers saying about Stavanger?

9.8
Adventure Travellers
8.7
Family Travellers
8.0
Outdoor Enthusiasts
7.6
Hipsters
7.6
Nightlife Lovers
Member reviews (24)
Daniel Ugas
Daniel Ugas
13/02/2017

A colorful town from western Norway. Expensive, yet charming and welcoming. This is the ideal hub to get to famous Norwegian landmarks Preikestolen and Kjeragbolten.

Leigh Virkus
Leigh VirkusPittsford
20/08/2014

Nice small city with a deep water port, no tendering necessary. The petroleum industry has made this town what it is. Has some areas with old wooden buildings, now housing. Nice shopping area (except on Sundays), free WiFi at the tourist office.

Brittany Kamerschen
Brittany Kamerschen
13/02/2017

If you enjoy eating fresh caught salmon, picking wild berries, and hiking to hidden waterfalls then Stavanger, Norway should be your next destination. In town you can follow the cobblestone paths to warm wooden taverns that serve local and European spirits. Most places have a crackling fireplace. If you visit Stavanger during the summer months of July and August, you can sit at the dock and experience the Nordic breeze. It is never too hot, but if you need to quench your thirst, try a glass of their famous "Eventyrin" translated to Fairytale wine. You will feel the "happily ever after" in this Nordic land, and you will have your own fairytale to share after visiting Stavanger.

siri ravndal
siri ravndal
20/05/2014

Were in Stavanger a few days ago! ☀️

FAQs

The least expensive month is July, with an average of £92 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Stavanger is May, with an average price of £112 per night.
The average price of a hotel in June last year was £95 per night. This is 4% less than the average nightly price of £100 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Stavanger, the expected average temperature in June is 12.5°C/54.5°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 18.1°C/64.6°F. The coolest month is February, with temperatures averaging 0.4°C/32.7°F.
The nearest airport to Stavanger is Stavanger (SVG) (7.16 miles). Other nearby airports include: Haugesund (34.12 miles)

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