Explore gorgeous Stavanger from our conveniently located hotels
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. The Stavanger area is teeming with exciting attractions. Preikestolen, Lysefjorden, Kjerag, and the long, open Jæer beaches are warmly recommended. These iconic places will give you a first-class experience of nature. Cultural attractions such as the Oil Museum and wooden houses in Old Stavanger are also worth a visit. Come and explore the city's charming cobbled pedestrian malls filled with a broad selection of shops, from bookshops, food, and gift shops to designer clothes and shoe stores. Restaurants, bars, and cafés are also plentiful. Stavanger has it all!
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Making moments, defining decades, shaping history – Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger is, in every sense, a landmark in the story of this city.
Just 15 minutes from the airport, the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel stands in Stavanger city center, within walking distance of top cultural attractions including the Old Town.