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Victoria Hotel 4.0

Stavanger, Norway

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  • Convenient location on the harbor, within walking distance of Old Town
  • Historic property founded in 1900
  • Charming decor details such as wood paneling and chandeliers
  • Rooms have free bottled water, minibars, and flat-screen TVs
  • Big Horn Steakhouse on-site
  • Holmen Bar has salsa dancing on Thursdays and an extensive whiskey selection
  • Numerous meeting rooms


  • No fitness center (though guests in suites get free day passes to gym)
  • Bathrooms need updating
  • Only suites have toiletries and tea/coffee makers
  • Some noise complaints

Bottom Line

This historic, 107-room property is a haven for business travelers, with multiple meeting rooms and frequent conferences hosted on-site. The location on the harbor and within walking distance of Old Town will appeal to leisure travelers as well, though the hotel can feel a bit overrun by business guests during big events. Lovely historic details include wood paneling and chandeliers, but the overall feel is slightly corporate and some areas could use renovation. Standard Rooms have traditional decor but are a bit bland, and lack the level of charm found in other parts of the hotel. Room decor gets more impressive as you go up in price category, as do the amenities: Only suites come with L'Occitane toiletries and tea/coffee makers, and only Deluxe Rooms and above get robes and slippers. All rooms come with free bottled water, minibars, flat-screen TVs.

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Located on the harbor, within walking distance of Old Town

Stavanger is a small city with charm to spare. Old Town is one of the most appealing historic areas in all of Norway, with cobbled streets, quaint white wooden houses, and flowering gardens. The city also has the advantage of being close to both beaches and skiing: In fact, it's possible to drive to the slopes in the morning and hit up the beaches in the afternoon. Boat trips to the Lysefjord depart right from the harbor; though the Lysefjord is not as famous as the Sognefjord, it's still very beautiful and access is more convenient. For cultural attractions, Stavanger offers several interesting museums, including the Canning Museum and the Petroleum Museum. (Stavanger is a hub for businesspeople in the oil industry.)

  • 3-minute walk to departure point on the harbor for Lysefjord cruises
  • 4-minute walk to the Norwegian Petroleum Museum
  • 7-minute walk to Old Town (Gamle Stavanger)
  • 10-minute walk to the Norwegian Canning Museum
  • 10-minute drive to Godalen Beach
  • 20-minute drive to Sola Beach
  • 1-hour drive to Brusand Beach (considered Norway's best beach)
  • 1-hour-30-minute drive to skiing at Sirdal

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Skansegaten 1, Stavanger, Norway 4006


(475) 186-7010

Room Types

  • Deluxe Room
  • Standard Room
  • Suite
  • Superior Room

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