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Opened in 2008, the Myhregaarden is Stavanger's most stylish hotel and has a far more personal touch than most chain hotels...
Det Hanseatiske Hotel
Now here's something special. The only hotel to be housed inside the old timber buildings that evoke Bryggen's bygone age, Det Hanseatiske Hotel is a step back into a luxurious Bergen past...
Formerly known as Rosendal Gjestegiveri, this lovely designer guesthouse opposite the quay dates from 1887, but a recent overhaul has given it a fresh, contemporary look...
Arguably Norway's most spectacularly sited hotel, this stunning place has large rooms, around half of which have glorious views. Not surprisingly, the hotel (room 324 in particular) once featured in Conde Nast's 'best rooms with a view'...
Thon Hotel Maritim
Part of the consistently comfortable Thon chain of hotels, this modern hotel just back from the lakeshore keeps up the standard with spacious, well-appointed rooms. It's really only worth it in July or on weekends...
Two things make this place stand out. First, as Bergen's oldest family-run hotel, it's renowned for the friendliness of its welcome...
First Hotel Marin
A block back from the waterfront and with elegant hardwood floors, First Hotel Marin has a maritime theme and a great location. Some rooms have harbour views and there's a touch of class here that's sometimes lacking in chain hotels...
Rica Maritim Hotel
From the aquarium in the lobby to the luxuriously appointed rooms (one suite goes for Nkr10,000!), this recently renovated hotel is high class, and its waterfront location (a two-minute walk from the main action) is the best in Haugesund.
Clarion Hotel Admiral
With sweeping views across the water to Bryggen from the balconies of its harbour-facing rooms, this well-appointed hotel promises the best view to wake up to in Bergen, if you can get a waterside room.
Part of the Rica Hotels network, the Victoria has a somewhat baronial air with traditionally styled rooms. Room prices can triple on weekdays outside summer, but the central waterfront location is good.
For price- quality ratio, the Scandic Haugesund, a few blocks up from the waterfront, is the best in town...
This centrally located place, opposite the old customs house, has a more personal feel to it than Stavanger's larger hotels...
Ulvik Fjord Hotel
An excellent choice, by the fjord at the entrance to town, this well-run guesthouse offers very comfortable rooms, some of which have balconies overlooking a bubbling stream...
If you'd like to fall asleep to the roar of cascading water, the Fossli Hotel is set just back from the precipice...
This enormous, luxurious place dates back to 1846 and has terrific views, supremely comfortable rooms and a good restaurant (lunch/dinner Nkr245/495)...
The best place to stay in town, this large modern hotel on the fjord has views across the water to mountains crowned by the Folgefonna ice-cap. Rooms have been attractively renovated (although the bathrooms let the side down a little)...
The most convenient camping is on the shores of the lake Sandvinvatnet, a 20-minute uphill walk south of the town centre.
Kristin and Tor will make you feel right at home in this renovated 16th-century farmhouse. The rooms are simple, but there's a warm feeling about this place...
This simple, friendly place is right by the water's edge and has a water slide for kids and the young at heart.
Stalheim Fjord Og Fjellhytter
In the village just beyond the hotel.
Midway between the harbour and the train station, this fine hostel has simple but extremely well-kept rooms. The white walls and wooden floors give an attractive sense of light and space and the communal areas are clean and pleasant...
Park Inn By Radisson Stavanger
Situated 800 metres from Stavanger Central Station, is Park Inn by Radisson Stavanger. Guests can enjoy sauna access and rooms with satellite TV and free Wi-Fi access...