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Throughout the hotel are the contrasts, which are expressed in the meeting between the modern decor and the well-preserved historical elements.

The hotel has been renovated with respect for the building's history and is dressed in a luxurious setting focusing on classic design, architecture and art. The hotel has undergone an extensive renovation where more than 140 million NOK was invested to give the hotel an elegant and modern look. The hotel has modern conference facilities, and 107 rooms and is also a popular destination for Afternoon Tea.

Food and drink at the Hotel Victoria

Architecture: Architect Henry Bucher

Hotel Victoria was completed in 1900 and is one of the most beautiful buildings in Stavanger. The hotel has a unique location by the harbour in Stavanger, especially visible to guests arriving by boat. The building has been a landmark for more than a century.

Neo-Renaissance in red and yellow

Henry Bucher designed a refined and elaborate Neo-Renaissance building, which suited the ambitions of a luxury hotel at the turn of the century. The building has an artful facade with patterns of red and yellow bricks with white details and several classical elements such as the main entrance with slender columns. The building faces a pretty square with several other historic commercial buildings. This used to be a busy place for travellers with commercial activities, and fittingly, the adjoining buildings were the local bank and customs house. The hotel has also been the headquarters for a local export business, the offices of a travel agency and even the first cinema in Stavanger.

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  • Skansegata 1
  • 4006 Stavanger
51 86 70 00


Conference facilitites:
Fitness room:
24 h reception:
Luggage room:
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Green certifications

Hotel Victoria in Stavanger has received certification for its environmental efforts from:
  • MiljøfyrtårnMiljøfyrtårn
Environmental certification of private and public enterprises, also tourism.

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