Quality Hotel Residence

Address: Julie Eges gate 5, Sandnes, Rogaland, Western Fjords, 4306, Norway | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Julie Eges gate 5, Sandnes, is near Norwegian Children's Museum (Norsk Barnemuseum).
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Hotel Residence Sandnes

        Reviewed by tonezf

        Great base for hiking if you have your own car

        Reviewed May 22, 2016
        by (14 reviews) Hastings , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

        We booked this hotel by accident thinking we were booking a place in Stavanger. Luckily it was quite close to the airport by taxi and convenient for all we wanted to achieve. It was much cheaper in Sandnes than in Stavanger and we were still able to do a trip to Pulpit Rock and Kjerag I would say it is only really convenient as a tourist if you have your own car though as otherwise you have to take a train in to Stavanger to join any tours. The buffet breakfast had an amazing array of food and was very delicious. The staff were also very helpful about things to do in the area.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Hotel Residence Sandnes

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Sandnes

        No fish here at least

        A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 12, 2015

        1 comment, 9 photos

        ... rods up and down as they tried to catch cod or mackerel or whatever they were fishing for (probably not mackerel as the sea is still too cold, 10.5C). The wind was quite gentle, about a F3 but nevertheless, we thought that the fishermen must get cold in their open boats fully exposed as they were.

        After about 20 miles, the coast falls away in a NW direction in the vicinity of another famous place for big seas, Lista but of course that’s only in stronger winds. As ...

        Close Call

        A travel blog entry by nellieva on Aug 28, 2014

        22 photos

        ... it. We'd booked a private tour to the Lyseford, which features Pulpit Rock -- a large, naturally flat outcrop of rock located 2,000 feet above the deep fjord. We were only in port from 9:00am to 4:00pm, and our tour left at 10:00am. We "backed in" to our berth, and we saw that our tour boat was moored literally next to us, so finding the assembly point would not be a problem.

        We disembarked on got in line to check in, but it turned out ...


        A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Jul 22, 2014

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... all my wooden chocks and blocks, wasn't having much success, despite Treas coming to give me a hand by offering " you know you'll get a flat tyre from those splinters" and " I could see that wasn't going to work," and a few other helpful bits of advice..... Bloody hell! Finally, the bloke on the corner came down and offered me a set of steel workshop-type car ramps, I think because he was sick of the cursing coming from my direction..... These certainly ...

        Pilgrimage to Pulpit Rock

        A travel blog entry by carallan on Jun 09, 2014

        74 photos

        ... driving, and thought we might have a very wet night, but just to show how changeable the weather is, we now have completely clear sky, with sun still shining at 9pm. Camped at a camp site near Pulpit Rock, which we're planning on climbing tomorrow, however, we discovered that we'd left our fuel stove behind at Bergen, so as there isn't a camp kitchen here, we had to improvise with some rocks. Luckily we still had the fuel tablets, otherwise it ...

        Week 11 has hit the scene.

        A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Apr 24, 2014

        12 photos

        ... my lungs it was quickly slammed out again. Speed bumps, pedestrians red lights, gardens, sidewalks, roundabouts and children, nothing was going to come between this man and his mission of getting us there in the most illegal and dangerous way. We finally came to a complete stop I had to sit there for a while, while my organs battered and bruised found their way back into their semi normal positions. Staggered into the hostel, got our room and found that we had a really cool window ...