Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu Royal Hotel Stavanger
It is a good hotel for business people but also for the common tourist. The breakfast is very good and the staff is very nice. The location is perfect right near Skagen, the old shopping center.
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... so no-one saw my warning. My apologies.
In the meantime, bless them, Helen & Dave had a good day and were quite happy and relaxed, especially as Sting's tiny boat (joke) was in the harbour and they'd had the privilege (?) of hearing him practise for his forthcoming concert. It’s only the captain that is worrying about getting his guests to Bergen in ...
... the entry fee for the sardine canning factory, well we couldn’t not go and we’re glad we did, it was fascinating, particularly old footage taken at the turn of the 20th century, showing the whole process from catching to shipping. Really good and Julie will enjoy in due course, a tin of 'sardines’ bought from the museum.
On the way back to the boat, we were surprised to find a relic from Anthony Gormley’s exhibition here from ...
... wasn't too hard to get back on the correct route.
The apartment key wasn't in the mailbox, but as we were scrambling to figure out how to call Vincent, one of his friends came by and gave him a call to get in. We thanked him profusely for letting us use his car and told him how lucky we had been with the weather, but we felt a bit in the way with his friend over, so we quickly took Sarah up on her offer to cook us ...
... this into perspective, Sydney's cross city tunnel is 2.1km
Saturday was spent out at Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen), it was about 1.5 hours drive from Stavanger to the car park and then a further 2 hour hike up to the top. At 604 metres above sea level, it was quite spectacular. While we were there some people base jumped off the mountain, there was someone with a camera on a drone filming, so I expect there will be something on YouTube.
... br> Later we sailed ,to have time scenic cruising the Lysefjord,to the back of the Savanger harbour,a gorgeous journey, within meters of the tiny Islands, at times, mussel farms and the ever present little farms, but tonight we saw many sheep farms, larger paddocks, and the lambs in abundance at this time of year.
Under huge bridges, past many more summer houses, to the famous Pulpit Rock, perched 3000ft high above ...