What travellers think
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The showers had good flow and goo temperature control. Room 19, that I stayed in, had comfy beds and enough space/power points. Breakfast was good (cereal and toast). The kitchen wasn't comprehensive but there was still enough there to cook common things. There is a bus that picks you up for Priekestolen close by.
Wed 03 Sep 2014
Tak! More showers would be a plus.
Mon 01 Sep 2014
It is a great hostel located in a very natural place, it's is not so far from the city and there is a bus stop in the street in front of it for the bus that goes to the Pulpit Rock!!!
Sat 30 Aug 2014
The staff are very accommodating and warm. They helped me a lot and made my stay in Norway comfortable. The facilities are pretty good for a hostel. The location is reachable from a nearby bus stop.
Sat 30 Aug 2014
Great place to stay in Stavanger during summer, excelent for trip to Preikestolen and Kjerag.
Mon 25 Aug 2014
I would like to have ability to charge my phone on upper bad and a place to put my shoes in closed box because of the smells
Sun 24 Aug 2014
Had a great time there, the staff is very friendly and helpful and there is a nice common area to meet people. The romoms and guest kitchen are clean and not too small, the bedsare comfy. The location is great if you love nature, right next to a beautiful lake.
Tue 19 Aug 2014
We stayed in the Solborg building. This is a 7min easy walk from the main hostel building (where you have breakfast). The room was two single beds, set up for students room sharing. Pretty comfy rooms, and quite large, with a good shower. Breakfast cost us 50NOK each, which is actually reasonable compared to in town, and was very nice by hostal standards, cheese, cold meats, breads. From Solborg building to Stavanger sentrum is a 35-40 main walk. Get public bus from airport, not flybus.
Wed 06 Aug 2014