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#10 Best Value of 20 places to stay in Narva
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#12 Best Value of 20 places to stay in Narva
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#14 Best Value of 20 places to stay in Narva
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#15 Best Value of 20 places to stay in Narva
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#16 Best Value of 20 places to stay in Narva
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#17 Best Value of 20 places to stay in Narva
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#18 Best Value of 20 places to stay in Narva
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#19 Best Value of 20 places to stay in Narva
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#20 Best Value of 20 places to stay in Narva
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#2 Best Value of 2 places to stay in Ivangorod
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#3 Best Value of 3 places to stay in Ivangorod
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Narva Hotels Information

Hotels in Narva

18

Hotels Prices From

€24

Hotels Reviews

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637

Travel high season

Sep - Nov

Travel low season

Dec - Feb

High season avg price

€52

Low season avg price

€43
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Price trends, weather and things to do can help you make a decision.
Season
Avg. price/night
Avg. temperature
Avg. precipitation
Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
€45
LOWEST
€30€76
Avg. temperature
-3ºC
COLDEST
-20ºC29ºC
Avg. precipitation
40mm
32 mm84 mm
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
€48
€30€76
Avg. temperature
4ºC
-20ºC29ºC
Avg. precipitation
36mm
DRIEST
32 mm84 mm
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
€54
€30€76
Avg. temperature
16ºC
WARMEST
-20ºC29ºC
Avg. precipitation
76mm
WETTEST
32 mm84 mm
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
€56
HIGHEST
€30€76
Avg. temperature
6ºC
-20ºC29ºC
Avg. precipitation
64mm
32 mm84 mm
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Hotels near the sights

  • Narva Castle
    The Narva Castle is one of the main attractions of the city. In the seventh decade of the 13th century, the Danes established a castle as a residence for the Danish King’s vice-Regent. The Narva Castle is one of the most diverse and best preserved defense structure in Estonia. The area of the castle is 3.2 hectares, and the highest point is the Tall Hermann Tower (51 meters), which offers views over Narva, the Kreenholm factory and Ivangorod Fortress across the river in Russia. Today you can visit the museum in the castle, were the displays explain the history of Narva and the castle.
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  • Narva Joesuu
    Northern suburb of Narva, located on the coast of Finnish Gulf with a pleasant sandy beach.
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  • Fama Centre
    Fama is the name of one of Narva’s bastions.Built in 1690, it comprised a yard and surrounding rooms in which there were workshops, smiths’ stores, stables, barns and prison facilities. It was demolished to make way for the trade route to Europe. It is the only bastion in the city that no longer exists. However, in its place has sprung up a brand new shopping complex. ‘The rebirth of history on the trade route’ was the idea behind the project.
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  • Narva Bastions
    The designer of the 17th century defence fortifications is architect Erik Dahlberg. A total of seven bastions were built: Honor, Gloria, Victoria, Fama, Triumph, Fortuna, and Spes. There were interior rooms (cells) in some of the bastions. In the 1930s, tours were organized there. During the Second World War, the local residents used the cells as bomb shelters. Work has been started to dry our and light the bastions.
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  • The Lords Resurrection Cathedral
    It was built in 1890-1896 for the orthodox workers of Kreenholm Manufactory. The architect was Pavel Alis. Architectural solution comes from Byzantine tradition. Belltower is 28,8 m high. Church's walls and dome are made of local bricks. Rides, stairways and ornaments are made of Finnish granite. There is room for 2000 people. You can see three part iconostasis and 17th century’s Christ’s crucifix. Good to know: on year 1944 during the second world war, the bombing of the city left only the church untouched.
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  • Astri Centre
    The Astri centre is the largest shopping and entertainment complex in Narva. It boasts more than 50 different stores and is home to the 3 screens of Forum Cinemas Astri. It also has a fast food restaurant and two bars. There is an exciting playroom for children where parents can leave their little ones in the care of professional child minders. The underground car park is one of the biggest in the city. The Astri centre was designed not only as a place to shop with an extensive choice of stores, but also as a great place for people to meet and spend time together. Fashion brands like H&M, Newyorker, Reserver, Lindex etc
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  • Dark Park
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  • Swedish Lion
    This monument commemorates the success of Karl XII at Narva in 1700 when the Russian forces that had been besieging Narva in the course of the Great Northern War were destroyed. This memorial was a gift from the Kingdom of Sweden to the City of Narva and the statue was a copy of the one that stood in front of the Royal Palace in Stockholm. The memorial was destroyed during the Second World War. The Swedish Lion was re-inaugurated on the occasion of the 300th anniversary of the battle in 2000. From the memorial you will see a perfect “5-kroon” view of the two fortresses, which is depicted on the back of the 5-kroon note. The letters MDCC stand for 1700. And “Svesia memor” means “Sweden remembers”.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Narva hotels

Meresuu Spa and Hotel, Noorus Spa Hotel, and Noorus Spa Inn are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Narva Castle. See the full list: Hotels near Narva Castle.

Popular hotels close to Restaurant Rondeel include Meresuu Spa and Hotel, Noorus Spa Hotel, and Noorus Spa Inn. See the full list: Hotels near Restaurant Rondeel.

Popular hotels close to Ulemiste Airport include ibis Tallinn Center, Palace Hotel Tallinn, A Member of Radisson Individuals, and Centennial Hotel Tallinn. See the full list: Hotels near Ulemiste Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Narva River Promenade are Meresuu Spa and Hotel, Noorus Spa Hotel, and Noorus Spa Inn. See the full list: Hotels near Narva River Promenade.