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Located in the center of Narva, a short walk away from Narva Castle and the 17th-century bastions, Inger Hotel offers Wi-Fi and private parking free of charge. We got a huge double room with en suite sauna for a very reasonable price. The house and the room were in good order, nice and clean. Bed very comfortable. Breakfast was simple, but good. Location within easy walking distance from town hall and the castle. Staff did everything to make our stay pleasant, from warm welcome and recommendation where to park our bikes so that the reception staff could keep an eye on them to allowing us to check out 3h late. Great service!
This modern hotel is located in the center of Narva, in the immediate vicinity of the train and bus station on one side and Narva Castle and the river on the other side. Very comfortable rooms, perfect food in hotel restaurant, friendly and helpfull staff.
Kangelaste 2 Apartments offers private rooms in central Narva. Among the facilities at this property are an ATM and a tour desk, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Everything was wonderful. Just by an amazing supermarket. Extremely clean and we didn't need to meet anyone.
Piramida Apartments offers accommodations in Narva, 15 minute walk away from the city center, with various shops. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property. Great value for the money! We rented two apartments for 8 people and stayed there for one night. The property has everything you might need and the owner provided all the necessary information. Easy and free parking reserved. Very clean and tidy.
Old Town Apartment is located in Narva. The property was built in 1960, and features accommodations with free WiFi. Super professional host. Perfectionist on he maintains the apartments, and empathic hearing your needs. Come and stay , you won't regret it.
On average, 3-star hotels in Narva cost $44 per night, and 4-star hotels in Narva are $0 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Narva can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
I decided to extend my stay in the Estonian border town of Narva. It's a fascinating place for any history lover - the city is multilayered with history! It's also an excellent place for city hikers, the landscape around the riverside and castle is just wonderful. Narva is a place for adventurous travelers. There's so much to Narva!
1 day is enough but don't arrive too late. I arrived at 14:00 by train, checked in, saw the castle and walked around the defense wall. Unlucky the Kazemat was closed on Mon/Tue and if it hadn't if I remember well it's closing at 16:00 so then I was still a bit too late. Keep this in mind when planning your trip.
Narva is a very different town, not comparable to any other ones in Estonia. There are many remarkable historical, architectural and natural places and if to have a valid Russia´s visa, there is a very good idea to visit also Ivangorod on other riverside.
Narva is an interesting city - last checkpoint before Russia when you're travveling form West, first Europe encounter when You're traveling from Russia. It is Estonian, but majority of inhabitants are russian so russian language is more common than english. Once it was a stronghold, now there are only few city walls and a castle left from its former beauty - old town is filled with soviet era "chrushovki". Old Town Hall and beautiful Tartu University building on the old town square, between soviet housing looks strange - but this is unique experience for Narva. Also walking on river embankment and watching Russia on the other side is worth recommendation.
Narva has its own share of pre-soviet architecture which is beautiful though small compared to one of Tallinn. Nightlife is quite limited to a few bars and clubs. But if you like laid back holidays on the seaside, 20-minutes drive to the north can get you to the long beautiful beach with sand dunes, pine tree forest, kitesurfers, walking trail along the seaside, spa hotels and many wonderful houses (many are available for rent).
Nice view along the river. Beautiful old Town Hall, and the new university building next to it was very nice. The town itself felt a bit depressing, the population numbers of Narva is declining, and you could feel their un-optimistic view on things.
We got a huge double room with en suite sauna for a very reasonable price. The house and the room were in good order, nice and clean. Bed very comfortable. Breakfast was simple, but good. Location within easy walking distance from town hall and the castle. Staff did everything to make our stay pleasant, from warm welcome and recommendation where to park our bikes so that the reception staff could keep an eye on them to allowing us to check out 3h late. Great service!
very good location, Very friendly and respectable stuff. Very good ratio price and comfort. Apartments are clean,silend and fresh. Perfect place to stay.
Very comfortable rooms, perfect food in hotel restaurant, friendly and helpfull staff.