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Reenskaug Hotel
Reenskaug Hotel
8.4 Excellent
Storgata 32, Drøbak, Akershus, Norway
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0.4 km from city centre, Drøbak 
ExcellentBased on 534 reviews
8.4

This modern 3-star hotel is just five minutes from Drobak Aquarium. It provides a gym, as well as a safe, meeting rooms and luggage storage.

Vestby Hotell & Gjestegaard As
Vestby Hotell & Gjestegaard As
6.9 Good
Hytteveien 11, Vestby, Akershus, Norway
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7.0 km from city centre, Drøbak 
GoodBased on 768 reviews
6.9

This comfortable property in Vestby offers complimentary wireless internet, as well as a laundry service and laundry facilities. It also provides a garden.

Tips for booking a Drøbak hotel

Cheapest month:October
Most expensive month:September
Average price in Drøbak:C$ 177/night
Absolute cheapest price found:C$ 103/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Thursday
C$ 170 - C$ 185
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
C$ 103 - C$ 270
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Vestby Hotell & Gjestegaard As
Vestby Hotell & Gjestegaard As
6.9 Good
Hytteveien 11, Vestby, Akershus, Norway
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2.6 km from city centre,  

This comfortable property in Vestby offers complimentary wireless internet, as well as a laundry service and laundry facilities. It also provides a garden.

C$ 106
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Reenskaug Hotel
Reenskaug Hotel
8.4 Excellent
Storgata 32, Drøbak, Akershus, Norway
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0.4 km from city centre,  

This modern 3-star hotel is just five minutes from Drobak Aquarium. It provides a gym, as well as a safe, meeting rooms and luggage storage.

C$ 231
Avg. per night

Where to stay in Drøbak

About Drøbak

Located at the narrowest point of the Oslofjord, Drøbak is a traditional Norwegian town that’s clustered with old wooden houses now occupied by art galleries and restaurants. It was originally established in the mid-18th century as a winter harbour for Oslo when the upper reaches of the fjord were frozen.

Things to do

Spend an afternoon strolling the historic streets of Drøbak and admire the 18th-century wooden church that was gifted to the town by the timber merchant Niels Carlsen. Take note of the bronze mermaid statues by Reidar Finsrud beside the marina and pay your respects at the War Memorial, which forms part of leafy Badeparken Drøbak. During World War II, the Drøbak Narrows served as the setting for the sinking of the German cruiser “Blücher”. This event allowed the Norwegian Royal Family to be safely evacuated from Oslo.

You can get up close to native marine life at Drøbak Akvarium, which is home to various species that inhabit the waters of the Oslofjord. Come face-to-face with Hugo the catfish and see Norway’s only species of octopus, as well as spotted red sharks, beach crabs and large sea eels.

A short drive from the centre of Drøbak is the Follo Museum, an open-air museum that features historic farmsteads, houses and a school that have been relocated from across the region. See traditional crafts and trades being demonstrated and admire the vintage boats that once plied the Oslofjord before exploring the battery remains of the nearby Seiersten Skanse.

Getting around

Drøbak is around 35 minutes’ drive from the centre of Oslo and one hour from Oslo Airport. Regular buses connect from Drøbak to the Norwegian capital while the town centre is compact enough to explore on foot.

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  • What are the best hotels in Drøbak?

    534 reviews rated Reenskaug Hotel with an average score of 8.4/10. It may also be worth looking into the Oscarsborg Castle Hotel & Resort, which received a rating of 7.8/10 from 466 reviews.