The price is SG$128 per night from 21 Sep to 21 SepSG$128
Excludes taxes & fees
21 Sep - 22 Sep
3.8/5Good! (65 reviews)
"Right next to the airport (walking distance). Happy to provide early breakfast. Good mini-bar in the public area. Staff very friendly (we had little bit problem assessing to our door code and we called the office, Petra was cheerful and ready to assist)."
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If you’ve booked a Faroe Islands holiday package, you can change or cancel it, but you may incur a charge depending on the situation. You may be able to cancel and rebook for free if you’ve locked in your package in the last 24 hours. If it’s been more than that, you may incur a fee from your airline, hotel or car rental company. If your situation suddenly changes, make our Customer Service Portal your first stop for more information.
August, July, June is considered to be the busy season in Faroe Islands, while January , November, December is typically quieter. If you’re after a terrific deal on your Faroe Islands getaway, consider the month of February. It’s also worth bearing in mind that June is usually the most expensive time to visit.
It can be difficult to know exactly when is the perfect time to book your trip to Faroe Islands. But generally the earlier you book, the cheaper the prices. Sometimes, you can lock in your flights and hotels up to 12 months prior to departure. If you’re eager to escape on a last-minute getaway, no need to worry! There are incredible deals featured on Expedia every day.
Booking all the parts of your escape together is a great way to save. Bundle your airfares, rental cars and hotels into a tidy little package. But hotels aren’t your only option. Expedia features all types of properties, including holiday rentals such as beachside villas and spacious residences. You’ve got choices galore!