The elegantly spacious deluxe rooms are located on the 2nd–7th floors of the hotel and overlook the street. There is also a comfortable armchair in the room, which can be converted into an extra bed for one child up to 11 years old. Accommodation includes free use of morning sauna, jacuzzi and gym.
- The room price includes a rich breakfast in the hotel’s restaurant and use of the gym.
- You will find slippers, a bathrobe, and extra pillows in the room.
- The folding armchair can accommodate a child up to 11 years old.
- Rooms with two twin beds are suitable for guests suffering from allergies.
- It is possible to add one baby cot (for ages 0–2 years) to the room.
In the room
The hotel has a wide range of services to make your stay even more enjoyable.
The lobby bar is located on the 1st floor of the hotel and welcomes visitors every day from 12 to 1.
The gym is located on the 0th floor of the hotel and is open 24 hours a day. For guests staying at the hotel, the use of the gym is included in the room price.
The private sauna is located on the 0th floor of the hotel and must be booked in advance.
Information about the hotel
Our cosy hotel is located in the heart of Riga, where the old town, alluring restaurants and cafes, and colourful city bustle are only a short walk away. In the hotel, you can rest comfortably after exploring the entertainment, culture, and sights of the exhilarating Latvian capital.find out more
What to do in Riga?
It is worth discovering the capital of our southern neighbors again and again because Riga offers new experiences and exciting activities for guests of all ages.
Old town of Riga
The Old Town of Riga is the historical and geographical center of Riga on the right bank of the Daugava. You can enjoy the ancient aura of the old town by walking along the narrow streets – here, you will find unique residential complexes and sacred buildings at every step.
The Riga Zoo (Rigas Zoologiskais dārzs) is located in a compact 20-hectare area at the edge of a vast city park – Mežaparks (Forest Park). Founded in 1912, the oldest zoo in the Baltic States is home to more than 400 species and 3,000 animals from different parts of the world.
The Latvian National Art Museum
The Latvian National Art Museum (Latvijas Nacionalais makslas muzejs) is the largest in Latvia and houses more than 52,000 works of art from Baltic and Russian painters and sculptors. In the museum, you can see various exhibitions that change regularly and partake in tours and educational programs. Two roof terraces where you can enjoy the view with a museum ticket add spice to the experience.
The Laima Chocolate Museum
In the Laima Chocolate Museum you can enjoy chocolate with all your senses – seeing, tasting, smelling, hearing, and touching! In the museum, you can taste a hot chocolate drink, see what chocolate is made of and what different types of chocolate there are, and touch the wall of cocoa beans to feel how the bean grows. In the creative chocolate workshop, you can make and taste special chocolates yourself and take them away with you packed in a beautiful box.
Ethnographic Open-Air Museum
The Latvian Ethnographic Open-Air Museum (Latvijas Etnografiskais Brivdabas Muzejs), spread over 100 hectares on the edge of the city of Riga, offers a lot of exciting discoveries for visitors of all ages. It is one of the oldest and largest open-air museums in Europe. Here it is nice to walk, in winter also to ski, and to peek into the life of Latvian farmers and fishermen of old times, to discover saunas of the ancient Latvians, to participate in holiday celebrations and do crafts.
The Latvian National Museum of Nature
The Latvian National Museum of Nature (Latvias Dabas Muzejs) is the oldest complex museum of natural sciences in the Baltics and the largest complex repository of natural resources in Latvia. The museum is a great treat for all nature lovers! In the museum, you will find modern and interactive expositions, versatile exhibitions, guided tours, and extensive collections of natural resources.
At Riga Fashion Museum, visitors can see unique costumes, clothing items, and accessories from the collection of the well-known fashion collector Aleksander Vassiljev. The museum is located near the House of the Black Heads, on the street full of history, which you can learn of also in the museum's three halls, the oldest of which dates back to the 14th century.