Superbe small hotel in the centre of old Riga at a reasonable price (e.g. as compared to hotels in Tallinn). Very friendly staff. Rooms as well as the bath rooms are relatively spacious. The rooms are nicely decorated, very clean and have charming wooden floors. No elevators and no air condition. No car park. Breakfast is a bit meager and more for anglo-saxon taste with eggs, only white sliced bread, very limited selection of cheese and meat and no fresh fruit. Nice quiet court where breakfast was served. We really enjoyed the hotel and will come back hoping that the breakfast will improve.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Vecriga in Latvian means "Old Riga." The romance of the medieval ages together with 21st century comfort, warm welcome and personal attention to every guest have made the hotel popular among tourists and business travellers. Hotel boasts an extensive collection of contemporary artwork, which is considered to be one of the finest in Riga. Hotel celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2009. Quite a few famous people stayed in our hotel during these years: Dalai Lama, John Malcovich, Harry Harrison, Vladimir Molchanov, Tamara Gvardciteli and others. Hotel’s guestbook has numerous autographs and comments from well-known artists, politicians, writers, scientists and musician. ... more less
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