Looking for a place to stay in Daugavpils? Then look no further than Leo Hotel, a family-friendly small hotel that brings the best of Daugavpils to your doorstep.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage, and you can go online as Leo Hotel offers guests free wifi. Guests are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, secured parking is available.
Close to some of Daugavpils' most popular landmarks, such as Temple-chapel of Alexander Nevsky (0.7 mi) and Catholic Church of St. Peter and Paul (1.2 mi), Leo Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
While staying in Daugavpils, you can check out a popular Italian restaurant like Urbanfoods, which is serving up some great dishes.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular gardens such as Latgale Zoological Garden.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Leo Hotel as you experience everything Daugavpils has to offer.
Stayed here for 2 nights to explore war, Jewish heritage, Soviet history stuff. Great location just off main shopping street. Very friendly and helpful staff. Great value for money. The location in a courtyard just of the main street Rigas iela is perfect, so you are close to everything. The staff are incredibly friendly and nothing is too much trouble. Daugavpils is a primarily Russian speaking city but that is not a problem, I speak a few words of Russian (badly) but with the aid of Google translate communication is not a problem. Can't speak highly enough of this hotel in terms of value for money.
When you book the Hotel Leo you’re not expecting to get the Ritz, so shouldn’t be surprised when it doesn’t offer all those amenities. It is however cheap, well located close to the station and shops/restaurants, clean and with friendly staff. And the WiFi was good enough to steam the premier league live! Overall we enjoyed our stay.
Strange place. Something very soviet about it. Well located hotel. At breakfast you get served a plate with breakfast. Normally you can pick your own in other hotels. Most of breakfast: boiled sauseges and omlet. Not too bad unless you happen to be vegetarian. Very steep stairs to second floor. Small tv which top and bottom parts od the broadcast doesnt fit in. Very sweet smelling towels - probably managent thinks it shows some class. Very kind personnel, but again in some too much caring soviet style. No air conditioning. Extremly poor wifi. Clean. So in short - not a bad place, but the next time i would choose some other hotel.
Leo is a strange hybrid between a hotel and a motel with a strong atmosphere of nineties in post-soviet area (sans red plush). However, it has many pros: competitive price; excellent location (close to the city centre and (if needed) to the bus and railway stations); very quiet; clean and well maintained; service is very obliging – they even knocked at the door to enquire which time I wanted my breakfast and what dish would I like; freshly prepared hot breakfast (not repeated during three days of my stay), free and fast WiFi, free parking. Disadvantages were very few: mattresses are hard and most of the rooms are accessible by extremely uncomfortable flight of stairs. And one more note: I do not know how good is communication for these who do not speak Russian.
We have been staying in this hotel last year and then everything was ok - kind and helpful hotel administrator who speaks latvian, english and russian, small, but comfortable rooms, breakfast - all this for appropriate price. Now situatin is gone bad. Last week we call this hotel again, but there was administrator on the other side of the line, who can communicate only in russian, she even didnt understand latvian. That was terrible. We choose another hotel instead (Biplan)
He important things are safety and cleanliness, right? Leo seems to meet both these criteria. The staff were efficient. The breakfast was good, although limited Fare. The room was close to Motel 6. No hot ware tat night. But, we felt safe, the location was close to our meetings. And the room was clean.
We booked a double room for 1 night, including breakfast through the internet. We had previously advised our late arrival by internet, so when arrived at around 20:45 at the bus station, the lady (who I assume was the owner) was waiting for us. The hotel is located behind the restaurant. She spoke a little English and German. Booked in easily and arranged a time for breakfast in the morning. A very nice welcome. She then showed us our room, no 4. It was up a flight of steep 17 stairs. It was a pleasant spacious, older room and attached ensuite. There was a sitting area as well. The windows were openable. A bar fridge was provided. A tv and plenty of electrical outlets. There was free wifi but only the laptop could connect in the room. My iPad could not, but was ok in the hallway. We had a comfortable nights sleep. The hotel is in a quiet location in a side street. Breakfast was ready when we came into the breakfast room. Yogurt, juice, a plate of sausages, egg, cucumber and tomato and peas, toast and black bread and coffee. Very nice. Also fresh flowers on our table, which is a lovely touch. The hotel is well located between the bus station (which we used) and the train station. It is also close to a main shopping street (Riga), so its in an excellent location. We enjoyed our short time at Hotel Leo and would recommend it as an alternative to the other much larger hotels that can be viewed over the internet. Less mobile people may have a problem with the stairs.…
We travelled to Daugavpils for the Latvian Speedway GP and were looking for a cheap hotel. We were a party of three and were quite happy to share. The hotel has a family room (Room 5) which sleeps 4 so this room was ideal. The Hotel is set of Rigas Iela and 5 minutes walk from the train station so it is ideally situated if you are travelling by train or bus as the bus station is 5 minutes walk away in the opposite direction. It is set in a quiet courtyard behind the Leo restaurant. We were greeted by two receptionists. One spoke Latvian, Russian and German and the other could speak English as well. They were happy to arrange breakfast early the next day for us which was helpful. The rooms are up on the first floor and the stairs are very steep so if you do have mobility issues this may be a problem. Our room was very large with a king size bed in one room and twin beds in another, We also had a fridge. The shower room was very clean and of a decent size and there was plenty of hot water. There was no choice at breakfast and it was a typical eastern European breakfast with cold meat and salad. There was also toast and bread and very good coffee. This is a lovely quiet little hotel in a good situation. The staff are very helpful and the accommodation is clean and functional.…
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