A big minus of that hotel is screaming floors and wading walls and floors. If somebody is walking on upstairs or something falls on floor, everything is to hear. Noise of outside is not problem, its normal. In the room there was old smell. Everywhere was clean and everything you need was in the room. Breakfast was good with its wide assortment. Coffe was not good. Photos are better than reality it looks!
Nice look, nice stuff. But we was surprised, there was all night big noise party from other room and coridos. Not recommend this hotel. I think there are more better hotels with private area. I am sorry for the money I paid.
Nice small hotel at Jurmala. Little bit outside of city center, but walking to center takes about 10min and 15min to beach. We stayed at main building, the room was small, equipped with tv, fridge, fan, hair dryer, own toilet and shower. Free wifi and parking. The hotel and the room was clean. Staff was friendly. They have bikes for rent (3€/h or 10€/day), also childrens bikes. Buffet style breakfast was ok. The hotel is near railway.
Many thanks for a "perfect Wedding Day" on Wednesday 05/07/2017. The positive feedback from our many guests was very pleasing - food & service and hotel venue all got 5* ratings!For that kind small hotel. Take a bow Svetlana pleasure to deal with all organization from start to finish by phone! Nothing was any bother to you and your attention to detail was outstanding. Well Done. You are a top class Team. Best compliments to chef! I really enjoyed. Thanks again,Inese and Raimonds
The hotel is situated right next to the Dzintari train station, so transport to Riga is very easy. There is a short walk to the beach. The hotel has its own parking. The breakfast was excellent for such a small hotel. Best croissants I ever had! This is not necessarily the best hotel for those who need things to be very quiet. The sounds of the trains passing can be heard until quite late in the night, and there is also some noise from the other rooms. (There was a family with children staying in the room above ours, and everytime the kids ran across the floor it was like the house was going to collapse.)