We were excited about this hotel but when arriving to reception the stuff wasn’t so welcoming. Made us feel like we were not welcome to this hotel. Would have excepted something else from five star hotel.
I really like this hotel,nice interior,cool rooms,everything was clear,room service was great but unfortunately housekeeper was getting some tip before she was cleaning our room but unfortunately she cleaned our room not so good,table was dirty,carpet was not cleaned,hope that will change in future!
I love everything about the Promenade Hotel, except one minor quibble which diminished our experience not a whit. The warm, efficient and friendly greeting could have been at most any well-run establishment, but in this case, it was our welcome into a truly special hotel – a visual feast, a supremely comfortable room, and a sensational breakfast. An attractive converted canal-side warehouse with wooden floors and visible beams in many rooms, Promenade’s style is unique and playful, charming and comfortable. Eclectic paintings hang throughout; modern, abstract, representational genre paintings of the 19th century port in action, and early 20th century street scenes. 19th and early 20th century photographs of the town line the hallways and convey a real sense of history and place. Cute, faint, period paintings of the skyline and residents decorate the ceilings in some rooms as well. The perfect blend of music through the public spaces creates a low key, but enlivened ambience -- varied, mostly contemporary, and at just the right volume. Present, but not intrusive. We upgraded our room for a small nightly fee to a junior suite with sauna when our first room did not have the requested canal view. Everything about the room was just right, with the one quibble as the exception. Lovely view, fine shower with very good water pressure, perfectly placed light controls, strong WiFi, firm and delightful bed, and the playful ceiling illustrations mentioned above; just a great room and with a sauna too! And the quibble? They didn’t have plugs for our electronics by the bed. No matter. We loved the room and the whole hotel. Breakfast was a real treat too and well worth it because the eggs, fish, breads, yoghurts, juices, cereals, meats, cheeses and more kept us fully satisfied until dinner. The hotel’s attractive Restaurant Piano serves well-prepared Latvian and European cuisine in the evening as well. Located across from Liepaja’s modern concert hall and an easy walking distance to the city center, parks and beach, it provides a perfect base for your visit. I don’t know when we will return to Liepaja, but when we do, we will certainly stay at the Promenade once more.…
My colleague tends to spend here his xmas and NY eve every year and now I understand why :) Rough naked red brick walls and carpets in the lobby, scenic views and lavish interior make you feel good. Very good :)
After a long journey the Promenade Hotel was a welcome site and once inside it is something to admire. Full of art work and beautiful pieces of furniture, obviously collected and chosen by someone who is passionate about such things. Bedrooms also lovely, some have their own sauna! Food in the restaurant was very good and at reasonable prices. Staff were professional and efficient but with a friendly approach when appropriate. Edgars in the restaurant was particularly good. There is a gym, sauna and steam room along with treatments available. I had a massage and it was excellent. I definitely recommend this hotel.