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This is a beautiful hotel which has something of the art nouveau style of Riga both in the interior and the exterior. The staff were always friendly and helpful. The accommodation was truly luxurious with good wooden furniture, plaster decoration and a wonderful view of...More
We had a very nice and very comfortable studio apartment on the fifth floor (room 503), with a great view of the top of the Dome, windows that opened, and blackout curtains that worked. The room had a separate sitting area as well as a...More
This is our third stay at the Neiburgs Hotel in four years. Our original evaluation of the hotel has been confirmed during this recent visit. In fact, we rate it higher that we did after our first two stays. The reason for this judgement is...More
Very spacious room and comfy bed with a couch and a little kitchenette. And I loved when I had the windows open I could hear the bells from surrounding churches on the hour. Nice products in the bathroom. Very central location in the old town...More
Really nice hotel right in the heart of the old town of Riga and close to all the major attractions and transport options. The rooms are huge and very comfortable. Breakfast is also really nice. Highly recommended.
Response from HaagseBluf | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it’s in the middle of the historic quarter, but on a quiet sidestreet. There are a few bars about 50 metres to the right (opposite the cathedral) but none to the left (and not many hotels either) there won’t be groups... More
Yes, it’s in the middle of the historic quarter, but on a quiet sidestreet. There are a few bars about 50 metres to the right (opposite the cathedral) but none to the left (and not many hotels either) there won’t be groups coming through the street. Although we were not there in summer, I’d say it’s quiet enough. It’s not the sort of hotel to attract a loud/rowdy crowd (like a British stag party) either.