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Primo Hotel

Nometnu iela 62, Riga 1002 Latvia
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#47 of 122 hotels in Riga
Perhaps the best value for money accommodation in Riga. Opened in the end of 2009, PRIMO HOTEL occupies a 100-year-old Art Nouveau style building that has been built by Estonian society. Modern and elegant hotel offers you 20 comfortable rooms with bath or shower, free Internet in every room and efficient service from our staff. Room are from 17m2 up to 30m2 large. Free parking on site.
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deimiane wrote a review Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom6 contributions
Beds are comfy, linens, pillows and duvets are excellent, there's a bathtub in the bathroom which is certainly a plus. Towels are very good. Everything was clean and no complains in this part. However, it is a bit noisy as there are no carpets and you can hear every step outside the room. It would be better if there was a carpet in the room as well. Another minor thing was the selection of TV channels: most of them were in Russian! Who needs that? Also, there was no kettle in the room and the breakfast coffee was way too weak! I had to buy a stronger one for 2 euros. That's a bit of a disappointment when I count on breakfast to be included in my room price. All in all, the aforementioned things are indeed minor, so I would say that this is a decent place to stay overnight.
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Date of stay: November 2019
Marcus Höflmayr wrote a review Jul 2019
Munich, Germany227 contributions48 helpful votes
We stayed at this Hotel für four nights and everything Was fine. We enjoyed the hearty breakfast buffet. It's a little out of town, but you can reach the city in about ten minutes via bus. A supermarket, a market and countless shops are nearby.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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phillboardy wrote a review Jul 2019
4 contributions2 helpful votes
Rather than advising tourists not to stay at this hotel I believe providing constructive criticism is more productive. I stayed 3 nights as a solo guest I based my choice on its location, it's star rating & customer reviews. Having stayed in many 3 star hotels across Europe I would strongly argue The Primo hotel is 2 star at best. I paid €135 for 3 nights for a single room, having booked 2 months in advance the price lacked the value for a hotel located a 35 minute walk out of the city centre, room 306 was small & charging €45 a night the single mattress was so uncomfortable I had back ache each morning, as a 33 year old healthy male that's alarming. Please inform your cleaning staff to wait longer after knocking on the door, also numourous times they were chatting on their mobiles, again its unprofessional & guests may find loud ringtones & personal chats disruptive. Wall insulation is a must I'm afraid, I could every word on the 3rd floor from 306, not to mention the room next door. I don't know if it was just during my stay but your plumbing problem meant I had to leave the hot tap running for 5 minutes, I then only had luckwarm water for a shower, a priority you should address as guests may get ill. Regarding breakfast, it would make a difference if your staff were more polite, I didnt see one smile or recieve any greetings, also your bread each morning was stale, this is a health hazard so please be wary. Overall, for the price I paid I had an unsatisfactory stay at this hotel, I would rate the hotel as 2 star based on my stay, if the the location was in the oldtown I'd understand but it's not. hopefully the Primo takes this critism on board so future guests don't share my poor experience.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Traveled solo
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Kristine wrote a review Jun 2019
4 contributions
We stayed in this hotel only for one night, but when we go back to Riga, we will stay there again. We've been flying for 24 hours when arrived- coming from Australia, all we wanted was a good bed and a possibility to sleep in. Which we got. Two things we wished it had- dark curtains to block the sun while sleeping and a fridge in the room. Everything else was great- friendly staff, amazing breakfast (we're talking big variety of options, local organic fruits and veggies, way more than you need for breaky). Another plus- fan in the room! It was quite warm when we stayed, so, we really needed a fan as there is no aircon in the room. (You don't get to stay in many places in Latvia that has a fan in the room.) Overall- great experience, yummy food, low price and not far to the center of Riga.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
k t wrote a review May 2019
Nicosia, Cyprus1448 contributions148 helpful votes
Location: about 3km from town center, which is easily accessible either by car or public transport. However note that a train passes right next to the hotel. Price: average for this category of hotels in Riga. Parking: available, although not enough for high-peak periods. Staff: average, or even below average (some staff wouldn't even greet us). Rooms: adequate, clean, spacious, very poor sound insulation, no fridge, and our room lock was a bit problematic (wouldn't always work!). Beds and linen were good, although our sheets were a bit short, revealing the mattress below. Breakfast: good quality (not the coffee!), but limited variety. Overall, I'm afraid I wasnt satisfied at all with my stay at this hotel.
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Date of stay: April 2019
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Primo Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Primo Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Riga Shooting Range (0.7 miles), Kalnciema Quarter Farmer's Market (0.5 miles), and Shooting Club Riga (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Primo Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Primo Hotel?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Primo Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Primo Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Fazenda Bazars Nometnu, Le Sommet, and Maja.
Are pets allowed at Primo Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Primo Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Vermanes Garden (2.1 miles), House of the Black Heads (1.5 miles), and Livu Square (1.7 miles).
Is Primo Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.