It is only a five- to ten-minute walk to the Latvian National Opera and Ballet, the best concert halls and museums. The views from the hotel’s windows are of the Old Town and the left bank of the Daugava River.
The hotel was constructed, combining careful attention to the architectural heritage, with care for every guest’s satisfaction. Where possible the original details of the building were preserved: wood parquets, adornments of walls and ceiling, widows, banisters and doors. Ornaments found in the original interiors were used in the renovation.
The historical elements are supplemented by carefully selected designer furniture and interior objects – the unique Moooi Dear Ingo ceiling lamps in the restaurant; the impressive Zava Ociu ceiling lamps, Ligne Roset armchairs and restored Thonet furniture in the library, Artemide lamps in the apartments and public space, etc.
Works by the well-known Latvian painter and sculptor Kristiāna Dimitere hang in the restaurant, whereas the apartments and conference rooms feature original graphics by KATRĪNA NEIBURGA, a representative of the Neiburgs family who is a video and installation artist, set designer and film director of international renown.
The apartments are airy and light. All have built-in kitchens with an electric range, microwave, and an electric kettle. The suites feature two flat-screen televisions – one in the bedroom, the other in the living room. The well-appointed bathrooms have heated floors.
Natural light and lots of space, all modern conveniences and a personal approach allow our guests to fully enjoy each moment they spend at our hotel.