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A refurbished manor house embellished with Scandi-sleek design, Hotel Bergs embodies the term ‘luxury’ from the lobby’s mix of sharp lines, rococo portraits and tribal reliefs, to the spacious suites lavished with high-quality monochromatic furnishing...
Grand Palace Hotel
You’ll find no better place to be pampered than the lavish Grand Palace...
Centra is a great choice for comfort in the heart of Old Rīga. Recently renovated rooms are spacious and sport loads of designer details such as swish LCD TVs, porcelain basin sinks and minimalist art on the walls...
The international clocks hung above the front desk display the local time in the all-important global centres of Reykjavik and Tobago (we’re as confused as you are)...
Radi Un Draugi
Despite recent renovation attempts, this old-timer is starting to show its age...
The boxy, metallic facade starkly contrasts with the surrounding art-nouveau gargoyles, but the interior design is undeniably hip and pays tribute to the hotel’s namesake, Albert Einstein...
Just beyond the Central Market, this newer addition to Rīga’s lodging scene is a former apartment building transformed into six floors of tidy rooms, some with great views of Stalin’s Birthday Cake.
Park Hotel Latgola
The city’s centrepiece and largest building, this Soviet monster sports modern (but overpriced) rooms behind its freshly renovated facade. Check out the views from the hotel’s top-storey restaurant and bar.
The poshest hotel in Kurzeme lives in an enormous harbour warehouse that was once used to store grain.
Set in a summery, pistachio-coloured beach house, Sunset’s refurbished rooms sport antique hardwood floors and hi-tech showers covered with tonnes of nozzles and buttons.
The town’s upmarket choice features 30 rooms in a yellow and black–striped hotel. It’s a testament to Valmiera’s limited selection of quality accommodation.
This inviting boutique hotel sports 15 immaculate rooms that come in quirky configurations. Try for a room with a skylight. Although Villa Joma is several blocks from the beach, there’s a lovely garden terrace in the back to catch some rays...
Literally ‘the White Owl’, this charming inn, set in a 100-year-old house, has quaint rooms and a lobby littered with toy hooters. The rooms are a smidgen nicer at Sunset Hotel next door, but Baltā Pūce has a much more sociable vibe.
Hotel B&B Riga
Snug, apartment-style accommodation comes in different configurations (suites with lofted bedrooms are particularly charming), and are scattered throughout a residential block.
Set on large grounds, this 1912 hotel is the town’s best option, with pleasant, well-priced rooms and a good restaurant decorated with hideous hunting trophies (mains €7 to €10).
Stylish and comfortable, this pale-blue wooden guesthouse near the sea was once a summer home for the elite, and still has a certain art-nouveau styling. Rooms are spacious, and each is uniquely decorated with antique wallpaper and sheer drapery...
Kolonna Hotel Cesis
The exterior is vaguely neoclassical while the inside features rows of standard upmarket rooms. The in-house restaurant serves top-notch Latvian and European cuisine (mains 4Ls to 10Ls) in a formal setting or outdoors in the pristine garden.
Multilux isn’t brimming with character, but the spartan rooms are a good second choice if KB is full. Breakfast included.
This mom-and-pop operation offers cheery, no-frills accommodation in a wobbly wooden house. There’s a small convenience store on the ground floor and the kitchen staff whip up ubercheap eats (3Ls).
Hotel Fontaine Royal
Everything is gaudy and gilded here at Fontaine Royal, Hotel Fontaine’s flashier fraternal twin...
The ‘White House’ is a quaint B&B and cafe sitting in the palace’s Tudor-style servants’ quarters near the entrance to the grounds...
This cute celery-green guesthouse pops out from the dreary Soviet block housing nearby. The five rooms are simple, spotless and sport funky bedspreads...