Konventa Seta Hotel
AddressKaleju iela 9/11 RigaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The location, inside a 15th-century convent in the heart of medieval Rīga, is unbeatable. Rooms are as small and prim as a nun's cell (which is indeed what they are, since the last nuns only left in 1938).
Our independent authors have visited Konventa Seta Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Rīga.
Description provided by property
The 3*** star hotel Konventa Seta (Convent Court) is a historic and unique complex in the very heart of Old Riga.
Konventa Seta represents a unique complex of nine medieval buildings maintaining a 14th and 15th century atmosphere. Behind its historical facades, the hotel has 141 guest rooms offering every contemporary comfort. Konventa Seta hotel offers 5 well-appointed conference and banquet rooms, the largest of which is ideal up to 100 persons in theater style. You will find gift shops, art galleries, bars, museums and an open-air cafe (in summer time) in the yard of Hotel Konveta Seta.
Room amenities and included services:
WiFi internet complimentary
Bathroom with a shower or bath
Available non-smoking or smoking rooms
Available rooms for disabled or allergic guests
Available rooms with kitchenettes
Additionally hotel offers:
Guarded parking nearby the hotel
Restaurant Ambiente and Golf Bar services
SPA saloon Kolonna services (located in 'Galerija Centrs', 2 minutes walking distance)
Provided credit card will be pre-authorized (checked for validity) for the remaining amount at the time of the booking, and charged on arrival date by Click and Book Travel
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Cable TV
- 24 Hour Reception
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Airport Transfers
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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