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Secret Hotel in Riga – 3 star

With top facilities and comfortable rooms, this Top Secret Hotel, ‘Secret Hotel in Riga – 3 star’, provides a great place to relax during your stay in Riga!

The property provides free parking space available for those arriving by car, and there is also a car rental desk on-site should you wish to hire a vehicle during your stay if you have arrived in Riga from further afield. All rooms in the property are designed in a modern style, and provide you with plenty of space to relax after a busy day of sightseeing in Riga! For your leisure there is a fantastic Jacuzzi on site, and for those who fancy dining in style you can enjoy a private dining experience at the hotel too. Guests who are staying here on business are more than welcome to use the fantastic Business Centre facilities, which include spacious meeting rooms which are available to reserve.

When exploring Latvia’s capital of Riga, it is well worth heading to what is regarded as the ‘Old Town’ area and wander around the amazing architecture and take in the atmosphere here. The Old Town has a number of small squares where you will find many locals socialising and having a drink with one another, and there is a range of restaurants and places to have a taste of traditional Latvian cuisine round here. Enjoy walking through the windy narrow pavements around here, where you will see a diverse range in architecture and some fantastic souvenir shops too.

If you wish to learn more about Latvia’s history, then a visit to the Museum of the Occupation of Latvia is a must. With a bizarre design that has often been compared to a Lego brick, the museum itself is seen as very important to citizens of Riga, as they wish to make sure that the sufferings under the Nazis and Soviets are never forgotten. Here you can read stories about what happened to those who lived under the invading forces, as well as see a replica of a Siberian worker’s hut. There is also a chance to learn about how Riga as a city has developed since the war, and the effect the Russian influence has had on the population. Once you have finished walking around make sure you take a chance to walk underneath the museum itself, to get amazing views of Old Riga – so don’t forget your camera!

We hope you have a wonderful time in Riga!