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The Grand Palace Hotel è ospitato in una villa costruita nello stile tradizionale della corte degli zar russi.
Gustate le rivisitazioni fusion di piatti asiatici ed europei in uno spettacolare ambiente Art Déco al SUITE Restaurant & Lounge, uno dei migliori ristoranti di Riga.
Un servizio concierge su misura e comprensivo di tutto, dai biglietti per l'opera alle prenotazioni per il golf, garantisce a ogni ospite un soggiorno a Riga piacevole e rilassante.
Situato nel cuore del centro storico di Riga, il Grand Palace Hotel è a pochi passi da numerosi e prestigiosi monumenti dichiarati Patrimonio Mondiale dell'UNESCO.
Superior King Room 19sq m/204sq ft. King-sized bed.Wi-Fi. A/C.Flat-screen TV
Superior Twin Room 19sq m/204sq ft. 2 single beds.Wi-Fi. A/C. Flat-screen TV
Business King Room 27sqm/291sq ft. King bed. Wi-Fi.
Junior Suite King 37sq m/398sq ft. King-sized bed. Wi-Fi.
Deluxe Suite King 43sq m/463sq ft. King-sized bed. Wi-Fi.
Junior Suite Twin 35sq m/377sq ft. Twin beds. sofa. table. Wi-Fi.
Deluxe King Room 24sq m/258sq ft. King-sized bed.Wi-Fi. A/C.Flat-screen TV
Deluxe Twin Room, 24sq m/258sq ft., 2 single beds. Wi-Fi. AC. Flat-screen TV
Pils Street 12, LV 1050 Riga, Latvia
A 10 km dall'Aeroporto Internazionale di Riga
(Italia) Numero verde 800 822 005
(Austria, Belgio, Francia, Germania, Irlanda, Norvegia, Spagna, Paesi Bassi, Regno Unito, Svizzera) Numero verde 00800 10 10 11 11
(USA e Canada) Numero verde 1 800 745 8883
(Giappone) Numero (81-3) 5551-0101Dagli altri Paesi
220 Volt AC
With more than 800 buildings erected at the turn of the 20th century, the historical center has Europe’s largest collection of Art Nouveau buildings.
Riga balsam is Latvia’s most popular liquor. It has a hundred-year history, and is made from a secret recipe containing herbs, flowers, juices and various roots.
Dome Cathedral is the biggest medieval church, and one of the oldest religious buildings in the whole Baltic region. Blackhead House was originally built in 1344, then rebuilt in 2001 to commemorate the city's 800th anniversary. The so-called "Three Brothers" (Tris Brali) are the oldest stone houses still standing in Riga, and are an excellent example of medieval architecture.
This former Soviet-era plaster factory on the banks of the Daugava River is now a cozy bistro. Enjoy the simple menu while you watch the ships coming in to port. (371) 6787-3804; www.melniemuki.lv.
The largest resort city in the Baltic States was once the haunt of Russian officials but is now known for its white sand beaches, clean shallow waters and charming wooden houses. www.jurmala.lv.
Step back in time and watch blacksmiths and other craftsmen ply their trade, or try some authentic Latvian food and ale. (371) 6799-4515; www.brivdabasmuzejs.lv.
This museum portrays life during the three occupation periods suffered by Latvia (by Nazi Germany and twice by the Soviet Union) and how Latvians regained their independence in 1991. www.occupationmuseum.lv.
An impressive feature of the Riga skyline since the Dark Ages, St. Peter’s Church has survived collapse, fire and artillery. You can take an elevator 230 feet (70 meters) up the spire for panoramic views of the city. (371) 6777-2222.
Featuring a menu of local seasonal produce, this city favorite is named after the artist Van Gogh and has attracted many famous visitors. (371) 6733-2830; www.vincents.lv.
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