How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Augustine Riga
Travel Blogs from Riga
... sitting at tables outside. Very laid back atmosphere, lots of families. About 8.30 a blues band started up; a couple guys with guitars on a portable stage set up in Dome Square. The little tourist train was also parked here and as it was leaving in five minutes I jumped on and paid my 5 Euros. It completes a circuit of the old city in 30 minutes, and quite a few of the streets it drove down I hadn't seen before. It was almost dark when I got back to the hotel at 9.45. Had a snifter ...
Hello from Riga, where we have stayed with another lovely Servas family,this time with a smiling, giggling 9 month old. We arrived here on Thursday after a hot morning in Bauska. We wanted to explore the area behind our hotel, and found lots of large houses, some behind walls and with entry systems, but almost all with substantial land which was being worked. We then walked down behind Bauska castle to the confluence of the rivers, although we couldnt quite get there, as there was an ...
... the group was to go to Fadenza but it was booked [only because somebody did not make a timely booking, Simona?]. Those that went there last night were happy to return. Chatted for the first time with already retired Dave.
The English are big on starters, something I often don't need. Had a cold beet soup [nice], fresh salted herring for the main with taters and cottage cheese [first herring dinner ever] and a large Valmiermuizas beer [light to ...
... margin, so you could see everything. I've included several shots of the city itself and the river Daugava adjacent.
After that, we took a free tour of Riga. Our guide was Toms, born and raised in Riga, and a big hockey fan. He also had been to New York twice - but not New York City, just Albany. That is probably the most unique "I went to the US once" story ever. He was there for a hockey tournament. Toms also wanted to know if the ...
... celebration in this part of the world and 93% of accommodation in Vilnius, Lithuania, was already booked solid for this weekend. We still hadn't found any accommodation for the weekend so we then spent the next THREE hours cajoling, cursing and threatening our Ipad to allow us to book 2 nights there. Every time we got close to a booking, we'd punch in our credit card numbers, hold our breath and then the page would either shut down, refuse our credit ...