Grand Palace Hotel

Address: Pils Street 12, Riga, LV 1050, Latvia | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Pils Street 12, Riga, is near The Museum of the Occupation of Latvia, House of Blackheads, Cat House, and Latvian War Museum (Latvijas Kara muzejs).
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Palace Hotel Riga

      Reviewed by vivicarroll

      Much better than the average European

      Reviewed Aug 30, 2014
      by (67 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      The rooms are spacious. Our bathroom was quite small with a shower/tub combo. I suggest asking for a separate shower. The bar is nice, but gets smoky later in the evening.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by tintinsansmilou

      En attendant le bonheur

      Reviewed Aug 6, 2011
      by (1 review) Geneva , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

      J'attends

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Palace Hotel Riga

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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      Touring Riga

      A travel blog entry by vivicarroll on Aug 30, 2014

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      We walked around the art nouveau district on Albert St and Elizabeth St. Fantastic architecture! Then we went to the market. It was huge and full of fresh fish, vegetables, cheese, meats, flowers - anything you might want. Our guide was definitely anti-soviet and talked about the period of Soviet rule with much disdain. When we continued touring …

      Choral Synagogue and Rumbala Forest Memorial

      A travel blog entry by marandbob on Jul 06, 2013

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      Tloday is Saturday, July 6th. We toured the Art Nouveau section of the city and then went over to the Central Market. For lunch we went to a lovely restaurant called Twelve-Twenty and listened to folk music with performers in their native costume. That afternoon we went on a Jewish Heritage tour of Riga and visited the Old Ghetto, the …

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      A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 24, 2014

      39 photos

      ... And there's an elevator! Woo Hoo. The last place was on the 3rd floor.

      We're paying 35 Euros for a large double room with a GREAT bed. The last one wasn't so hot. And the common room is big and comfy and the wifi is strong. Sadly, wifi is as important of a utility as water and electricity now.

      We checked in our room early and headed out for a tour of the city at 11 am. It was a good tour with people ...

      Riga

      A travel blog entry by rachenry on Aug 03, 2014

      16 photos

      ... a relatively small area. The architecture is, as we’re becoming used to, amazing and both similar to many of the other countries we’ve visited (full of ornate statuary and design flairs) and somewhat unique. We did discover that much of what we saw was restored and, in many cases, newly rebuilt. A prime example is the ‘House of the Blackheads’ which was a merchant’s gathering place built in 1334…quite ...

      Riga, land of Roosters (and Snails?)

      A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 08, 2014

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      ... between two rivers, the Daugava and the Ridzine, the latter of which is where the name Riga originates. During the 13th century is when many of the churches started being built in the town, and also the first references to what is the current Latvian flag come from this time period. Following several hundred years of Germanic rule, Latvia then fell to Poland-Lithuania, then later to Sweden for nearly a century, then finally to Peter the Great of Russia in ...