Serena Lux Hotel

Address: Jekaba 26/28, Riga, 1050, Latvia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Jekaba 26/28, Riga, is near The Museum of the Occupation of Latvia, Town Hall Square, House of Blackheads, and Cat House.
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Travel Blogs from Riga

Riga with the change naming street

A travel blog entry by mjconchie on Aug 03, 2014

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Another strikingly hot day, Riga was founded in 1201 we visited Riga which is situated at the month of the Daugana River. It first became an important port along the viking trade route.

Riga was originally built as a fortress. During 16th Century it was occupied by the Polish, 17th Century the Swedes and 18th Century the Russians. By 1918, Latvia gained its independence. During World War II, the Nazis occupied Riga. Then soon after the war ...

DISASTROUS DINNER SERVICE

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 25, 2014

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... Ellen [who skipped dinner in any event].

Simona had never been to Citi Laiki before and likely will never go back. We got there 1850 and some other tables had salads on them. It took a long time for our order to be taken with the utter slowness and pickiness of many. A horde of Germans come in, sitting at the salads. They then get their evidently pre-ordered main, their dessert, pay their bills and leave, all before we get any food. Our mains came out after ...

It feels like Christmas

A travel blog entry by smittee on Dec 16, 2013

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... was about the Santa's fair, It is still worthwhile to see it from outside if you are in Riga.
We enjoyed our walk and my daughter felt the cold as she had just come from the hot climate of Hong Kong but she is a tough cookie. We went back to the hotel, ordered the room service which was fine and we went for the spa in the hotel which was really lovely, the hotel is new so the facilities were really ...

Baltic way

A travel blog entry by georgous_travel on Jul 24, 2013

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... I recommend the restaurant to anyone who likes to eat authentically in the country they are in. I would go as far as saying you have not been to Tallinn unless you go to olde hanse. Tallinn's biggest charm was that it was frozen in the medieval times, everything from the buildings to the food restaurants served were resembling the medieval era. It wasn't tacky, it was charming in a way that drew you in wanting to know more about this small city. That first night I tried a ...

A busy few days

A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on May 28, 2013

... get into, and we didn't even get to see it. It costs 4 lat. No need to get out the currency converter because I am going to tell you that is $8 to walk through the church to the elevator. If you want to look at the sanctuary that will cost you another 3 lat, yes $6 to see the church! It doesn't even have any priceless works of art. Just a copy of Albrecht Durer's painting of Martin Luther. Outrageous! Needless to say, we skipped the sanctuary. Our ...