Villa Joma Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Joma Hotel Jurmala
Very nice hotel just at the pedestrian street that goes across this part of the city. Our room has been very nice, although a little small. The house style is according the old wooden houses in the zone and has a nice appealing architecture
Free parking behind is very useful. - It takes about 12 ,minutes to the train station
The hotel staff is very friendly and helpful
The restaurant and the patio are offering a good place to sit and relax - the service was terribly slow and inefficient
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