Wellton Elefant Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWellton Elefant Hotel Riga
Elephants never forget, and like the elephants we should probably never return to the Elefant hotel. It is certainly very presentable but sending us to an uncleaned room leaves a bad taste, as did the breafast. But they did give us vouchers for the stuff up, and champagne and chocolate.
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