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My wife and I just finished up a stay at Neiburgs and we cannot rave enough about it. We stayed on the second floor in a corner deluxe 'studio'...king bed, couches, chairs, wardrobe, desk...kitchen, stove, small fridge...amazing bathroom with HUGE pedestal tub.
Breakfast was included...More
We loved our stay here, and our 6th floor room had a fantastic view of the church to the bridge and beyond. Staff was friendly. Room was clean, large with kitchenette. Nice comfortable bed and pillows. Bar had some great wines by the glass. Great...More
This magnigique hotel offers a perfect service; a warm welcome; a great availability of the staff; a high-level support for the seminary; Thanks to all the team; and a special award to Evita ;-)
Looking forward trvelling there in family!
Despite being in the tourist overrun old town the hotel is a calm well run place. Great restaurant offering Latvian specialities. Huge suites that all for a long stay. I would not hesitate to return to this hotel on our next trip to Riga.
We really enjoyed our stay. The location is perfect to explore Riga by foot. The staff is friendly. The rooms are huge and designed in a very cozy way. The room was spotless and breakfast was also always great.
Response from HaagseBluf | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it’s in the middle of the historic quarter, but on a quiet sidestreet. There are a few bars about 50 metres to the right (opposite the cathedral) but none to the left (and not many hotels either) there won’t be groups... More
Yes, it’s in the middle of the historic quarter, but on a quiet sidestreet. There are a few bars about 50 metres to the right (opposite the cathedral) but none to the left (and not many hotels either) there won’t be groups coming through the street. Although we were not there in summer, I’d say it’s quiet enough. It’s not the sort of hotel to attract a loud/rowdy crowd (like a British stag party) either.