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Hotels in Riga

Average price per hotel night and category in Riga for the following weeks

1 star hotel 1 Star 2 stars hotel 2 Stars 3 stars hotel 3 Stars 4 stars hotel 4 Stars 5 stars hotel 5 Stars
29/4/17 - 30/4/17 1 star hotel 1 Star $18 2 stars hotel 2 Stars $31 3 stars hotel 3 Stars $52 4 stars hotel 4 Stars $79 5 stars hotel 5 Stars $149
1/5/17 - 7/5/17 1 star hotel 1 Star $19 2 stars hotel 2 Stars $32 3 stars hotel 3 Stars $54 4 stars hotel 4 Stars $79 5 stars hotel 5 Stars $147

Target price (based on users' searches) per person and night considering the most economical pricing.

141 Accommodations in Riga

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Hotel Konventa Seta

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Riga 388 m from city centre Score: 4 / 5 709 reviews
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Bellevue Park Hotel Riga

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Riga 1.5 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 835 reviews
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Hotel Forums

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Riga 553 m from city centre Score: 4 / 5 291 reviews
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Hotel Roma

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Riga 566 m from city centre
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Bergs Hotel

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Riga 1.3 km from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 338 reviews
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Wellton Centrum Hotel & Spa

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Riga 477 m from city centre
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Hotel Metropole

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Riga 608 m from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 572 reviews
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Radisson Blu Hotel Latvija, Riga

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Riga 1.2 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 1660 reviews
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Opera Hotel & Spa

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Riga 844 m from city centre Score: 4 / 5 636 reviews
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Hotel Avalon

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Riga 557 m from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 847 reviews
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Hotel Wellton Gertrude

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Riga 1.9 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 466 reviews
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Hotel Wellton Elefant

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Riga 3.6 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 536 reviews
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Garden Palace Boutique Hotel

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Riga 94 m from city centre Score: 3.5 / 5 511 reviews
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Hotel Mercure Riga Centre

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Riga 1.1 km from city centre
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Hotel Radisson Blu Daugava

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Riga 727 m from city centre Score: 4 / 5 881 reviews
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Hotel Ibis Styles Riga

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Riga 2.9 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 109 reviews

Accommodations in Riga

Latvia’s capital and the oldest city in the Baltic, with a great cosmopolitan verve. Its history has always been one of turmoil, but ever since the collapse of the Soviet Union, this beautiful city with the Daugava River, as a backdrop, is considered to be the Paris of the North. The old city of Riga was declared a World Heritage Site in 1997 and possesses important examples of German Art-Nouveau architecture.
It is easiest to start the visit in the old city to the East of the river, where Riga’s Cathedral (Riga Doms) is located. It is a Lutheran Church from the 13th century with a pleasant combination of Roman and Gothic influences. Its interior contains an impressive organ and wood carvings from the 17th and 18th centuries. From there one can head Riga Castle, on the banks of the Daugava. It is now the official residence of the Latvian presidents and it contains a number of museums. Head to Klostera St. and you will find St. Jacob’s Catholic Church in the original Gothic style. Not far away is the House of Three Brothers, a building whose façade dates from Riga’s Mediaeval Period, dating back to the 15th century. ON walking down Smilsu St. one will come to the circular site that is the Powder Tower (17th century), home of the war museum. From there, after walking down Basteja Bulvaris you will reach the Monument of Freedom built in 1935. Returning along Kailku St., after turning on Meistaru St., you will see two neo-Gothic buildings. These are wonderful structures that once housed the various asociations that regulated the activities of craftsmen, created by two artisan families. On Skārņu Street is the Lutheran Church of St. John built in the 13th century. A little further on you will come to an attractive red brick building that is the Lutheran Church of St. Peter, built in the 15th century. It is crowned by an ancient iron needle from where there is a fabulous view of Riga.
In the City Hall Square a magnificent Gothic building will surprise you, a 14th-century structure called the Blackheads House, a nickname that was given to the congregation of bachelor merchants that frequented this place. Last but not least, near the central station stands the Central Market (Centraltirgus), a traditional market in the old hangars for zepellins dating from 1930, which also happens to be a fantastic place to meet people from Riga, and gives one the sensation of travelling back through time.
For a more complete tour, visit the new city on the outskirts of Elisabetes St. just around the corner.