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It is easy to realize why this hotel is #1 in Tripadvisor. Location couldn’t be better, right in the middle of the old town but still on a quiet street, especially if you don’t book a room on the street side. Everything is more than...More
Neiburgs Hotel is in the heart of Old Town Riga. Very close to good restaurants, shops, points of interest and the Christmas Market.
Room was spacious for 3 adults. With large windows, high ceiling, comfortable beds, sitting area, kitchenette with a dining area, coffee/tea, and...More
Lovely place. Right in the middle of the old town. Both the common areas and the rooms were absolutely charming. Rooms are large and beautifully decorated. Staff very professional and friendly. The restaurant is a plus.
Neiburgs hotel was a delight experience from I first sat foot in the lobby until I left 5 days later. The room was spacious with a very good bed, comfortable sofa and a great bathroom. The atmosphere in the hotel was relaxed and the staff...More
This hotel is great. Staff is really friendly, nice and polite.
Breakfast was tasty with a large variety.
The room was great. It was large and clean with a sofa and two beds as well as a deal for you to place your laptop on...More
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.