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Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)
Gallery Park Hotel (HS)

Riga, Latvia

Gallery Park Hotel (HS)

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Description

You are booking a double standard room for two people in collaboration with Hotel Swaps. Upgrade options are available after booking at an extra cost.

Riga is an increasingly popular destination for a city break. While not as busy as neighbouring Stockholm, it boasts a world famous Old Town with intricate Hanseatic and Art Nouveau architecture, and a history stretching from the Middle Ages to the still palpable spectres of the Soviet Union.

Welcome to an exquisite Gallery Park Hotel & SPA 5-star Luxury Boutique Hotel. Located in Riga historic center, this 19th century mansion - UNESCO World heritage building, is a Latvian State Monument. The Hotel lies ideally in Art Noveau area 3 minutes walking distance to Riga Old town surrounded by three Riga’s parks. International embassies, banks, Ministry of Foreigh Affairs of Latvia, governmental institutions are all neighbouring the Hotel. The Riga Congress Hall and Latvian National Museum of Art, opened this year after intense reconstruction, are situated just accross the street.

The Hotel features a swimming pool, on-site secured underground parking, a Gallery SPA with sauna and fitness room, hotel’s private Mercedes S-class & Viano fleet, restaurant Renomme rated among the 5 best restaurants in “The European 50 best Restaurants”and Art-deco Gallery Bar open 24 hours. Gallery Park Hotel & SPA interior design is really unique.

Most of the Hotel's premises and rooms have high hand-painted ceilings, firepalces and beautiful antique chandeliers. Some bathrooms offer a beautiful view over the Latvian National Museum of Art and some rooms feature private balconies with outdoor furniture. Our frequent guests especially appreciate the real value of the Hotel's premises in combination with an impeccable professional service.

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PLEASE NOTE: This property is available to Third Home members through a collaboration with HotelSwaps and, as such, each stay is governed by their Terms and Conditions which can be found here: https://hotelswaps.com/guest-terms-conditions-3rd-party.

The exchange fee and Keys are only refundable in the event of cancelation by the Hotel. If a Guest Member cancels their reservation, for any reason, there are no refunds available.

PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT THE HOTEL DIRECTLY FOR THIRD HOME BOOKINGS. If you have any questions about this property and weeks please email: hotelswaps@thirdhome.com

The booking is for a standard double room. The room details and photos shown here are indicative of the property and not necessarily of the room that you will be staying in.

By booking this property you acknowledge that you are responsible for paying any potential local city and tourism taxes related to your stay at the time of check out.
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Property Details

Size

Condo with 1 level
1 bedroom, 1 bath, 0 square feet

Bedrooms

King
2 guests maximum

Nearest airport

Riga International Airport (RIX)
16 min by car

Property View

City views

Property ID

20326


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Activities of Interest

  • Arts
  • Shopping
  • Walk around the Art Nouveau district - To the north of the Old Town. There the red brick and grey stone of the Old Town is replaced by tall, colourful late 19th-century buildings with a wealth of sculptured details.
  • Drink Riga Black Balsam - Riga’s traditional drink is a liqueur made with many different plants mixed in vodka.
  • Go on a free walking tour - As a bonus, you get to learn all of the hidden facts you wouldn’t have learnt from just looking at the monuments or reading about them in a guidebook.
  • Central Market -have a look at this market just to see the buildings that house it—five pavilions built upon old German Zeppelin hangars in Art Nouveau style. it’s the largest market in Europe so there’s a good chance you can find unexpected treasures.
  • Walk around the Art Nouveau district - To the north of the Old Town. There the red brick and grey stone of the Old Town is replaced by tall, colourful late 19th-century buildings with a wealth of sculptured details.
  • Drink Riga Black Balsam - Riga’s traditional drink is a liqueur made with many different plants mixed in vodka.
  • Go on a free walking tour - As a bonus, you get to learn all of the hidden facts you wouldn’t have learnt from just looking at the monuments or reading about them in a guidebook.
  • Central Market -have a look at this market just to see the buildings that house it—five pavilions built upon old German Zeppelin hangars in Art Nouveau style. it’s the largest market in Europe so there’s a good chance you can find unexpected treasures.

Places of Interest

  • Admire the view from St Peter’s church - Riga has many churches and even a few cathedrals, but the view from St Peter’s spire is unbeatable.
  • The Museum of the Occupation of Latvia - recalling the period from 1940 to 1991 when Latvia was occupied by Soviet Russia, then Nazi Germany, and then Soviet Russia again.
  • Riga Ghetto and Latvian Holocaust Museum - The staggering length of the list of victims gives an idea of how much suffering Latvia went through in the twentieth century.
  • The Sun Museum is a rather odd museum entirely dedicated to how different countries and cultures view the sun.
  • Admire the view from St Peter’s church - Riga has many churches and even a few cathedrals, but the view from St Peter’s spire is unbeatable.
  • The Museum of the Occupation of Latvia - recalling the period from 1940 to 1991 when Latvia was occupied by Soviet Russia, then Nazi Germany, and then Soviet Russia again.
  • Riga Ghetto and Latvian Holocaust Museum - The staggering length of the list of victims gives an idea of how much suffering Latvia went through in the twentieth century.
  • The Sun Museum is a rather odd museum entirely dedicated to how different countries and cultures view the sun.

Reviews

Great location, full of history

We had a very nice time at the Gallery Hotel Park. The hotel is beautifully situated, on the edge of Riga's old town, and is surrounded by many parks. There are many attractions, cafes and restaurants within walking distance of the hotel, and we very much enjoyed having a central base to come back to, after our daily excursions. The hotel is full of character; it was converted from a neo-classic mansion dating back to 1875, and still boasts many attributes of its past grandeur. The staff is very courteous and helpful, and definitely added to our positive experience there.”

MarkJune 2018

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