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Former Ķemeri Sanatorium Building

Ķemeri Hotel is a masterpiece of the architect E. Laube (1936). Previously it was a sanatorium with a very wide range of resort and medical services. Stylistically, the hotel is one of the brightest examples of neo-eclecticism in Latvian architecture.

It was built with state funds and cost LVL 2.5 million. This is a five-storey building in the classicism style with columns and pilasters. At present, internal premises are under reconstruction and, therefore, visitors can view this piece of architectural art from the park.

 
56.949043, 23.499516
Services: 
  • Guide service available
Amenities and Features: 
  • Access for disabled people
  • Free parking
Last updated: 16.04.2014