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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.