Building of the spacious, in those days modern hotel Liva was started in the beginning of 1960 in the centre of city Liepaja - in the place where the municipality building stood before the war. The hotel opened its doors for the first visitors in 15 January 1966. At that time the hotel was very popular among the high-ranking Communist Party officials, however, the inhabitants of Liepāja were barred from the stay there. After regaining independence in 1991 the management of the hotel was replaced and during the next 9 years it functioned as the municipality enterprise. The hotel was privatized by Joint Stock Company Livas viesnīca in 1999. Its reconstruction started in 2000 without any interruption in the operation. It resulted in the current appearance of Līva. Boasting 111 rooms Līva still is the biggest hotel in Liepājā and one of the biggest in the whole region of Kurzeme. During its more than 40 years long existence Līva has become one of the identification symbols of the city. It has been able to maintain its excellent hospitality traditions and stable values through the decades. So, today in the centre of the historical village Liva there lies a hotel, the name of which is as a small monument dedicated to the ancient fishing village that was located here 8 centuries ago. Also the name of the restaurant Upe [The River] was chosen, thus creating certain interrelation with the old village Liva on the bank of the River Liva.
- Address:Lielā iela 11, Liepāja, LV-3401
- Phone:+371 63420102
- Fax:+371 63480259
- Languages spoken:
- Rooms total:111
- Payment methods:
- Credit/debit card
- Access for disabled people
- Car parking
- Pets allowed
- Workshops and conferences
National Rehabilitation Centre „Vaivari” is an ideal place for successful medical rehabilitation – not only because of its beautiful surrounding nature, woods and the sea, the within easy reach distance from the capital and all the other parts of Latvia, but thanks to the fact that it is an up-to-date medical institution with well equipped new technologies and professional staff.
Hotel “Latgale” has been built in 1991 and it is famous among other buildings in Rezekne, because it is one of the highest edifices in the city.
There is guarded parking lot with video surveillance that is especially useful for those who is travelling with bikes. There is also a room for people with special needs.
The hotel is placed in the area where a new business center is on the development and many of the largest Latvian enterprises and shopping centers have their position. The location is ideal both for business people and for guests who are interested in cultural objects because Latvian Ethnographic Open-Air Museum is just in 10 minutes driving distance. If your plans include visiting Riga, you are very welcome to stay at the hotel, where cozy hotel rooms, delicious meals in the restaurant Sunny on the first floor with terrace, lovely evening with jazz music in the only jazz hall in Riga Sunny Terrace is guaranteed. The hotel is easy accessible for those who come to Riga with car from Helsinki and Tallinn.
The six-floor hotel features 140 guest rooms with interesting interior with the style of the sixties, including various colors, light decorations and sparkling design featuring dark wood furniture.
We offer for you and for your guests of 75 cosy and comfortable rooms of various categories. From our side we offer the favourable prices for all year!
The hotel is the only member of “The Leading Hotels of the World” and “Virtuoso” in Latvia and has been voted as Latvia's Leading Hotel for 6 years by the body of World Travel Awards; winner of the Seven Stars and Stripes Award.
All 56 guest rooms are elegantly furnished in beautiful shades of beige and blue, feature high-speed wireless and cable internet connection, air-conditioning, minibar, safe, flat screen TV, electronic Virtual Hotel system and other amenities. Pet friendly. Bathrooms feature heated floor, bathtub with shower, hairdryer, scales, slippers, bathrobe and exclusive toiletries.
Hotel Kolonna Hotel Riga has 41 rooms and can accommodate 100 guests at one time. The change in the style of houses was significant, instead of renaissance elements, facades were now designed embracing the features of classicism.
Tirgoņu street – as one of the most important streets in Riga was mentioned already in the 13th century. First information about buildings on this street was found in the documents dating back to the 14th century when German merchants built here close to the Dom square living houses. Over the years plenty reconstructions were made there, the most important in the seventies and eighties of the 18th century.