Riga, Latvia’s capital, is a city that has enthralled locals and tourists for centuries. Its picturesque old town, complete with its collection of Art Nouveau buildings and informative museums, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.
Visitors, whether they arrive for business or pleasure, should be sure to visit some of the city’s most impressive landmarks, including Riga Castle, situated on the bank of the River Daugava, and the Freedom Monument, commemorating those who died during the Latvian War of Independence.
Those looking for somewhere to stay when exploring Riga’s many highlights would be wise to consider Radisson Blu Latvija Conference & Spa Hotel, the biggest conference hotel in the Baltics. The hotel’s location in the city centre means the most popular sights are just a few minutes walk away, while the onsite leisure facilities, including a spa centre and casino, ensure that there’s plenty to do without even stepping foot outside the hotel.
Corporate travellers staying at the hotel will have access to a conference and event centre that is more than 3,661sq m in size and has 16 adaptable, state-of-the-art meeting rooms capable of hosting 2,500 people. Conference rooms are fitted with high-speed internet, a top-quality sound system and HD projectors.
With 571 rooms and suites, the Radisson Blu Latvija Conference & Spa Hotel has enough different types of accommodation to ensure all travellers are catered for. Even so, the Radisson Hotel Group has more to offer, boasting seven hotels within Riga. Clearly, it’s not just the city’s wonderful landmarks that will leave visitors spoilt for choice.
Link to the Radisson Blu Latvija Conference & Spa Hotel