All of the popular sights of Riga, such as the Latvian National Opera, Dome Square, St. Peters church, as well as a range of art galleries, restaurants and shops, are just a few minutes walking distance from the hotel.
Since its opening in 1994m, the hotel Radi un draugi has been owned by the British Latvian foundation Daugavas vanagi.
We look forward to welcoming you to the hotel Radi un draugi!
The classically decorated restaurant Radi un draugi offers its customers breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The breakfast in restaurant is served to the hotel customers and other guests every day from 7am till 11am.
From 12pm, additionally to the standard menu, the restaurant Radi un draugi offers a special business lunch.
Cancellation Policy: 3 days, late cancellations and no shows will be charged the amount of the first night
- In order to proceed with your reservation we require valid credit card. The remaining amount of the reservation will be preauthorized and charged on arrival date of the booking by Travelmed Hotels Group. For non valid credit cards you will receive an e-mail notification. We require your reply and valid credit card details within 3 working days. If you do not provide valid credit card details within 3 working days your booking may be cancelled as a result.
You have up to 3 days prior to arrival to cancel the reservation without charge. If the reservation is cancelled within 72 hours prior to arrival you will be charged 1 night stay. Same day cancellations, no shows or early check out will result in 1 night charge.
Check in: 13:00
Check out: 11:00
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