The hotel reception is impossible to find, if you don't speak
Latvian (luckily, I do), as the signs in English are written with so
many mistakes, you just don't get what they're actually
meant to say.
The staff, when you finally manage to find them, speaks very poor English (which would have caused big issues, if I had left my partner to sort our stay), and was generally very fidgety (?).
The room we stayed in was very dated, which we wouldn't mind, as long as it had been cleaned. Well, it wasn't. We hadn't seen such a dirty place calling themselves a hotel in our lives.
Starting from the bed throw, that had been drawn on by a child (we thought it must be achild, but you never know, eh?), continuing to pillows that were at least 30 years old (or at least, you'd think so by all the marks on them!) and the sheets, that had seen better days,and then to the bathroom that had dead bugs and flies on the windowsill and black layer of mold in the shower cubicle.
To add on, the bathroom sink just wouldn't drain at all, the room had a window going out to the top of the communal staircase, which meant- if the light was left on in it, our room would be lit even in the middle of night, we were given two single duvets for a double bed, the staff just kept walking up and down the stairs and corridor all night long, whilst carrying a big bunch of keys, and kept slamming the reception door, that was right next to our room, making the whole experience as being in a weird prison.
Oh, and the TV remote doesn't work, and neither does the TV itself, really.
And don't hope for soft towels, that could be changed on request, as they don't have any to provide, nevermind, for them to be clean and fluffy, and matching in the first place.
I've probably forgotten to mention something, but you get the feeling, I hope.
STAY AWAY FROM THIS PLACE!!!
The only thing to like about this place is the location and, if
you're lucky, the free parking outside.