The tables and chairs in the restaurant are space-wasters. Some seats are impossible to use, thus breakfast guests circulate looking for somewhere to roost, despite every second table being empty. At the very least, some narrower tables are needed. I recommend that that a couple of dozen of the staff should attempt to sit concurrently at every available place, then to imagine what would happen when a random 10% decide to visit the rest rooms.
Throw in a couple of infants and toddlers and the result would be chaos.
Thankfully, the restaurant adjoins a cafe, so the overflow has somewhere to go.
This 3-star establishment is well worth an upgrade, which I am sure they will apply for when the current renovations are completed.
We came from a 3-star in Jekabpils and the comparison was more than stark... it is fair to say that there is no comparison. This hotel is a gem, right in the heart of the city, quiet, comfortable, served by a professional restaurant. My only wish was that we could stay another day or more.
Parking was on a side street, but it was safe and accessible. When the renovations are completed, more secure parking will be available.