Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Hotel Aiguablava or Parador AB Spain ?
  2. 2 Is it really 100 degrees F. in Paris???
  3. 3 lake garda or lake como and how many nights
  4. 4 Itinerary help: beach in Turkey?
  5. 5 Shortest return to Paris (or somewhere else you loved) after coming home
  6. 6 Need help with Vatican and Colosseum Info. PLEASE!
  7. 7 Buy back lease program?
  8. 8 Trip Report Welltravbrit's London Sojourn - An Ongoing Trip Report
  9. 9 Last minute London hotel recommendation needed
  10. 10 RailPass England / Scotland?
  11. 11 Oh no, yet another Alhambra ticket-timing question
  12. 12 €2500 for full day boating outing on Amalfi coast?
  13. 13 One night between Marseille and St.Remy?
  14. 14 Must do/see in Rome
  15. 15 Almafi Coast Vs. French Riviera
  16. 16 Trip Report Iceland - a brief trip report
  17. 17 Eiffel Tower - look at it, eat there, or go up
  18. 18 Musee D'Orsay or the Louvre
  19. 19 South of France - a big place... looking for advice!
  20. 20 Need help for itinerary with 4 yr old
  21. 21 Best way to deal with large, cash-only lodging bill - Amsterdam
  22. 22 two weeks trip to Switzerland and French Rivwra
  23. 23 Considering change in Mid-Italy itinerary
  24. 24 Day trip suggestions from Beaune, France & Burgundy
  25. 25 Croatia/Slovenia itinerary
View next 25 » Back to the top

Radi Un Dragi Hotel

Jump to last reply

Just returned from Riga and wanted to mention that I wish I had listened to an earlier post on fodors (can't remember from who) that recommended getting a twin room there rather than the double due to noise (apparently, the twins rooms face inside, not the street). It was our last stop so I wanted one bed, rather than two, so I didn't ask for a twin room when we booked. Big mistake. I'm not sure I've ever stayed in a hotel where the street noise was so loud. The rooms are right on a side street with many bars and two hostels. When people leave/return home after a night of drinking, they scream and yell. Also, the bars pump out loud music so whenever someone opens a door to go inside or leave the bar, you can hear that noise as well. We traveled with another couple that had the same problem.
So, I post this so that no one else will make the same mistake. Make sure to ask for a room that does not face the street side, but inside. And, you might even be able to push the beds together in a twin room, not sure...Otherwise, the location of the hotel is great and we really liked it...It is just the noise factor.

3 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement