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Radi Un Dragi Hotel

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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.

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