Hampton by Hilton marks inaugural opening in Riga
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The Hampton by Hilton brand has debuted in Latvia’s capital with the opening of Hampton by Hilton Riga Airport.
This brand-new property places guests within easy reach of the largest airport in the Baltics.
A prime location
Together with Apex Alliance Hospitality Management, Hilton has opened the 189-key Hampton by Hilton Riga Airport, just a five-minute drive from the airport with shuttle transfers also available.
As well as being conveniently located for Riga’s airport, this property is only 20 minutes from the UNESCO World Heritage designated Old Town, just 15 minutes from Riga Plaza shopping complex and 20 minutes from Baltic Sea beaches.
The hotel’s bright, comfortable guest rooms are joined by shared spaces including a lounge with all-day dining menu, 24-hour bar and fitness centre. Business travellers are also catered for with a business centre providing space to work.
Guests staying here benefit from services and amenities including a free hot breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi and use of a parking zone with electric car charging spaces.
In terms of its design, the hotel represents the look and feel of each hotel in the Hampton by Hilton collection, providing a familiar environment for guests.
“Our hotel offers services and solutions for demanding taste – high-quality accommodation and the latest technologies that will allow every guest to discover the best solutions for their needs,” said Tereze Vecvanaga, general manager, Hampton by Hilton Riga Airport.
“We believe in the recovery of the hospitality industry, and our aim is to drive the demand by being the best-valued and best-priced choice on the market.”
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