Enjoy the contemporary comfort of the Clarion Collection Hotel Valdemars, in the heart of culturally rich, historic Riga. The hotel, which was completely renovated in 2006, dates back more than 100 years and is a prime example of Riga's unique Art Nouveau architecture. All our guests can enjoy a delicious buffet breakfast, as well as our comlimentary Afternoon Sweets and Evening Meal here at the hotel.
Located in the heart of Riga, Clarion Collection Hotel Valdemars is just a few minutes' walk from the Old Town, where you can stroll among charming restaurants and cosy little cafés. And Riga's main attractions, like the Latvian National Museum of Art and Alberta Street - famous for its Art Nouveau buildings, are also nearby.
Evening Meal and Afternoon Sweets included
We want to make things easy for you, so all our guests can enjoy coffee and tea with something sweet in the afternoon, as well as a daily Evening Meal featuring a main course, soup and salad. This is always included in the price of your room. You can read more about our restaurant opening hours under Services.
A tranquil oasis in the middle of Riga
Several of the hotel's historic features have been preserved, including decorative lamps, old trunks and charming wooden staircases. During the summer months, you can enjoy a cup of coffee in our peaceful, sunny courtyard, while the busy city of Riga bustles along just outside.
Bring your colleagues to the charming city of Riga for a conference in stunning surroundings! Guests can enjoy our central location and the convenience of our tasty Afternoon Sweets and delicoius Evening Meal every day. Our conference facilities include two beautiful meeting rooms and a suite. You can find further information and details of how to book here.
Our relaxation area has a wonderfully serene atmosphere, with a Turkish sauna and a relaxation area, where there'll always be something refreshing to drink.
Med en fascinerande hundraårig historia i väggarna
Clarion Collection Hotel Valdemars has a long and dramatic history. The owner's great-grandfather bought the building in 1901, but had to flee to Sweden after World War II. Like all other private properties, it was confiscated during the Russian occupation and one of its uses was as a residence for senior KGB generals. When Latvia regained independence in 1991, the building was returned to its Swedish-Latvian owners, who could begin transforming it into the charming and intimate hotel it is today.
Golf in Riga
Riga has a thriving golf scene, and we’ve managed to secure guest discounts at several golf clubs in and around Riga. Whether you're here for business or pleasure, we can offer some great deals on Riga's popular golf courses.