Hampton by Hilton debuts in Riga while the first Radisson Collection opens in Tallin.
These openings mark the beginning of both brands in the Baltics, Latvia for Hampton by Hilton, and Estonia for Radisson Collection.
Hampton by Hilton Riga Airport
Opened on April 11, 2022, the 189-room property is located very close to Riga Airport, which means that it will be a really convenient hotel for transit passengers and late-night guests. There is a fee-based shuttle service to and from the airport available for guests.
The hotel is located near from the historic Riga Old Town, a Unesco World Heritage Site. The hotel is also located close to the Riga Plaza shopping complex, and to the Baltic Sea beaches of Jurmala.
The property features a lounge with a limited all-day dining menu, a 24-hour bar and fitness centre, as well as a business centre. There is also a parking zone with spaces for 90 cars, including 6 electric car charging spaces utilizing the future-proof EV charging solution.
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. 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.
Tereze Vecvanaga, General Manager, Hampton by Hilton Riga Airport
Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn
The opening of the hotel follows an extensive 25 million Euro renovation. Located on Rävala boulevard in Tallin, the medieval cobblestoned Old Town of this Unesco World Heritage Site city.
The property features 287 rooms and suites including Family Rooms, Suites and Junior Suites with access to fitness and sauna facilities, and Premium Suites overlooking the old town. There is also a panoramic Presidential Suite. The relaxation area is situated on the fourth-floor.
The interiors designed by local architect, Argo Vaikla, are meant to create an atmosphere inspired by Estonian forests, with natural elements and photographs by Kristoffer Vaikla.
The hotel features two restaurants, a rooftop restaurant and bar, ISSEI on the 24th floor, and MEKK on the first floor. ISSEI serves Japanese-Peruvian cuisine and is the first restaurant to offer Nikkei concept cuisine in the Baltics while MEKK serves Estonian-inspired dishes.
It also includes a conference center on the second floor, which has been completely renovated and offers eight meeting spaces, the largest accommodating up to 300 people. All eight rooms are named after cities where Radisson Collection hotels are located.
The opening of Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn is a milestone achievement for us, as we introduce our luxury lifestyle brand to this culturally rich city and region. Radisson Collection properties embrace and represent the local culture and design wherever they are located, and this is true here at Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn as well. Guests will be able to discover Estonian art, design, and photography which are on display throughout the hotel.
Ain Käpp, CEO of HMP Hotellid OÜ