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Global hospitality company Hilton’s upper-midscale hotel brand Hampton has opened its first property in the Latvian capital Riga.

The hotel will be managed and operated by Apex Alliance Hotel Management, which is also managing 11 hotels from different brands across four countries.

The 189-room Hampton by Hilton Riga Airport is located five-minute drive away from Riga Airport and around 20-minute drive away from Riga Old Town.

The hotel also provides fee-based shuttle service to and from the airport.

Besides, guests can easily access the Baltic Sea beaches of Jurmala, which is 20 minutes away from the hotel.

Hampton by Hilton Riga Airport features a lounge with a-round-the-clock bar and fitness centre, all-day dining menu and a business centre.

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Guests can avail facilities, such as free Wi-Fi and complimentary breakfast during the stay in the new hotel.

The hotel provides spacious parking zone which can accommodate up to 90 cars, along with six electric vehicle charging stations.

Hampton by Hilton Riga Airport general manager Tereze Vecvanaga said: “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.”

Construction of Hampton by Hilton Riga Airport, which started in December 2020, was undertaken by Latvia-based general contractor and complex modern buildings construction specialist UBP Group.

I Asset Management, a Lithuanian asset management company overseen by the Bigbank Latvija and Bank of Lithuania, has invested more than €14m in the hotel’s development.

Last year, work on the £7m extension of the Hampton By Hilton Hotel on South Shore in Blackpool, the UK started.

Construction is being undertaken by Create Developments and is expected to take about 53 weeks to complete.