Jurmala is a resort town located on the Latvian coast of the Baltic Sea, in the Gulf of Riga. The city is half an hour’s drive away from the capital of Latvia - Riga, and less than half an hour’s drive from Riga International airport.
Jurmala can be described as a polycentric, linear city between the Gulf of Riga and river Lielupe, formed of several historical fishing villages which from the 19th century onwards have transformed into seaside resorts. Its main focus nowadays is on leisure and its related programs - retail, cultural, entertainment, and health – which are mostly clustered around several centres, most notably Dzintari and Dubulti, to the east of the site. Most of the city’s current built fabric consists of historical private summer houses, a substantial part of which are considered listed buildings of various levels of importance.
On the territory of the site there are a boarding house, household building, two storage rooms, paved paths, lawns and trees. The hotel was built in 1987 and partially reconstructed. In 2000, it was built recreation complex with swimming pool.
- Land area: 15,041 m2
- Premises area: 7 681.2 m2
- Main building area: 5 558.2 m2; outbuildings: 2 123 m2.
- Number of floors in the hotel: - 10 ground floors, 1 underground floor, outbuildings - 2 floors.
- Total number of rooms - 123
Amenities: gas, electricity, water supply, sewerage, boiler room. Restaurant, bar, pool, tennis courts, a swimming pool complex with Jacuzzi, sauna and Turkish bath, whirlpool, fitness room, conference room, parking, etc.
The project is at the design stage of detailed planning. The reconstruction program of the object is developed.
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