Hotels in Jūrmala - a leisure and tourism hub
An ideal location for your Latvian business venture, Jūrmala is the second largest city in the Latvian Republic and is situated on the stunning Baltic Coast. The city is also located within easy reach of international transport hubs, including Riga International Airport, Passenger Port and Railway Station. When you book your hotel room, Jūrmala and its business scene will be opened up to you, as will its enviable leisure amenities.
What is special about the city?
The city of Jūrmala is in fact composed of several seaside township, threaded together by over 30 km of white-sand beaches. Much of the architecture here is constructed in the Art Nouveau style, whilst Jūrmala is also situated near to a natural phenomenon, the sulphurous mineral Kemeri springs. Jūrmala has additionally been awarded a 'Healthy City' status by the World Health Organisation, for promoting well-being in its population.
What is business life here like?
Jūrmala's economy is composed mainly of the tourism and service sectors, although a high number of real estate companies are based here. Historically an important industrial city, the other side of Jūrmala's commercial scene is its stunning coastal resort district. Jūrmala has a proactive administrative approach to sustainable development, offering the business community a variety of sophisticated support structures. These include facilitating access to funding from the European Union, business incubators, and a competitive business events calendar. Foreign investors can be confident in finding access to all the resources they need to launch themselves in Jūrmala's dynamic business scene.
What leisure activities can I look forward to, when I book a Jūrmala hotel?
The white-sand beaches found across Jūrmala's coastal townships are a perennial draw. For business travellers, the city's spas and wellness centres are particularly appealing, whilst a world-class programme of classic and contemporary productions can be enjoyed at the National Opera and Ballet of Latvia (LNOB), just down the road in Riga. From your hotel, visit Jūrmala City Museum and Open-Air Museum, both great places to gain an insight into the city's heritage, whilst the House of Artists always has at least two art exhibitions running concurrently. Jūrmala also boasts an exciting culinary scene. 36.Line is an excellent upmarket restaurant that offers contemporary Latvian dishes, served alongside fine international cuisine. Enjoying a peerless location looking onto the sea in the Dubulti district, Orrizonte is another top choice.