Our hotels awaits you there!

GOOD STAY Hotels Group is organization of 3 and 4 stars hotels and restaurants in largest cities in Latvia.

You can visit and stay at our hotels in 4 Latvia’s most beautiful cities –  Jurmala, Sigulda and Daugavpils.


European Capital of Culture 2014

A significant part of the attractions of Riga - House of the Blackheads, St. Peter's Church, the Cathedral of St. Jacob and many others are concentrated in the heart of the city - the Old Town, where the streets are still lined with cobblestone and where the medieval character of the city is strongly felt. Modern nightclubs, luxurious restaurants and very comfortable Riga cafes with live music and the famous coffee with Riga balm – this is Riga, with its own unique flavor.


City on the wave!

Jurmala – the city with sandy beaches, surrounded by century-old pine trees, fresh sea air, hospitality and European service. There is the world famous concert hall “Dzintari” in Jurmala, which is a platform for many concerts and festivals – “New Wave”, “The Singing KiViN”, week of high humor «Comedy Club» certainly leave unforgettable impressions.


Third Europe’s Best Big-Time Small Destination 2014

Sigulda has been recognized to be the third in beauty small city in Europe according to the survey results of the portals.Sigulda has received the title “Latvian Switzerland” for its beauty. Attractions, beautiful nature and historical sites annually attract hundreds of thousands of tourists. And winter Sigulda became the center of ski tourism - Sigulda open skiing and bobsled track. Turaida Open-Air Museum in Sigulda is one of the most popular museum complexes in Latvia.


Discover Latgale

Daugavpils is the largest city in the eastern province of Latvia - Latgale. Beautiful, green city with the provincial charm. This is the city with rich and diverse history. It is definitely worth visiting the Temple Hill in Daugavpils - the place, where the temples of 4 religious denominations coexist. The main place of interest of the city is the Dinaburg Fortress from the early XIX century.