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1 week ago
“Cute place with beautiful landscapes”
Jun 11, 2018
“Worth the drive to visit the palace”
Mezotnes pils | Mežotnes pagasts, Bauskas novads, Mezotne 3918, Latvia
+371 63 960 711
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The palace itself is a hotel and allowed to see only 1st floor where is almost nothing to see. But do not loose the chance to have a short walk to hillfort across the river. There used to be a fort on 9 to 13...More

Thank AcostaLA
Reviewed 11 June 2018

The palace is so well kept and decorated in a way that the light in each room makes everything so magical. Would love to host a party in there. The surroundings are so quiet and peaceful. Makes you wish you could stay there forever.

Thank Charmaine G
Reviewed 26 October 2015

But I think you have to stay at the hotel situated in the palace in order to do so. Very beautiful...

Thank anneEstepona
Reviewed 20 October 2015

Mezotne Palace (Mezotne Pils in latvian) is a very special place. It was built in 1797-1802 and is a truly beautiful example of Classicism architecture. It was then restored to perfection and is now a splendid hotel surrounded by a green park by the river....More

Thank Fhinn
Reviewed 21 September 2015

We spent one night here and it was a marvelous experience. There was a wedding going on in the front area and we watched from a small balcony and sipped our wine and toasted the happy couple. Our room faced the opposite side, facing fountains...More

Thank AlaskaMomofTwo
Reviewed 1 September 2015

The palace is in an hour driving from Riga, part of the road is unpaved but not bad. The place offers an hotel, which is highli recommended necause of a rare possibility to stay in a really historical building, actual palace. The restaurant is good,...More

Thank yevgeni0
Reviewed 15 June 2015 via mobile

The restoration is tremendous. Trompe l'oeil ceilings were breath taking. Museum rooms are sparsely furnished. The parkland setting and wider landscape are a pure celebration of idyllic scenery. It's a great second stop in your day but on its own its not worth a destination...More

Thank Sharon v
Reviewed 4 June 2015

Wonderful stay - rooms are nice and dinner was outstanding. Breakfast was a feast for a king!! The area around the hotel was perfect for walking.

Thank ceg51
Reviewed 16 September 2014 via mobile

Mežotnes Pils is beautiful palace with lovely garden. Hotel is amazing, peaceful and quiet. Hotel offers different rooms. Recommend to stay

Thank Anita R
Reviewed 11 August 2014

Partially destroyed by Soviet artillery in World War II and renovated, extensively, in the C21st and re-opened as a hotel. The interiors are bright (polished) but have an almost insubstantial film-set quality. The gardens are laid out to the design of an English Park -...More

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