Pine Resort is nestled in the scenic seaside town of Saulkrasti, with the iconic White Dune just 500 metres away, making the area ideal for picturesque beach walks. Having undergone a partial renovation in 2018, the hotel provides a modern stay complete with free WiFi, secure private parking, and rooms furnished with balconies, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, and well-appointed private bathrooms. In addition to these amenities, guests are treated to beach bags and towels for a hassle-free beach experience.
The resort also boasts an inviting lobby bar and a restaurant, which in the summer extends its services to a lovely terrace setting. Families with children will appreciate the dedicated kids' menu at the restaurant, as well as the children's corner and outdoor playground, not to mention the extra babysitting services on offer. Located a stone's throw from the Bicycle museum of Saulkrasti, and just 1 km from the city centre, the hotel's prime location is underscored by guest reviews. Many rave about its proximity to the Baltic sea and praise the fantastic walking trails and sandy beaches, especially the White Dune. Feedback also highlights the excellent on-site restaurant, the clean and comfortable rooms, and the friendly and accommodating staff. However, some guests noted minor inconveniences, like slow WiFi and discrepancies in the sauna pricing.
Minhauzena Unda is a modern and comfortable establishment, perfectly situated next to a forest and merely 300 metres from the Baltic Sea, providing guests with unrestricted beach access. Nestled amid pine trees and rhododendrons in the well-known seaside resort of Saulkrasti, the hotel boasts amenities such as a café, sauna, children’s playground, and state-of-the-art conference facilities. Accommodations are equipped with TVs and showers. A special highlight for history enthusiasts is its connection to Baron Munchausen (Münchhausen) - known for his tall tales about his adventures and who spent a significant amount of time in Latvia. A museum in his honor lies just 15 km away, ranking among the most frequented museums in Latvia and hosting the Baltic countries' largest schooner exhibition.
Guest reviews consistently praise the quiet, clean, and pleasant environment, touting it as great value for the price. Many highlight its prime location in a private area with complimentary parking and the beach's proximity. Friendly and responsive staff make the stay more welcoming. The hotel's serene setting amidst pine forests and its proximity to the sea have earned commendations. However, some reviews pointed out minor issues like the lack of breakfast included in some packages, weak WI-FI, and room isolation concerns. Overall, visitors appreciate the comfortable beds, clean rooms, and the relaxed ambiance that Minhauzena Unda offers.