Guests wishing to enjoy Riga's history will love staying in this historical hotel, which occupies a hostel that opened its doors to guests in 1435. Renovated in 2005, this hotel has a total of 11 rooms over 3 floors and is named after a former mayor of Riga, Nikolaus Eke. Eke constructed the guesthouse at the end of the 16th century for widowers of the city's craftsmen who were then accommodated here for more than 300 years. The building has retained its impressive vaults, ancient facade and original walls. The lobby offers a 24-hour reception and a hotel safe. Room and laundry services are also available.