This is a hotel that would benefit from more investment and more active management.
Despite visiting in mid June, there seemed to be very few staff in evidence.
Breakfast was simple and choice was low. There was no restaurant in operation and so we walked into town to a burger joint in a shopping area. Access to upper rooms is by the stairs, so if you have difficulty climbing stairs with your luggage, you might wish to stay elsewhere.
Rooms are tired and in need of refurbishment. Things are fairly clean but with such old, tired and simple fittings and furnishings, its hard to make them look great.
This is a convenient stop-off point rather than an area you would wish to visit.
I don't wish to be unfair, and it seems likely to me that this is a fairly typical example of what you may find in Latvia, which is coming out of Soviet satellite status and has a long way to go before meeting Western infrastructure standards.