Jewel of Latvia! Liepaja, luxury 2 bedroom penthouse. Home cinema, sauna, terrace

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms


Located on the Baltic sea in Liepaja, Latvia, this exclusive, luxurious penthouse apartment is ideal for a romantic get-a-way or special celebration. Enjoy looking down from the terrace, at life in the old town, whilst you listen to music with outdoor Bose stereo speakers on two terraces. Enjoying a bar-b-que in summer, or have drinks on the terrace, during cooler days sitting under outdoor heaters. Nothing gets any better than this!

The LuxLoft is huge, with two bathrooms, one includes a sauna. It is designed by Judith Abraham. It was featured in the British, Guardian Newspaper and several pages were devoted to the stunning apartment in Deco Interiors Magazine. On the mezzanine floor there is an office area, day bed, ideal for reading and relaxing, and a double bed, ideal for 1-2 extra guests (restricted height)

The second bathroom includes a Finnish Harvia Elegant Sauna and Italian Cesana shower. Two outdoor Heated Terraces, Bar-b-que and Bose piped outdoor music flows from the Huge Entertaining Area, which has Home Cinema and Arcam surround sound music system. Wi-Fi. Underfloor Heating to enjoy through winter, Lutron Mood Lighting and real Log Fire, relaxing Chromotherapy Sauna are to indulge the senses. It is perfect in summer as well as in winter

During winter enjoy sitting by the central real open fire, whilst enjoying the comforts of luxurious living with underfloor heating throughout the apartment

Stunning five metre high ceilings with roof windows full of light & Eero Aarnio Bubble Chair add to the atmosphere. Located in the old town of Liepaja and featured in Deko Magazine this vacation holiday apartment is regarded as the most luxurious apartment in Latvia. This is the place for serious romantics! The Boffi kitchen & Miele appliances will ensure the champagne is chilled to the right temperature. The beach is five minutes walk from the apartment

Liepaja, Latvia:: The population of Liepaja region is 140, 000 and makes up almost half of all Kurzeme region, which is located in the west of Latvia on the Baltic coast. It is a thriving area and benefits from a low tax environment. The main industries include metal processing, textile, food, paper production and ship building. The port in Liepaja is ice free which facilitates transportation between the west and east, including Russia. Liepaja itself has a population of 87, 000 and has a history dating back to the 13th century. It is stunning city, regarded to have the largest collection of still erected wooden buildings. The street lamps overflow with floral displays, plus large flower displays in the shapes of animals are scattered throughout the town. It has several bridges spanning the canal and also has its own tram system

There is a local market in this thriving town where one can admire the stunning flowers to purchase as well as fruit & vegetables, locally made clothing and much more

Attractions:: Sail into Liepaja yacht harbour. Local tourist attractions include the Museum which is very interesting and has a wonderful collection of relics from the local area. The building it is housed in is absolutely beautiful, and worth a visit, just to see the architecture. It houses a magnificent staircase which winds up three floors. The entire central atrium is panelled in wood. On the upper section is a permanent collection in the Art Gallery showing the breadth of Latvian artistic merits and includes a room dedicated to a guest artist. The Promenade Hotel, one of the several hotels in the town, also has an an art gallery and Latvian artists' work is featured and changed regularly and is available for sale. The town continuously hosts classical and rock music festivals, in particular the entire months of July and August is taken up with a music beach party plus a Rock Festival. The local theatre has events throughout the entire year
Make sure you visit the newly built Great Amber Concert Hall and admire the stunning architecture and golden coloured glass windows. Designed by Austrian, Graz architect Volker Giencke

Attractions: You can visit nearby Karosta, which is a former military base from Tsarist and Soviet time. In the same location is the stunning Russian Orthadox Church to explore which was a Cinema during the Russian occupation! Some of the churches are interesting: one of which is Holy Trinity Church which houses a stunning organ and intricately detailed interior. One can walk up the tower and enjoy panoramic vistas over the old town. The town is also abundant with beauty salons. For people wishing to be pampered, whilst not spending a fortune. There are tennis courts for hire by the beach, The wide beach area is made up of the whitest fine sand in the Baltics, with no buildings situated on it. It is Blue Flag Accredited. The water from the Baltic is relatively shallow and therefore very warm and ideal for swimming. There are many restaurants to choose from and the kitchens are usually open until very late in the evenings. The nightclub by the canal, Fontaine Palace, is open 24 hours a day

The apartment was featured in The Guardian Travel Newspaper titled: Stylish Holiday Destinations Eastern Europe


  • Internet
  • Parking
  • Heating
  • Elevator
  • Accessible
  • TV
  • Laundry
  • Dishwasher
  • Fireplace


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