The reception staff were friendly throughout our visit, but their miserable cousins in the restaurant/breakfast room reminded us we were in a Baltic country. Our bedroom (double, with single bed for our 11 year old son) was huge, with wooden floor and floor to ceiling French windows & balcony. Strange oval pod shaped shower room protruded into our room, and there was no hot water on the first night, but otherwise the facilities were great. The drunk patriot marching up and down outside at 4.30 - 5.30am singing what sounded like the national anthem was not the fault of the hotel management, but the loud drunken argument the following night in the hotel foyer presumably was. We were expecting to see blue lights at the window at any moment, but eventually peace broke out. Breakfast was huge, varied and somewhat bizarre to Western European tastes - 1970s style canapes, with piped fishy goo on ritz-type biscuits, roast potatoes, frankfurters, barley gruel, pepper and onion salad, but also toast, smoked salmon, cereals, soused herring. The old town was a good 15 mins walk, through modern but attractive tree-lined shopping streets down towards river. A fascinating city, cheaper but not as pretty as Vilnius.
Traveller from Staffordshire
Located in the heart of Kaunas, this hotel is within walking distance of Vytautas Magnus University and Vytautas the Great …More
This was the perfect place to stay--completely modernized historic building in the charming Old Town, which I enjoyed walking around in. Be sure to check out the history museum, which has prehistoric and Roman artifacts all the way up to 20th century items.
Alan from Texas
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to History Museum of Lithuania Minor, Theatre Square, and Old Ferry …More
Friendly staff, clean and comfortable room, lovely town, couldn't be better. One piece of advice - book an airport taxi through the hotel because it costs only 100 litas. Someone I know recommended her boy-friend Vadik who charged twice that.
Peter from Reading, UK
Situated in Klaipeda, this hotel is close to Theatre Square, Old Ferry Terminal, and History Museum of Lithuania Minor. Also …More
As all two days I did stay my own and this was my first visit to Klaipeda I felt very welcome.
Also have been provided with lots information about city and places where to visit and lots help about best travel to nearest town.
Iveta from England
Located in the heart of Klaipeda, this golf hotel is near the beach and within walking distance of Theatre Square and Old …More
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