Two new hotels have opened their doors in Vilnius over the past two months, driving the hotel boom currently taking place in Lithuania’s capital. The 4-star Courtyard Vilnius City Centre by Marriott and the Design Group’s 5-star Hotel Pacai are the latest properties in the city, representing just a small part of the 2,000+ rooms to be added to the city’s current offering ov over 5,000 rooms by 2020.
Opened this April in the city’s rapidly expanding business district located just steps away from the Old Town, the Courtyard Vilnius City Centre by Marriott is perfect for business travellers. With 199 spacious and well-equipped rooms, a 24/7 self-service business centre, and a restaurant with terrace and cosy bar, the brand new hotel has a lot to offer. The Courtyard by Marriott property is also equipped with a Meetings and Events Centre with space for over 200 participants.
Vilnius’ newest 5-star property opened its doors this month. Housed in a repurposed Old Town mansion dating back to the 17th century, the Baltic States’ first Design Group hotel blends modern and traditional aesthetics. Hotel Pacai features 104 rooms and suites, two restaurants, four meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 120 delegates.
Vilnius will welcome a handful of other global accommodation brands between now and 2020, including an Accor Group hotel, two Hilton properties, a Clarion hotel and a Radisson Red. Moreover, the Radisson Blu Lietuva is currently undergoing an expansion project to add a 459-room extension by July, making it the largest hotel in the city. The majority of these new hotel offerings will be located in walking distance from the Vilnius Congress Centre, which itself is slated to open in 2022 along the banks of the Neris River just opposite the Old Town.