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Stikliai hotel
Room type 1 persons (Eur.) 2 persons (Eur.) 3 persons (Eur.)
Standard single room 190 EUR -- --
Standard double room 250 EUR 250 EUR --
Double Business class room 280 EUR 280 EUR --
Junior Suite 380 EUR 380 EUR --
Suite 550 EUR 550 EUR 550 EUR
Prezident suite 1100- 1350 EUR 1100- 1350 EUR 1100- 1350 EUR
Family suite 650 EUR 650 EUR 650 EUR


Number of bars: 1
Number of conference rooms: 1
Number of restaurants: 1
Number of rooms: 44
 
Strolling through Vilnius Old Town, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you cannot miss the Stikliai Hotel. Housed in an old building with baroque and gothic features, the hotel stands at the intersection of five lanes in the heart of the Old Town, the former Jewish trade quarter, at 7 Gaono Street. A listed building, the hotel is close to Vilnius University, the President Office and the Town Hall, and is surrounded by churches, museums, restaurants and gift shops.

The hotel got its name from Stikliu Street, on which many craftsmen had their workshops in the 15th and 16th centuries. Glass-blowers (Stikliai in Lithuanian) also had small shops there, where they sold their wares.

In the 17-18th centuries the building belonged to the Catholic Church, which had opened a tavern there and rented the apartments to the rich merchants. The house had suffered from frequent fires and had undergone several reconstructions. The recent reconstruction was carried out by the new owners-the Stikliai Company.

Nowadays it's nicely decorated hotel of charm and warmth, it's refined interior is like a small castle in Vilnius' old town.

Being located in the old town area, the hotel is easily accessible from the International airport and is within 5 minutes walk from the centre of the city.

Strolling through Vilnius Old Town, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you cannot miss the Stikliai Hotel. Housed in an old building with baroque and gothic features, the hotel stands at the intersection of five lanes in the heart of the Old Town, the former Jewish trade quarter, at 7 Gaono Street.