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Euterpe
Room type 1 persons (Eur.) 2 persons (Eur.) 3 persons (Eur.)
Standard single room 64 EUR -- --
Standard double room 84- 104 EUR 84- 104 EUR --
Junior Deluxe 130- 137 EUR 130- 137 EUR --
Deluxe room 157 EUR 157 EUR --


Built in year:
 2006
Check in time:
 14:00
Check out time:
 12:00
Number of bars:
1
Number of conference rooms:
1
Number of floors:
Number of restaurants:
1
Number of rooms:
23
Opening hours (reception):
24

"Euterpe" - the business class hotel, located at the heart of „Old Town“ Klaipeda.

Euterpe – was one of the Muses, the daughters of Mnemosyne, fathered by Zeus. In Greek mythology called the „Giver of Pleasure“ she was a muse of music and lyric poetry. She was frank to everyone who wished to share their feelings and thoughts.

After visiting us You will be astonished by the perfect reconciliation of architecture of different ages. You are welcome to stylish, elegant and cosy luxury, double and single rooms. Also You will find here the room equiped for disabled people, modern conference hall, restaurant and other wide spectrum of services.

Cosiness, comfort, high quality of services, friendly and kind staff will prove: Hotel Euterpe – is special for You!
 
Services provided at hotel:
  • Professional massage;
  • Mini sport hall;
  • Car parking place;
  • Meeting at the airport (by Your request);
  • Taxi call;
  • Trasport lease;
  • Conference hall;
  • Non smoking rooms;
  • Lift;
  • Press;
  • First aid;
  • Restaurant (service to the room);
  • Territory is equipped with the picture transmission cameras;
  • If needed room security alarm system is switched on;
  • Mini bar, safe;
  • Cable TV;
  • Internet, telephone;
  • Fax, copying;
  • Air condicioning system (luxury rooms);
  • Laundry and cleaning;
  • Booking tickets;
  • Excursion booking;
"Euterpe" - the business class hotel, located at the heart of „Old Town“ Klaipeda. Euterpe – was one of the Muses, the daughters of Mnemosyne, fathered by Zeus. In Greek mythology called the „Giver of Pleasure“ she was a muse of music and lyric poetry.