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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Austeja

Built in year:

2000

Check in time:

14:00

Check out time:

12:00

Number of bars:

0

Number of conference rooms:

1

Number of floors:

3

Number of restaurants:

1

Number of rooms:

22

Opening hours (reception):

24h

Renovated in:

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 You can hear the sea wash from the window and children’s crow from the yard; rooms are filled with sunlight; this is a house filled with peace and coziness – all of this is hotel "Austeja" in Palanga. The hotel is situated in the perfect place, in the central part of the resort, and only a few minutes on a small winding path through piny dunes separate you from the sea.
 
You can hear the sea wash from the window and children’s crow from the yard; rooms are filled with sunlight; this is a house filled with peace and coziness – all of this is hotel "Austeja" in Palanga. The hotel is situated in the perfect place, in the central part of the resort, and only a few minutes on a small winding path through piny dunes separate you from the sea.

In hotel "Austeja", the following awaits you:

  • 22 spacious, light, and cozy rooms, which are perfectly tailor-made for a family rest;
  • A café-bar with a summer outdoor terrace;
  • A conference hall;
  • Relaxation in free-time:
    • sauna;
    • billiards;
    • table tennis;
    • excursions;
    • discounts at Femina Bona SPA house and baths complex (hotel "Palangos vetra", S.Daukanto str.35, Palanga).

Also, for Your accommodation:

  • A closed car park (observed by video cameras);
  • Wireless Internet;
  • Transportation services while meeting and seeing off guests (from/to airport, bus and train station);
  • Clothes laundering/ ironing services;
  • Rent of safes;
  • Sale of souvenirs.
You can hear the sea wash from the window and children’s crow from the yard; rooms are filled with sunlight; this is a house filled with peace and coziness – all of this is hotel "Austeja" in Palanga. The hotel is situated in the perfect place, in the central part of the resort, and only a few minutes on a small winding path through piny dunes separate you from the sea.