The first member of the Design hotel group to open in the Baltics, Hotel Pacai is a stunning former palace in the Baroque style.
It was once the residence of the noble Lithuanian Pacai family, and the building dates back to 1677.
Stunningly renovated, the historical architecture is now combined with wonderful modern design, all based on the 16-17th-century "bon-vivant" lifestyle.
Located in the heart of Vilnius' Old Town on Didžioji Street, it is perfectly located for those wishing to explore Lithuania's capital city during the day and then retreat into ultimate comfort at night.
Designed with authentic local details and sleek, modern comfort in mind, the hotel's rooms range from comfortable Artist's Studio with a king bed or twins, to the Artisan's Atelier with a balcony and views onto the historic courtyard, and finally the spacious Countess Room with high ceilings and luxurious details. There is also a range of suites on offer.
Take advantage of the delicious food at the hotel's restaurant Nineteen18, along with a brasserie and bar, and guests who want to truly unwind can make use of the Pacai Spa, which offers tailored wellness and beauty treatments.