Housed in a 16th-century mansion with period furniture, restored frescoes, and an atmospheric cellar restaurant with brick arches, Narutis Hotel is a graceful and charming walk through history. The ideal base from which to explore Vilnius Old Town, the hotel offers one-of-a-kind guestrooms, a Turkish bath, underground spa, and a summer terrace where you can dine on Lithuanian tasting menus.
- 50 unique guestrooms and suites are decorated with original 18th-century frescoes
- Savor a hot buffet breakfast of local specialties in the hotel’s Cellar Restaurant
- Indulge in a massage at the underground spa with a Jacuzzi, sauna, and Turkish bath
- Dine on traditional cepelinai dumplings at Restaurant Narutis
- Explore the cobblestone streets of Vilnius Old Town on foot from the hotel’s central location
- Visit Trakai Castle in style in a chauffeur-driven Mercedes Benz S-Class
After a day exploring the cafés, museums, and cathedrals of Vilnius Old Town, retreat to Narutis Hotel to unwind beneath the spa’s revitalizing cascades. Sink into the Jacuzzi, or float in the sparkling swimming pool. The bare brick archways of the spa, located in the basement, create a cool, peaceful ambiance for relaxation.
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The 50 guestrooms and suites in this 16th-century building each of have their own charm. Different layouts and décor are available, from large family rooms that have a separate living area to classic double rooms with authentic Gothic arches. Historic elements are incorporated throughout — restored frescoes, cozy carpets, and wooden beams — and mix marvelously with modern amenities such as marble bathrooms with Gilchrist & Soames toiletries, a minibar, and air conditioning.
A porter will deliver your luggage to your room, and the daily turndown service keeps the plush beds fresh. Room service, complimentary on-site parking, and childcare services are available, plus the front desk can help with laundry and arrange tours as well as ticket reservations. The hotel also has three grand halls for meetings and events. To get around in style, book a chauffeur-driven Mercedes Benz S-Class, available 24-hours a day.
The restaurants at Narutis Hotel offer historic settings and Old Town views. Breakfast is served on white-clothed tables beneath the brick arches of the cellar, while you can have lunch and dinner in either Restaurant Narutis’ antique dining room or on sofas and tables on the cobbled streets outside.
Restaurant Narutis – The flamboyantly floral décor and period-style furnishings in the hotel’s main restaurant create a sophisticated atmosphere for dining on a menu of traditional Lithuanian and Mediterranean cuisine.
Bar Narutis – A selection of desserts, snacks, and organic teas are available at this bar with a classic British-inspired décor, in addition to Champagne, aperitifs, and cocktails for an atmospheric evening.
Cellar Restaurant – Set within the 16th-century arches of the hotel’s cellar, this cavernous restaurant serves a hot buffet breakfast — complimentary to guests — using fresh ingredients from local farms.
Terrace Restaurant – During the warm summer months, the Terrace Restaurant opens up on the main street as a casual place for cold beers and Lithuanian dishes such as potato pancakes with cottage cheese sauce.
Start your day with an early morning workout at the underground spa, and then use the swimming pool, sauna, Turkish bath, and Jacuzzi. Peruse the artworks and 18th-century frescoes throughout the building and then take a look at the commemorative memorial plaques on the hotel’s façade. The names of the former residents — famous scientists, writers, and university professors — tell the story of the building.
Out in Vilnius, stroll toward the Lithuanian Art Museum, and then stop for a craft beer and local lunch of kibinai (a pastry stuffed with mutton and onion) at one of the outdoor cafes in Town Hall Square. Spend the afternoon at the National Museum of Lithuania and Vilnius Cathedral, and then visit either the Hill of Three Crosses, or take the funicular up to Gediminas’ Castle Tower. From the top, you can get spectacular views of Vilnius’ stunning red roofs and Gothic buildings.
Narutis Hotel is on the main street in Vilnius, close to the Vilnia River and within easy walking distance of the city’s main attractions. The Presidential Palace and Town Hall Square are a five-minute walk away, while Gediminas’ Castle Tower and the National Museum of Lithuania are ten minutes by foot.
Vilnius International Airport is 4 mi / 6 km from the hotel, about 15 minutes away by car.