Set on a luxurious royal residence in Vilnius, Lithuania, Hotel Pacai was formally a residence to Lithuanian nobles. Today, Hotel Pacai lets you live like royalty during your stay. The Baroque palace houses 104 guest rooms and a 40-seat eatery lead by Noma co-founder Claus Meyer and a curation of Baltic dishes inspired by locally found seasonal ingredients. Hotel Pacai was built in 1677 and is clad in Baroque style architecture, including an overflow of ancient statues, authentic artifacts, a mysterious staircase and a restored outdoor courtyard. Hotel Pacai has been restored with a modern twist, including a full-service spa, lounge and brasserie. The Baltic hotel is the epitome of luxury.
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