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The former private mansion is said to have once housed some of Lithuania’s most influential families The former private mansion is said to have once housed some of Lithuania’s most influential families

Historic Hotel Pacai Approaching Opening Date

The cobbled streets of Old Town Vilnius will shortly welcome Hotel Pacai, the latest incarnation of one of the Lithuanian capital’s best-known 17th century mansions.

Housed within the Grand Duchy of Lithuania-era former Palace of Pacai, the hotel includes 104 guest rooms.

Anticipated to open this May, the property also offers four state-of-the-art conference spaces, a bar, 38-seat bistro and fine dining restaurant headed by Danish culinary entrepreneur Claus Meyer.

Guests will be able to enjoy a full spa and gym, while the address’ central courtyard is anticipated to host cultural events.

Consisting of four interconnected historical buildings forming an inner courtyard, the structure was converted by Lithuanian architect Saulius Mikštas who preserved historical details, including original frescoes and 16th century statues, also incorporating sleek modernity via ample marble and fresh colour.

Blending authentic 17th century baroque grandeur with contemporary design, the building was once owned by nobleman Kazimieras Mykolas Pacas (1624 – 1682) a high-ranking member of the military also known for funding the construction of Vilnius’ baroque St. Peter and St. Paul Church.