There’s only one city in the world where you can sleep with yogis on Monday, rent an artist’s studio on Tuesday, and slumber under the stars on Wednesday. Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital, already stuns with its medieval old town and offbeat attractions but choosing a one-of-kind accommodation experience rounds off a trip to this Baltic city. These are the most unique hotels and Airbnbs in Vilnius that’ll inspire you to stay in.
Check Into These Unique Accommodations in Vilnius, Lithuania
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Mai Ram Yoga House
The retreat adheres to the Nath yogi tradition that weaves philosophies from Buddhism and the Shaivism branch of Hinduism. Guests are welcome to enroll in a class or participate in guided meditations or other wellness pursuits – no yoga experience necessary. The property restaurant offers a health-conscious vegetarian menu with vegan options. Fragrant curries and hearty soups will chase away the winter chills whereas summer revolves around chugging green juices in the Balinese-inspired garden.
Evenings are hushed to ensure a yogic sleep but the restaurants and bars of Savičius Street are around the corner if you fancy letting your hair down over a brew.
Rates from: $65/night
After a pampering wake-up scrub with luxe grooming products, it’s downstairs where a scrumptious sweet and savory buffet will prime the stomach for a day of exploring. There’s a nice little bar onsite which is handy for starting a night out.
On top of the awesome decor, the Artagonist Hotel is a hop, a skip, and a jump from Town Hall Square, the Church of St. John, and Gediminas’ Castle Tower.
Rates from: $108/night
St. Palace Hotel
Wake up to a generous assortment of Lithuanian pastries fresh from the oven and eggs the way you like them at Medininkai. The buffet is cleared away in time for a post-sightseeing libation or a bite to eat at the bar before heading out to explore the Vilnius nightlife. Room service is available if you feel like pulling on your pajamas and streaming a movie.
The St. Palace Hotel’s prized location in between the town hall and the Gates of Dawn pilgrimage site makes getting around Vilnius a doddle.
Rates from: $111/night
Artisan Airbnb in Užupis
The kitsch kitchen is thoughtfully equipped with a Smeg fridge and oven plus a starter pack of spices. There’s a desk in the bedroom for the remote workers and free parking for a rental. As a one-bedroom rental, the home is most suitable for a solo traveler or couple although the sleeper couch will accommodate a third guest.
Situated on the right bank of the Vilnia River, the autonomous region of Užupis is one of the smallest republics in the world. The district heaves with indie cafes, boujee boutiques, and art galleries.
Rates from: $83/night
Set in a former 400-year-old Discalced Carmelite convent, this boutique hotel melds the Baroque architecture with cozy comforts. The 48 guest rooms were once monastery cells although they’ve transitioned into the 21st century with televisions and blazing-fast Wi-Fi for scoping out what’s on in Vilnius. Select rooms have views of the chapel or Saint Teresa Church.
The hotel comes with all the usual amenities: a 24/7 front desk, luggage storage, car rental, and laundry. Breakfast is served in the ground floor refectory and guests are welcome to roam the courtyard or poke around the halls – provided they’re not hosting one of their many conferences or banquets.
The location is central enough to avoid the bus yet far back enough from the hotspots to guarantee a restful night.
Rates from: $85/night
Each of the geodesic domes sits in an exclusive plot and comes with a private terrace and wood-fired hot tub where you’ll ogle beautiful sunsets and eavesdrop on chattering birds. Under-the-bed storage maximizes the sense of space and lavish internal seating areas keep you toasty when temperatures drop. The domes have a sophisticated kitchen in addition to a barbecue grill for al fresco suppers. Not down for cooking while on vacation? Organic breakfasts, light lunches, and gourmet dinners are made to order at an extremely reasonable price point while you treat yourself to an in-dome massage.
Flick your cell into airplane mode and seize the opportunity to breathe and detox at this luxury retreat in nature.
Rates from: $107/night