The quaint and cobbled streets of Old Town Vilnius are home to the first Design Hotels™ member property in the Baltic region — a design knockout in the form of Hotel PACAI. Set squarely in the center of Lithuania’s capital, Hotel PACAI offers a culturally-rooted stay reflecting the virtues of this singular destination: historic, charming, and vibrant in spirit. Regarded as the most magnificent mansion of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the 17th century, today’s incarnation as a private mansion offers 104 spacious guest rooms, two conference spaces, SPA and gym, a lounge bar, and two distinctly Baltic dining outlets. Occupying the Palace of Pacai, a former private mansion where some of the most influential Lithuanian families used to reside, Hotel PACAI arises as a sophisticated urban retreat. Blending authentic 17th-century Baroque grandeur with contemporary design, the treasured building was once owned by national legend and the cultural ambassador of Lithuania, Kazimieras Mykolas Pacas (1624– 1682). Consisting of four interconnected historical buildings which form an inner courtyard, the structure was converted by Lithuanian architects and designers whose preserved historical details like original frescoes and statues from the 16th century and brought in sleek modernity in the form of abundant marble and a fresh color palette.
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