To visit Hotel Narutis Vilnius, a member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, is to discover a treasured destination with narrow cobbled streets curving around the medieval walls of a great European city. Quaint buildings are framed by the picturesque rolling hills that are dotted with castles and ruins of a distant time. Ancient legends come to mind in a landscape like this, yet here, arising from its misty river, great stories of knights and warriors, royalty and persecution, are all blended together into the authentic history of the capital city of Lithuania – the medieval city of Vilnius.
Hotel Narutis Vilnius finds itself in this destination of many charms. From the brilliantly hued fabrics to the custom-made Lithuanian furniture, from the mesmerizing panoramic views of Gediminas Castle to the tranquil inner courtyard, each historic detail of this 16th-century building has been carefully preserved. At one time a home to scholars and professors from the nearby university, Hotel Narutis Vilnius is now the gracious host to distinguished guests from around the world and in the center of a verdant landscape that often serves as a desired filming location for Hollywood movies and critically-acclaimed television series, including History Channel’s Barbarians and Barbarians II, the blockbuster movie, Defiance, and the HBO miniseries, Elizabeth I.
For centuries Lithuania has captivated visitors with remarkable historic charm and cultural beauty. From being an unknown Baltic Republic to hosting blockbuster film locations, Lithuania serves a reminder that history is still well-preserved in Eastern Europe. Hotel Narutis Vilnius is part of that history, and its 16th-century building with its frescoes, wall paintings, and views of Old Town, are a quiet tribute to its past and an open welcome to its future. Here on Pilies Street, guests discover a Vilnius gem, a quaint boutique hotel that prides itself in catering to guests in a grand way.
Narutis Hotel, a charter member of Historic Hotels Worldwide since 2011, dates back to 1581.
Pilies st. 24
The Renaissance, 1450 ~ 1600
To visit Hotel Narutis Vilnius, a member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, is to discover a treasured destination with narrow cobbled streets curving around the medieval walls of a great European city. Quaint buildings are framed by the picturesque rolling hills that are dotted with castles and ruins of a distant time.
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