Hotel Pacai Opening in May
Scheduled for May 2018 – 104 Rooms
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 ambassadorof Lithuania, Kazimieras Mykolas Pacas (1624-1682). Consisting of four interconnected historical buildings which form an inner courtyard, the structure was converted by Lithuanian architect Saulius Mikštas who preserved historical details like original frescoes and statues from the 16thcentury and brought in sleek modernity in the form of ample marble and a fresh color story.
As the passion project of a team of local architects and designers, Hotel Pacai showcases deep ties to this fascinating destination. Here, on the main artery of the medieval Old Town, the striking classicist facade will house 104 individually design guestrooms, the 38-seat casual bistro and 43-seat "new Baltic" restaurant by Claus Meyer that will be destination in its own right, a full spa, a gym, and four state-of-the-art conference facilities. The center courtyard will showcase a series of artistic events, solidifying this new cultural beacon of the Baltic.