- Reviews: 2701
We arrived in Klaipeda without having booked accomodation in advance and we realised that most accomodation was already fully booked.
As Hotel Viktorija is listed in almost all travel guides and gets mixed reports we decided to have a look at it.
I usually don't write reports about places were I haven't stayed, but only from the outside Hotel Victorija looked very run down and some dubious characters were hanging around.
Room prices seem to be very cheap, but you probably get what you pay for. So be warned.
- Reviews: 104
"Europa Palace": In the heart of down town
The Europa Palace Klaipeda is located in a restored, historic building in the center of the city where one of Lithuania’s best-known hotels was operated more than 100 years ago. The hotel overlooks the Dane River and the romantic “Old Town” of Klaipeda.
It’s superb location, unrivalled service and comprehensive facilities makes the Europa Palace Klaipeda Hotel the ideal choice for both business clients and those enjoying a holiday on the spectacular Baltic Coast.
Very good location in the central squere of down town, surrounded by good restaurants, pubs, 5 minutes walking distance to ferry to get to the Baltic Sea beach ( by ferry 10 minutes).
- Reviews: 104
Radisson SAS: The best and most Expencive
It is best rated hotel in Klaipeda. It is situated in the center of Klaipeda, 10 minutes for a walk to the down town. Nice interior, friendly crew, but quite expencive. Bigest Jazz Starts of the world live in this hotel during Klaipeda jazz Festival.
This first-class hotel has 75 rooms decorated in an authentic turn of the century New England Maritime style. The bright blue and red maritime theme is threaded throughout the entire building, creating bright and playful atmosphere in the hotel.
- Reviews: 2747
Palanga Camping: Palanga Camping
A few kilometers north of Klaipeda is the town of Palanga. South of it are several campgrounds. We stopped at the first we saw. It was quite cheap (3.50 €) but not very clean. Showers and washbasin were open air so that everyone could watch you brushing your teeth or even showering. Toilets were without water and it smelled offensive. I tried to avoid using them.
Unfortunately heavy rain set in in the evening and we couldn't go swimming in the Baltic Sea, which is only 100m away from the campground.
- Reviews: 907
On my several visits to the area I used various types of accommodation. There are campgrounds near Palanga a few km north of Klaipeda. In Klaipeda itself I had a very good B&B which I got through the agency LITINTERP. It was in the northern part of the town in a fine house with garden, a German speaking host, a nice room and a fantastic breakfast.
There is now also a new campground at the Couronian Spit near Nida. Thank you for this info, Ginte!
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