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  • Reviews: 1

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guest house: Vila uosis

I was in Palanga Vila ash. I really liked the service. Very tidy rooms. I would say not expensive and really good service. You can see www.vilauosis.lt

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Beaches, Seniors, Family Travel
  • Written April 24, 2010
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  • TravelingTomas profile photo TravelingTomas
  • Reviews: 8
Rooms for Rent

If you are traveling on the main highway going into Palanga, you will experience quite a sight. Scores of people park on the side of the road and are waiving signs advertising rooms for rent. If your in a car and pull over, get ready to see people running towards you and surrounding your vehicle trying to get your business. The law of supply and demand states that if there are only a few of you and so many of them, you probably can get a good deal for a nights lodging. Those arriving by bus can sometimes find people waiting at the bus station offering rooms. Although I did not stay in any of the rooms, I did hear that the accomodations are quaint and not exactly like staying at a hotel but for those traveling on a budget, it may be a good way to go.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Backpacking
  • Written July 22, 2009

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  • Reviews: 5

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Pajuro Guest House: Serene Quaint and Perfect!

Wow! What a fantastic place! Some hotels tend to take pictures of the best they offer like an expensive suite or amenities that cost extra. The Pajuro Guest House just offers the best. It is labeled a 3-star hotel, but could easily compete with a popular 4 or 5 star accommodation. For 70 euro our deluxe double room included a full size deck, in-room wireless internet access, a short 100 meter (5 minute) walk to the beach within a beautiful nature park, a 300 meter walk (15 minutes) to the boardwalk into the Baltic Sea, bathroom/shower floor heating, cable TV, free car parking, two wardrobes, a mini fridge, and a small pantry that includes kitchen dishes and drinking glasses/mugs. There is also an electric kettle to make a nice cup of tea (provided in the room along with sugar) or instant coffee. There is a separate terrace for guests to enjoy breakfast coffee and a beautiful display of nature surrounding the entire guest house. Everything within and surrounding the guest house created a cozy room environment for perfect relaxation. During our stay we heard nothing but birds singing and the sound of the ocean waves. It was amazing.

There is not a restaurant adjacent to the guesthouse as there would be in a typical hotel. There is a 5-star hotel next door, however, their prices start at $20 or 25 euro per plate. Entrees are more expensive than that. There is a place to eat maybe 300 meters away that serves great pizza and traditional Lithuanian food in a relaxed/casual atmosphere. It's a beautiful walk to get there on a pedestrian road surrounded by large trees and old buildings.

Everything about this stay was fabulous. Its location couldn't be better - right in the middle of mother nature and a 3 minute walk to the beach, which is also beautiful with its white sands and boardwalk. With just a small double deluxe upgrade, we had everything we needed to relax.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Beaches
  • Written October 12, 2008

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  • Reviews: 5

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Pajuro Guest House: Serene Quaint and Perfect!

Wow! What a fantastic place! Some hotels tend to take pictures of the best they offer like an expensive suite or amenities that cost extra. The Pajuro Guest House just offers the best. It is labeled a 3-star hotel, but could easily compete with a popular 4 or 5 star accommodation. For 70 euro our deluxe double room included a full size deck, in-room wireless internet access, a short 100 meter (5 minute) walk to the beach within a beautiful nature park, a 300 meter walk (15 minutes) to the boardwalk into the Baltic Sea, bathroom/shower floor heating, cable TV, free car parking, two wardrobes, a mini fridge, and a small pantry that includes kitchen dishes and drinking glasses/mugs. There is also an electric kettle to make a nice cup of tea (provided in the room along with sugar) or instant coffee. There is a separate terrace for guests to enjoy breakfast coffee and a beautiful display of nature surrounding the entire guest house. Everything within and surrounding the guest house created a cozy room environment for perfect relaxation. During our stay we heard nothing but birds singing and the sound of the ocean waves. It was amazing.

There is not a restaurant adjacent to the guesthouse as there would be in a typical hotel. There is a 5-star hotel next door, however, their prices start at $20 or 25 euro per plate. Entrees are more expensive than that. There is a place to eat maybe 300 meters away that serves great pizza and traditional Lithuanian food in a relaxed/casual atmosphere. It's a beautiful walk to get there on a pedestrian road surrounded by large trees and old buildings.

Everything about this stay was fabulous. Its location couldn't be better - right in the middle of mother nature and a 3 minute walk to the beach, which is also beautiful with its white sands and boardwalk. With just a small double deluxe upgrade, we had everything we needed to relax.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Beaches, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written October 12, 2008

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  • yumyum profile photo yumyum
  • Reviews: 2683

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Vila Silelis: Central but not always quiet guests

This former sanatorium is a family owned small hotel.

I wasn't impressed by the breakfast. I thought it meagre and you cannot sit where you want.

Some Russian guest were very loud and their kids run up and down the corridors and screamed late at night. There wasn't always hot water either.

Double room cost 150 Litas. They also have suites.

They have a garden. Laundry can be given to be washed. One load (unironed) cost 10 Litas. Car parking possible.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 21, 2005
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Vila Silelis


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  • vysnaite profile photo vysnaite
  • Reviews: 412

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General info

My advice: when you're in Lith buy in your pocket guide "Klaipeda" there you'll find about most important Seaside resorts including Palanga. Here it costs 4lt (1$!) but information is invaluable. They list main hotels and accommodations, for beginning it's great! places to eat with descriptions, until you find your own favorite place!

The house where we often stay and rent rooms. Accomodation:you can live in hotels, or rent at private people. personally I prefer to rent at private people this is the place where I usually stay when I'm there.

How to find them - It would be very good to have some local friend there, that he'd be able to speak Lithuanian and to deal about everything. local prices for locals are about 20 Lt per night for one bed, depending on many aspects. You can find very various prices from 15- 300 Lt and more.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Study Abroad
  • Written May 16, 2004
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Staying at locals


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  • ginte profile photo ginte
  • Reviews: 720

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...up to your choice: Accommodation...

There are lots of hotels, rest homes, guest homes, also camping sites etc. For detailed information contact Palanga tourism information service. Address, website and e-mail are given below.

We were lucky to rent the same room as we had rented 5 years ago at the same place at the locals:) That was a great coincidence! We really enjoyed that place as the owners are very friendly and nice, and you have all you need for your holidays there, plus a nice environment and the house was quite close to the sea.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Business Travel, Family Travel, Arts and Culture
  • Written December 15, 2003
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The enviroment of a place we've rented a room


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Milda's: Private rooms

One can actually risk showing up in Palanga without anything booked even in peak season. Arriving with an express bus from another town there are several people waiting offering you a private room. The only drawback is a possible communication problem as some people don't speak English. I talked to a lady in my poor Russian but I thought the price too high - 90 litas for one person, so I walked away as I couldn't cope with so many landladies. A little bit further on the way to the tourist office in the bus station area I was approached again and ended up with a room for 50 litas with use of common fridge and kettle, plates, mugs and cuttlery in the room. Milda speaks very good English as she lived in Canada for 8 years.

If travelling solo, keep in mind that you have to pay for a private room the same as for 2 persons.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written September 14, 2003

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  • Reviews: 412

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Places to stay: Websites

websites for accommodation research:

http://www.palanga.lt/content.php?lang_id=3&tree=-3|19|134

http://www.palangatic.lt/?param=-3|15|124

http://www.palangatic.lt/?param=-3|15|263

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Study Abroad, School Holidays
  • Written June 12, 2003
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Various

You can find various types of accomodation, from luxury hotels to good deals on staying at locals. Price depends on the quality of services and the place. At locals you can find very cheap accomodation, but sometimes the room is not so good, the shower, bath and the kitchen is for common use. Private hotels , B&B an appartments are generally good, prices are European, let's put it this way (times of cheap and good accomodation are over).
If you search a room at the locals, before agreeing take a look at the offered place, ask about the bathroom and etc.
In summer it's better to book in advance, especially if you are going for a week-end.

in the picture **** hotel..

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Business Travel, Budget Travel, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written April 3, 2003
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