Hotel "15th Avenue" 15 Gedimino ave. Vilnius, Lithuania

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15th Avenue - Hotel in the Center of the City

15th Avenue – a new, cosy, 3* plus family hotel with 15 rooms situated in the centre of Vilnius, at Gediminas Avenue.
Many of the rooms overlook Gediminas Avenue, and some of the others have a view to a quiet courtyard.

The hotel is situated in a very convenient location if you’re going to visit the most famous and beautiful tourist points of Vilnius.

It is within just a few minutes’ walk from the main tourist attractions of the capital city, such as the Gediminas Castle, the Cathedral Square, the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre, the Congress Palace, and the National Drama Theatre.

Vilnius city centre is a great choice for travellers interested in churches, history and architecture. Around 15th Avenue hotel you will find plenty cafes, restaurants, night clubs, bars and a variety of shops.

The hotel can be reached from the airport by public transport or taxi.

Stylish hotel rooms feature individually controlled air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and safes.

Each room has kettles for you to enjoy a warm cup of tea or coffee. All rooms have showers, and hair dryers for your convenience.

The reception desk is open around the clock.

Most Popular Rooms

Vienvietis kambarys

Superior Single

Bed1
Guests2
Wireless internet (WiFi)fee
Breakfast at the property€ 6 per person per night
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Klasikinis dvivietis kambarys

Classic Double

Bed1
Guests2
Free WiFiYes
Breakfast at the property€ 6 per person per night
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Information about Vilnius

Vilnius – Lithuanian capital of the Republic, the administrative, cultural, political and business center. Here, the President, the Parliament, the Government, the Supreme Court, located in the diplomatic service, education, culture, science, medical institutions, banks.

Population: 526,356 Ethnic composition: 59.4% Lithuanians, Poles 23%, Russians 10.3%, other 7.3%

Territory: urban area – about 400 square kilometers. 20.2% is developed and the remainder is green (43.9%) and water (2.1%).

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