In pictures: Hilton Garden Inn opens in Lithuania

The Hilton Garden Inn Vilnius City Centre has events facilities and a rooftop terrace and is the brand's first property in the country.

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The 164-bed Hilton Garden Inn Vilnius City Centre has just opened in Lithuania’s capital city, Vilnius. The 7,000 square metre hotel features a rooftop terrace with specticular city views. 

Located in the main street of Vilnius, on Gedimino Avenue, running between Seimas Palace and Cathedral Square, the project consists of a business centre, a hotel, three residential houses and a commercial gallery. 

Nearby is the Lithuanian Parliament, KGB Museum of Occupations and Freedom Fights and Lukiskiu Square, with the UNESCO protected heritage site of Vilnius Old Town just a 10-minute walk away.

The hotel’s meetings and events centre has three meeting rooms that can be united into one conference venue for 160 delegates. The 130 square metre pre-function area caters for workshops, fairs, cocktail receptions and other corporate or private events.

There’s plenty of social space for groups to gather and the interiors reflect authentic Lithuanian cultural heritage with brass flooring, a Himmeli light installation, garden lounge and fireplace imitating a Pagan altar. 

The property’s signature restaurant, Beef Room, specialises in locally sourced meat. Guests can also enjoy signature cocktails, craft beer and seasonal small plates in the Lobby Bar, and the shop offers snacks and beverages 24 hours a day.

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