The Best Spa Hotels in Vilnius

Relax and rejuvenate in luxurious surroundings
Relax and rejuvenate in luxurious surroundings | Courtesy of Hotel Pacai /
Jonny Blair

From the hill of Three Crosses in the Lithuanian capital, admire the baroque architecture and cobblestone streets of the quaint Old Town below. Pair a trip to Vilnius with a spa hotel retreat, complete with saunas, indoor pools and world-class tennis courts.

1. Hotel Pacai


Tiled benches and walls in a treatment room of the spa at Hotel Pacai in Vilnius
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Put simply, the Hotel Pacai is the place to immerse your mind, body and soul. Hydrating treatments and customised facials are some of the spa highlights. There are over 10 different types of massages available, from a vigorous sports rub to the trademark Symphony of the Stones. Afterwards, relax in the dry-air hammam or take a spin in the fitness room. All of this is housed within a historic mansion, brimming with architectural curiosities from days gone by.

2. Grand Hotel Kempinski Vilnius

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Mosaic tiles of the wall and bench of a treatment room in the spa at Grand Hotel Kempinski Vilnius
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A carefully selected range of beauty and massage treatments are available at the Grand Hotel Kempinski. Start with a dip in the indoor pool, a round in the Finnish sauna and steam rooms, followed by a soothing treatment. Location-wise, this hotel is in the heart of Old Town Vilnius, on Cathedral Square, and the 96 luxury rooms and suites are testament to the grandeur of this swanky venue.

3. The Narutis Hotel


The indoor pool, with potted plants, in the spa at Narutis Hotel
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The oldest hotel in the city, the Narutis Hotel offers a relaxing stay right on Vilnius’s main street. Try the Turkish Bath or book in for a full-body massage. The pool is a real highlight here, with underwater jets and cascading waterfalls. Afterwards, dine at the Restaurant Narutis, which serves up tasty dishes using fresh produce sourced from local Lithuanian farmers.

4. Imperial Hotel and Restaurant


A clawfoot bathtub and green marble sink and rainfall shower in a mirrored bathroom at Imperial Hotel & Restaurant
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Luxury is the name of the game at the lavish Imperial Hotel & Restaurant in Vilnius. This is no ordinary hotel. Sting, Enrique Iglesias and Paul van Dyk are just some of the well-known guests who have stayed here. They’ve even won awards for their fine dining restaurant. Work off that extravagant meal in the onsite gym, followed by a session in the spa with its bubbling jacuzzi.

5. Urbihop Hotel


Sport and leisure fans will feel at home at the Urbihop Hotel, which is located in the same building as the SEB Arena, the largest indoor tennis complex in the Baltics. Reserve a spot on the court or work out in the truly enormous gym followed by a Thai massage in the spa. Upstairs, trendy rooms are individually designed – with twins, doubles and family suites available.

6. Amberton Cathedral Square Hotel Vilnius

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A massage table with towels in a room at the spa in Amberton Cathedral Square Hotel Vilnius
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Unwind at the cosy Amberton Hotel in central Vilnius, overlooking Cathedral Square. Touring the city has never been easier, thanks to the free onsite GoGreen scooter. Treat yourself to a massage or a body scrub where the fusion of water, salt, oils and organic herbs will help rejuvenate aching muscles. Top it off with a craft beer or herbal tea in the bar zone.

7. Stikliai Hotel


A view through a brick archway to the indoor pool in the spa at Stikliai Hotel
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For five-star luxury, book a stay at the Stikliai Hotel. From the solely organic produce in the gourmet restaurant to the opulent French-style suites, you can expect the very best at this Relais & Châteaux hotel. Lap the cave-like indoor pool before retreating to the sauna. Facials, manicures and pedicures are available, as well as a state-of-the-art gym for fitness buffs.

8. Radisson Blu Royal Astorija Hotel


Two masseuses and two clients in robes sitting on massage beds in a treatment room in the spa at Radisson Blu Royal Astorija Hotel
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Old meets new at the Radisson Blu Royal Astorija Hotel in central Vilnius. Modern furnishings sit proudly in this 1901 building. Take advantage of the wellness centre with a dip in the cosy swimming pool or soak in the whirlpool, after a workout in the gym. The Astorija Brasserie with its French cheese, wine and bread brings a touch of Paris to Lithuania. Don’t miss out on the craft cocktails and huge gin selection at the bar – a much-needed tonic after a day of sightseeing.

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