Lithuania often feels like the forgotten country of the Baltics. The capital, Vilnius, is sometimes overlooked in the face of its neighbours, Tallinn and Riga – although like them, its medieval Old Town is a Unesco World Heritage Site. Kaunas and coastal Klaipėda, the other main cities, see even fewer foreign visitors. As some formerly disused buildings gain a fresh – and even imaginative – lease of life, you can expect a good range of accommodation around the country. Here are the best hotels in Lithuania.