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Inexpensive, no frills, b@b - although I would give the breakfast a miss, it is put on a tray outside your room.
Easy to get to from airport, catch bus 88 for one euro.
In a quiet street just off the Main Street of Vilnius....More
A reasonably priced bed and breakfast. Breakfast left outside your from 8 am which may not suit early risers although there's is an electric jug and fridge. Right in the middle of the old town near cathedral square so great for sightseeing. Clean and convenient
Very frendly staff! Full understanding from the start communication! The room was clean and includs all necessary things. We shared the bathroom with neighbours. The bathroom had hair dryer, soap, shampoo and towels. It had even small kitchen what include all necessary (microwave, plates, glass,...More
Situated in a little alley just a short walk from the busiest street and the biggest church and square. We hade as private bathroom which required us to go out into the corridor but there were only three rooms in our building so we rarely...More
all in all everything was super fine the only thing that the wifi didnt work sometimes but anyway i would recommend it to anyone. its very near to the center, the place itself nice, clean and people working here are kind and helpful! worth living...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$25 - US$59 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, I'm arriving late and doing the self check-in; will I be able to access the wifi? Is the password information written down somewhere in the building for guests or do I have to email the owners and ask for it from them? Thanks!
20 November 2016|
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Response from Ceslovas | Property representative |
Dear Sir, Yes of course. You will receive wifi code together with keys and instruction how to find your room. Also you will find this info in the room. With kind regards, Ceslovas Koreiva, Litinterp Vilnius manager
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"rooms 12-15 are more spacious and located in another wing"