This is the first hotel in which I stayed whilst in Kaunas. I stayed in 826, one of the business rooms on the top floor. Although I was not in a suite, it was very close. And for the price, you can't beat it. There is a good chance some famous football players stayed in my particular room.
Very large room with two single beds that could be pushed together to make a super-king. There was a pillow menu, but everything that came on the bed was perfect - one of the most comfortable hotel beds I've ever slept on (and the pillows were the best part). Large lounge area with coffee table and desk, equipped with a rotating television that could be watched from the bed or living area. Huge amount of storage and plenty of things to choose from the fridge or pantry-cubby. Very clean; I always check for cobwebs and things that often go unnoticed, but there were none here. The room had essentially wall-to-wall windows that offered views of the city and the church on the pedestrian street. There was a thermostat to control the temperature, a place to iron your clothes, and a magazine rack with "Kaunas In Your Pocket" (which I found was essential for my stay) and other information/brochures/services. The bathroom was massive and even had speakers which allowed the guest to listen to the television.
It was welcoming to find a dressing gown and slippers on the foot of the bed, as well as shoe shining kits and lint rollers. There was plenty of higher quality soaps/lotions made by Dove and Raddox which is always nice. Even shower caps and sewing kits were available in the room, if necessary. The toilets were bog-standard European along with the showers (the pressure not being the best). Two sinks and modern decor made the whole room luxurious. Even the paint job was modern and interesting art brought everything together tastefully.
The television was not as exciting as other countries' television. There were only a couple (and literally not much more than two, if you were lucky) channels that regularly showed English programs, one being BBC News (American edit, quite obviously). Who really watches that much television on holiday anyways?
The hall on the eighth floor had what I call "death doors" (I've seen them in London, too) which are simply full-sized doors that lead to nothing but a fall to certain death. They blended in with the floor to ceiling windows, making for a great view.. but still.
The breakfast lasted from early morning to eleven, which was excellent. It was a great continental spread offering sweet pastries, all types of breads, porridge with loads of fixings, fish and cold cuts, cheeses, yogurt, cereals, salad, and plenty of hot food (eggs cooked to order, sausages, potatoes, bacon, and more). The dining area was large and clean, with place settings reset even when you get up for something else.
Service in the hotel was excellent. Staff were helpful, knowledgeable and spoke great English. They called taxis to wait at the door and helped locate specific places on a map. The lobby lounge had a few computers available for free use as well as a classy bar offering drinks and snacks late into the night. The hotel is located just off the pedestrian street.. and from there, Kaunas is your oyster. There is also a casino and spa inside the hotel, although I did not visit either. I would definitely recommend staying at the Park Inn.
Of course, I recommend the business or suite rooms. The views are wonderful throughout the hotel, so...
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