See why so many travelers make Hotel Nerija their hotel of choice when visiting Nida. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Nerija offers guests internet access.
The hotel features room service, baggage storage, and a sun terrace. Plus, Hotel Nerija offers an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, there is paid private parking available on-site.
For those interested in checking out Sculpture Neringa (0.2 mi) while visiting Nida, Hotel Nerija is a short distance away.
While in Nida be sure to experience nearby pubs such as Kastonas or In Vino.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Nida Beach (0.9 mi), Nida Dunes (1.0 mi), and Promedane of Nida (0.4 mi), which are some popular Nida attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Nerija as you experience all of the things Nida has to offer.
Reception was friendly and efficient. We enjoyed a good breakfast which is served in a lovely dining room. We had a spacious room, simply appointed but with everything we needed , even a balcony. A short bike ride into town and the port.
Nice place for overnight , clean rooms and good breakfast to be honest in nida everything is expensive and the service is slaw and less then expectation but in this hotel you can say the best of the worst
We stayed here for three nights while walking on the wonderful Kurische Nehrung. Our room (201) was large, light and airy, with a small balcony (not of much use at this time of year). We slept with the balcony door ajar, and spent a very quiet night. The room's furnishings are not the newest, and the mattress was thin and hard. The bed linen and towels, although clean, were no longer white, and everything smelt a bit musty. The breakfast room had huge windows and was very pleasant, but the breakfast selection was limited and unimaginative.
Nida is located on a sandy edge separating the Baltic Sea from a very large lagoon not far from the Niemen estuary and very close to the Russian border. Most travellers come by car crossing by ferry, for a few minutes, at Kleipedia, Memel when German, and drive along toward the stations along the coast. There are many B&B but finding an hotel can be quite an issue. Nerija is a 3° hotel very well located, hidden from the main road, by some many typical wooden houses. Staff is speaking a very good English and the hotel has some nice standard rooms reminding of cabins in some lodge, with limited amenities but mostly sufficient and confortable. Our balcony (room 208) was overlooking the woods. It is not a luxury hotel, of course, but it is worth stopping by for a few days. It is easy to go on foot, leaving the car at the hotel parking lot, for the coast either on the lagoon side or on the Baltic Sea, to enjoy the light and the winds or even some rain. Thomas Mann's summerhouse is not far and it is a great place to see with some reminders of his life and writings with quite a lot of pictures. Last but not least, the buffet breakfast is gorgeous and the restaurant located into the hotel is among the best in Nida. Wifi access is quite slow and cumbersome.…
We did not eat in restaurant other than the good breakfast. The bedroom we had had a balcony overlooking garden & the edge of a forest. The staff were v helpful but had the same problem of others with wifi & was not charged therefore. Large parties of older German tourists seemed to be the majority of its customers. Nida was charming place & its smoked fish the best.
Nice hotel which always is waiting for you. Very clean, friendly. Also it has very good restaurant. Food is fresh and tasty vx cm grwwetuuigfdghiiihdfyuioohgfyuj of ggbgffhjbvffhj jjhgfffghhh. gffgjjhfd. eryuk
1. good location 2. berakfast was OK nothing more 3. the room was spacious with balcony that was not cleaned for some time 4. a restaurant was nearby, it was good 5. very expensive for this hotel at this location 6. we were asked to pay 1 euro to get WIFI not even in the room but by the recepion! 7. wont reccommend this hotel and wont go back
I stayed in this hotel and by coincidence the same room four years ago. Clearly the mattress, drapes or anything, including the linen have been updated. Quiet location, good breakfast and outdoor seating for the restaurant is a nice touch. TV is something out of the Soviet era. My iPad screen is larger, plus it has good color. It is ashame the owners have not updated this hotel.
The Nerija is in a quiet location, rooms are ok, the young staff are lovely, but there are many irritating issues which make you think there is a stubborn owner and it needs a change. Firstly the wifi. As others have noted they charge you 1 euro a day for "Fast connection at the right price" which would be fair enough except that "fast connection" is only 200kb and rarely did it get to that. It doesn't use persistent cookies so you constantly have to relogin with a code on a little bit of paper that takes about 5 minutes each time. Plus you could only get a connection in the lobby or rooms close to it. And the lobby just had one couch and a few left over dining room chairs under the stairwell. Wifi should be free, or it is acceptable to have a standard access for free and charge more for premium connection suitable for streaming in your room. What's more you heard every guest complaining about this to each other. How can a proprietor be so tone deaf to their customers ? Then you notice lots of items where it is "good enough" but not done properly. Worn carpet, mismatched furniture, odd art prints, elevator buttons "fixed" with cellotape, cheap and peeling room numbers etc breakfast was very ordinary with no oatmeal, eggs in quite a bit of liquid, poor sausages, low quality cold meat and undrinkable coffee. At least they had fresh fruit salad. Warning - they only take cash, no credit card facility. The plus side was the garden terrace that was very nice for a cold drink and lovely waitresses. It wouldn't take too much to turn this into a nice, relaxing, affordable hotel; but that will need a change in attitude.…
I can agree with what many others already have written. The days of glory for this hotel have long passed. The room I had was large but there were stains on the linen as well as on the sofa. They still use CRT-TVs and there is cheap but slow and sometimes not working at all wifi. At least the one EUR per 24 hours wasn't expensive. The whole rooms were quite dark and they did not have any nightstand nor lightswitches at the bed. So you had to turn the lights off and walk in the dark to the bed. The shower gel was perfect for old smelly ladies, so if you are not on of them, you are out of luck. The service was kind of OK, not really friendly, but not unfriendly either, a bit disinterested. Breakfast was badish. I did not even bother to eat there on my second day. Location on the other hand is not too bad. I don't think, that Nida has to be included on a trip to the baltic states. Sure, some of the landscape is nice, but not much better than in other places and at least in those other places, you don't have to see the nouveau riche in their fancy cars and shabby clothing...…