Are you looking for a hotel that’s something personal and with a historic scenery? Something unique and very different compared to thousands of chain hotels? Do you also value a location in a walking distance to everything? Skapo Apartments, Vilnius is the answer to all these wishes.
Skapo Apartments are located in the downtown Vilnius. The hotel was in a walking distance from everywhere. In Vilnius, you won’t need a car and it’s actually easier to walk around because the city is quite small and in the old town the streets are quite narrow.
Hotel and Services
Request Compliance ★★★★★★★★★☆
Welcome Greeting ★★★★★★★★★☆
This was an apartment hotel so no amenities like pools or spas available. Anyhow, in this hotel, you’ll have own fully equipped kitchen, big apartment and an interesting, old historical setting. The reception was taken care by a family, I think. They were mostly helpful and friendly to us, even though they did not speak very fluent English.
The speciality of this hotel is its historical scenery. The hotel building was built 1795 and it’s in national heritage register of Lithuania. This UNESCO protected building was opened for the public 2010. The hotel is filled with wood, thick old walls, and other interesting details from hundreds of years ago.
The rooms are little apartments with own patio, kitchen+living room area, bathroom and a sleeping loft. Everything is old, traditional Latvian style. This hotel sure was an experience. Not the most comfortable place to sleep or stay but for sure worth visiting and exploring for a night or two.
There is plenty of restaurants, historic places and small shops nearby. In booking sites there was written that there is a parking area near the hotel. Actually, this meant that you can park our car with plenty of other cars to the small road in front of the hotel though it actually wasn’t meant for parking.
Skapo Apartments, Vilnius was an interesting and very unique hotel with an excellent location in downtown Vilnius. The service was friendly and nice, and it felt good to support a small business. We enjoyed being able to walk everywhere and having our own kitchen.
Would you like to visit Vilnius someday? Or have you already visited? Would this be your kind of stay?