Lithuania – Marriott International Debuts in Lithuania with Opening of Courtyard by Marriott Vilnius City Center

Marriott International has announced the opening of Courtyard Vilnius City Center, marking the first Marriott International property in Lithuania. The hotel is located in the modern growing business area in Lithuania’s capital, Vilnius, overlooking the city’s landmark, Gediminas’ Castle, and is just steps away from business centres, the old town, and the city’s main attractions.

“Marriott International is very excited to be making its debut in Lithuania with the opening of Courtyard Vilnius City Center,” said John Licence, Vice President Premium and Select Brands, Europe at Marriott International. “The hotel has a prime position in central Vilnius, close to the wonderful cultural and historic attractions, providing business and leisure travellers alike the perfect base to enjoy both work and play in the city.”

The hotel’s 199 spacious and light-filled guest rooms offer modern and sophisticated design with complimentary Wi-Fi. The public spaces also have a contemporary feel, with the brand’s signature restaurant Kitchen & Bar offering local and international cuisine in a relaxed setting. Guests can also take advantage of the summer terrace, offering spectacular views of Gediminas’ Castle.

Additional features at Courtyard Vilnius City Center include four meeting rooms with a total of 220 square metres of versatile meeting and function space, as well as a fitness centre offering cardiovascular equipment and free weights.

The addition of Courtyard Vilnius City Center brings the brand’s footprint in Europe to nearly 60 hotels. Further hotel openings are anticipated this year in key growth markets including Germany, UK, and France.

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