Radisson Hotel Group announces the introduction of its first Radisson Collection hotel to Vilnius, Lithuania, with the re-opening of the property previously known as Radisson Blu Royal Astorija Hotel, Vilnius, after an extensive renovation.
Ideally situated in Vilnius' UNESCO World Heritage Site Old Town, this luxury lifestyle hotel offers a new hotel experience in the Lithuanian capital as Vilnius celebrates its 700th anniversary in 2023.
Radisson Collection Astorija Hotel, Vilnius dates back to 1901, and the hotel building features Secession and Neo-Baroque style architecture. In the past, it has hosted numerous dignitaries, royal families, celebrities, and heads of state, including US President, George W. Bush.
The hotel features 119 rooms, ranging from guest rooms to suites up to 89 m², a restaurant called Astorija Brasserie, a bar named The Astorija Gin Bar, and a seasonal rooftop lounge.
The property’s original Wine Cellar was rediscovered in 2019 and was restored to its former grandeur with an acclaimed wine list boasting biodynamic wines and world-renowned champagnes. Furthermore, the Wine Cellar is available for private wine and food tastings.
We are delighted to launch Lithuania's first Radisson Collection property with the rebranding of this landmark hotel. Guests can now enjoy four of our distinctive brands in Lithuania, presenting them with a range of hotel options for every trip and occasion. We look forward to guests enjoying this beloved and beautiful hotel and creating many more memorable moments in the years to come.
Tom Flanagan Karttunen, Area Senior Vice President for Radisson Hotel Group in Western & Northern Europe
We proudly start our new journey as a Radisson Collection hotel in the UNESCO heritage old town of Vilnius, one of Europe's most storied cities, filled with history, nature, and romance. Our team of passionate hoteliers is looking forward to introducing guests to the city’s exceptional experiences.
Vilija Radzvilaviciene, General Manager of Radisson Collection Astorija Hotel, Vilnius