Tourists rush to book remaining rooms in Vilnius


In this upbeat assessment of the hotel sector, at least in the short term, the old tradition among Russians and Belarusians, among others, of celebrating New Year on the Baltic coast or in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius does not seem to have changed this year. During this period these hotels are not feeling the lack of guests being felt elsewhere. Vilija Radvilaviciene, director of the Reval Inn Vilnius, doesn’t provide exact figures, but says that there will be 10-20 percent more guests than average. Other Vilnius-based hotels are also optimistic about the intense but brief New Year period.


Verslo Zinios, 2008-12-11

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