Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Klaipeda, Navalis is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Navalis makes it easy to enjoy the best of Klaipeda.
Navalis is a family-friendly hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Klaipeda. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as The Little Mermaid Sculpture (Русалочка) (0.5 mi) and Sculpture Cat Klaipedis (0.5 mi), guests of Navalis can easily experience some of Klaipeda's most well known attractions.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Klaipeda's popular dumplings restaurants such as Stora Antis and ETNO DVARAS Klaipeda, all a short distance from Navalis.
Should time allow, Klaipeda Old City, Meridianas, and Sculpture Golden Mouse are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Navalis is sure to make your visit to Klaipeda one worth remembering.
Very poor hotel. It looks nice from outside as well as in the pictures yet inside is really not what expected. Extremely dirty carpets, furniture. Rooms are very old and dirty. No way this should be considered a 4 star hotel. Would not visit again and would not recommend to anyone. Location is not great as well. Possible to find way better deals for such price.
I was booked to stay with my family ( 5 people ) for today 17th August. As we travel from UK , our flights were cancelled 2 months ago, because of Covid 19. I informed the hotel what has happened, and was asking them kindly to cancel my booking free of charge as it was at a non refundable rate. My request was refused and I was only offered to rebook my stay, but as I am in Klaipeda every 10 years, that would not make any sense for me. When I asked for the name and email of the General Manager- that information was never provided. I emailed to their central office a month ago, however, I still haven't heard anything from them. I was charged 100% cancellation for my booking, which I would understand, if I cancelled our flights myself, however, it was not at all my decision. The hotel management could resell this room easily, as I gave them 2 months notice. It was already disappointing not to be able to see my family, but when the hotel is taking advantage of this unfortunate situation, it just seems morally wrong for me. …
Carpets are disgusting, dusts everywhere, windows are dirty and without isolation, you can hear everything outside like there is no windows at all, some cabinets has no doors, room door locks with the metal key(no cards), rosettes are broken, baby's beds almost broken with the holes in the grid.Bar and restaurant closes at 9 pm. And they call it 4 star hotel.
Good location, provides car parking service in a closed parking lot. The hotel hallways are dirty and needs deep cleaning desperatelly. The rooms stank, but sinks, surfaces were clean. TV did not work in our room, door needed fixing.
Disgusting stained carpet (did not take shoes off - gross!), pubic hair in drinking glass, filthy bathroom and loud noise from the street all night. Hotel promised to refund money for the nights I decided to not stay there (they agreed that the room was not acceptable) but almost two months later they are completely ignoring all emails and phone calls from me and from booking.com. Dishonest, disgusting place. You are better off staying in an actual hostel, you will get the same amenities without the awful staff. Piece of advice: when you complain about your room, get it IN WRITING that they will give you a refund. Even if you book through booking.com. The issues began before even walking into the room, the carpets in the hallways were stained and old but not nearly as bad as in the room itself. In the room, the first thing the pops out at you is the million different colours of spills, splashes and, what I can only assume, bodily liquids. The furniture was old and comically broken - I don’t think there was a single thing in the room that did not have a broken part. Soap and shampoo come in filthy old dispensers, very similar to hostels in Thailand. But the pubic hair in the drinking glass was the last straw. I complained the next morning (because I arrived at 3am - late flight). The lady at the desk was polite but offered no solutions. I was hurrying to my grandmother’s funeral service so did not take it any further then. I came back in the afternoon and complained again when I saw the room was not even cleaned since I complained! The concierge pretended to not even remember talking to me in the morning and went up to the room to check it out. She agreed the room was not clean and not as described. I wrote a complaint on a piece of paper that she gave me and she said the hotel would contact me in two weeks. It’s been two months, I’ve written to them twice and booking.com have emailed and phoned them several times on my behalf. They completely ignore the emails and when called, tell you to email them instead!…