Hotel and restaurant Perkūno Namai

Surrounded by centennial oaks, a 4-star hotel and restaurant Perkūno Namai has been run by our family for over 15 years since 1994.

I grew up in Žaliakalnis – on the Green Hill – and the site, now seating the hotel, belonged to our grand and great-grandparents. Our family house adjoining the hotel was designed in 1930 by a family friend architect, a promoter of functionalism in Lithuania, V. Lansbergis-Žemkalnis.

We are very proud of the hotel’s well-groomed landscape: a rhododendron grove and an oak-tree hillock invigorate our guests, family members and staff all year round.

Our 50-seat restaurant offers creative and stylish cuisine and a quiet atmosphere. We like our guests by welcoming them personally and treating to a cup of coffee. We receive our guests as family members and some repeated visitors have become our family friends.

One of our guests said: “I like this place because once you pass the gate you enter a totally different world under the oak-trees with birds singing above romantic benches surrounded by flowers. It is an Italian court-yard in the middle of Kaunas, a welcoming retreat from the world’s turmoil.”

We had a pleasure hosting and receiving appreciation from H. Exc. Valdas Adamkus, Lithuanian basketball legend Arvydas Sabonis, pop singers Sofia Rotaru, Nikolaj Baskov, Laima Vaikule, English rock band SLADE. We call our guest book ‘Our guests’ appreciation diary’.

Co-owner Ingrida Gustienė