Located directly on the shores of the Courland Lagoon, this traditional 3-star hotel comprises 3 villas next to the Thomas Mann Museum. Nidos Banga occupies the former guesthouses of Hermann Blode, the founder of the famous Nida Artists' Colony in 1890. The first floor of the central building houses a spacious restaurant serving Lithuanian and international cuisine. You can enjoy beautiful views of the sea through the large windows. On warm summer days you can also dine in the outdoor café. The centre of Nida is only a 10-minute walk away from the Nidos Banga, while the next swimming beach is 1.5 km away.
More massive than expected, the hotel is visited by groups.
It was rather massive, visited by groups.
Excellent buffet breakfast. Multilingual and gentle staff.
The reception staff was ok, spoke 4 languages (English, German, Russian and Lithuanian), the breakfast was decent, with vegetables and standart swedish table
Be careful with parking - it is prohibited in Nida to park on the street, you get punished by local police. Since the hotel parking was full, they advised me to park on the street, where a car already had bindings on the wheels. After the question - will this also not happen to me, the lady from reception answered that there will be no problem, since the previous car had no permit from hotel to park (and provided a "permit" for me. As you may imagine, also our car had bindings on the wheels by police the next morning and we had to deal with the police and pay some fine, as the permit was not ok for parking on the street.
Breakfast was excellent.
Only one 2" thick pillow per bed, no soap or shampoo provided.