Draugyste Spa Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Druskininkai, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Draugyste Spa Hotel provide air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Draugyste Spa Hotel guests have access to a sun terrace, newspaper, and a convenience store. You can also enjoy a pool and a lounge.
Close to some of Druskininkai's most popular landmarks, such as Svetingumo vartai (0.3 mi) and Musical Fountain (0.5 mi), Draugyste Spa Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Travellers looking to enjoy some dumplings can head to Forto Dvaras. Otherwise, you may want to check out a French restaurant such as Boulangerie Bakery/Cafe or Elingas.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Musical Fountain (0.3 mi), Antanas Cesnulis Sculpture Park (0.9 mi), and Church of Saint Mary's Scapular (0.4 mi), which are some popular Druskininkai attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Druskininkai!
I have back problems and spent 3 weeks in sanatorium Draugiste in April-May, 2011. I stayed in Villa Vingus, which is about 300 meters from the main building. My room had a great view on the Neman river, but was very small, even by European standards. In the bathroom they had shower, toilet and bide, but no shower curtain! There was not too much variety of food, but the food was tasty and sufficient for me. The food was rather Lithuanian and Russian than international style, so prepare yourself. Few staff members speak fluent English-most of the patients are Lithuanians and Russian speakers. I had 4-5 medical procedures daily: some of staff tried very hard, some just didn't care. Main building has a small swimming pool, Turkish bath and sauna. There is not too much to do in the sanatorium after you are done with medical procedures. What really irritated me was that even though most people spoke fluent Russian, which I speak, all the advertisements and minimal entertainment they had was in Lithuanian only. The sanatorium is located in the center of Druskeninkai and there is no need for transportation, unless you are very elderly or disabled. Druskeninkai, itself is a small and quiet town 2 hours by bus from Vilnius. If you go there, visit museum of Soviet time sculptures located on the outskirts of Druskeninkai. Overall, despite quite mixed feelings about this sanatorium I still consider it a good value for the money I spent- 51 euro per day for stay, full pansion and treatment.…
We spent a week in this place. It is a Hotel, spa. and rehabilitation center From the outside a grand building, with a swimming pool, but the rooms are so small that a couple feels cramped inside. At 34 degrees C no A/C and they do not give even a fan. for the indoors pool we were asked to pay extra money. The food served is not tasty or satisfying, the amount is not enough. We paid 98 euro p/n. I enclose photos of our room and of a tipical Breakfast. It's so disappointing and the rooms are so poor that I find it important to warn others. They promise internet in every room- there is none. there is no free Internet enywhere in this place and in all Druskininkai it's imposible to get the "zebra" card for wi fi. Druskininkai itself is a small and preetty town .