Tirana is the capital and largest city of Albania as well as heart of Albania’s cultural, economic and governmental activity. It is located on the western center of the country surrounded by hills with the Dajti Mountain on the east and a slight valley opening on the north-west overlooking the Adriatic Sea in the distance. The city is located some 700 kilometres (430 miles) north of Athens, 290 km (180 mi) west of Skopje, 250 km (160 mi) south-east of Pristina and 160 km (99 mi) south of Podgorica.
A superb location near Skënderbej Square in central Tirana. Everything about the hotel seems very modern. My room was relatively spacious, comfortable, and well organized. It’s also easy walking distance to the stop for the public bus to the Tirana Airport.
The hotel is centrally located and easy to reach, a few minutes walk from the airport shuttle bus. Staff were helpful and provided a map and directions. They also booked us a taxi through their hotel for our trip out to the airport as our return flight left too early for the shuttle. Room clean, quite comfortable beds, nice linens, hot water in shower. You can control the heat/air. Loved the mini fridge in room. Breakfast was included and is coffee, boiled egg, byrek, choice of croissant and fruit. Nearby the room is a Conad supermarket and two bakeries are across from the front door. At 36 euro a night for a double this hotel was a great value. Highly recommended!
Stayed one night here at end of a Balkans trip.
Not luxurious, but had everything I require for a pleasant and restful stay.
Quiet location. but almost in Centre of Tirana – five minutes walk from National History Museum (Great intro to Albanian history – don’t miss it), and Skenderbeg statue.
Welcoming owner, who arranged taxi to airport in morning.
TV had BBC World News.
Good, filling breakfast (Albanian-type breakfast, not the usual buffet).