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This place of stay is located atop a hill in Kruje which makes for some awesome views from all the rooms in the facility. It is attached to a very nice restaurant and bar, which serve some wonderful pizzas and have got some very nice...More
Really nice hotel, clean, good quality rooms, and cheap as chips. Restaurant also great quality and extremely good value.
Given that Kruje is known as a bit of a tourist trap, I expected to be ripped off here, but actually the very opposite was true....More
1. The hotel is brand new ... but not soundproof.
-No need to switch on your TV .. just listen to your neighbourg's
-For the toilet flush ... no choice just accept ALL of your neighbourgs
2.Unexpected surprise. I book alone. Arrive a bus full...More
Comfortable hotel, with views from one side across the old bazaar and to the castle. Unfortunately my room was at the front of the hotel, without much of a view, but it was comfortable enough with everything I needed for a short stay. Breakfast was...More
Cannot fault this hotel. Excellent in every detail. Location, staff, rooms, restaurants.In fact some of the best food we had in Albania and everywhere the food was good.You could end up getting lost in the hotel but it would be fun as you would come...More
Response from Alireza S | Reviewed this property |
Hi, yes, they do have elevators to the other floors. But, as long as I remember, you should first take some stairs to go to the lobby. Maybe there is another entrance for people with special needs (Such as wheelchairs) that... More
Hi, yes, they do have elevators to the other floors. But, as long as I remember, you should first take some stairs to go to the lobby. Maybe there is another entrance for people with special needs (Such as wheelchairs) that I am not aware of. the best is the email/call them directly.