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Tirana International Hotel

Tirana International Hotel
Tirana International Hotel
General information
Location Zogu I Boulevard, Tirana, Albania
Coordinates
Technical details
Floor count 12
Other information
Number of rooms 166
Website
www.tiranainternational.com

Tirana International Hotel (also referred to as Albanian: Pesëmbëdhjetëkatëshi, English: The Fifteen-floors) is an international hotel located between the central Skanderbeg Square and the Zogu I Boulevard in central Tirana, Albania. Originally built in 1979 in a Soviet-era architectural style and named Hotel Tirana,[1] it is now one of Albania's most prestigious hotels with a noted Conference Centre and with two floors devoted to executive suites. In 2001, the hotel was renovated by an Italian company and now it is a 4-star Hotel.

The Tirana International has 168 rooms and is 15 floors high.[2]

Tirana International Hotel shown on the right. On the left is the National Museum

References

  1. ^ McAdam, Marika (2009). Lonely Planet Western Balkans (2 ed.).  
  2. ^ Albanian Hotel.com

External links

  • Official site
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