Diplomat Fashion Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Diplomat Fashion Hotel Tirana
Travel Blogs from Tirana
... was, and for $1.50 AUD I got a 350ml cup complete with straw in the lid - don't ask me why a straw, but it's the realest coffee I've had in over a week. Some fun facts of Albania as we drive through the countryside: 1. It may be a developing country, but Albania has the highest concentration of Mercedes Benz in the world. Interesting hey.... Why you ask? Because Albania is the place to go to sell your stolen mercs from the rest of europe. Nice hey. Oh and becuase it's the ...
... background of Ashleigh, we then organized to go to the sky tower and called some taxis , we pre drank then got to the revolving tower, had a few beers and talked for a awhile , we then hit the. Main parts of the city, presidents house , mother Theresa square , and the bunkers, followed by the maccas and afc then a drunk dancing taxi rid home and we climbed the ...
... us and said, “Albania, show us what you have got.”
DAY 252–253 – 08/09/13-09/09/13 – TIRANA
WARNING: Before you read this, please be warned that it may affect the way you have previously thought of this country. Yes, other Balkan countries, I am talking to you...
Tirana is one funny city, on one hand it has an amazing centre square, complete with all the bells and whistles. But on the other hand, majority of ...
... little hike & with steps. Tonight Sarah (Mick's girlfriend) is staying with Jodie & I. We just came in, checked out the place as it has a lounge, dining room, kitchen, 2 bathrooms & 2 bedrooms. Jodes & Sarah are in the same room in case I start coughing again. We chattered a little before we made our way down to the pool. Stayed there for about 1/2hr before going back to the room to change etc & meet the others at 7:30 for dinner. Entree was ...
We were slightly daunted by the trip we had planned to get to Berat in Albania. It involved a taxi across the border, a bus to Shkodra, a bus to Tirana and then a bus to Berat. The night we were in Ulcinj the boys made a deal with a taxi driver and we agreed to meet him at 10am the next morning. Unsurprisingly 10am came and went and our man was nowhere in sight. After a difficult conversation a new driver was recruited and we piled in the cab. We were somewhat confused when ...