How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mondial Tirana
Travel Blogs from Tirana
... brother and is in Bethel. We enjoy working together and discuss how Albania would be a very interesting assignment and prospects for the English congregation. We part with a coffee about 12.30.
During a dry period I enjoy another long walk around Tirana for a couple of hours. It is really a crazy city. There are markets everywhere, I find a couple of ...
... The capital is a compelling advertisement of the rampant poverty in Albania. Decrepit houses, rancid smelling waterways, and filth strewn throughout the roads testify to the living standards. In fact, the United Nations classifies Albania as the second poorest country in Europe (its cousin, Kosovo, is first) and unfortunately it does show quite evidently. Everywhere we walked we dodged potholes, had to weave around piles of rubbish and passed mangy dogs looking for their ...
... driver to reverse back up the hill we'd come down. It was a little nerve racking. Everyone kept saying how we were all going to get taken and we'd be the next taken 3 movie (a horror movie set in Albania if you don't know). We ended up reversing for about 20 minutes and the headquarters of the Albanian special service police let us go into their grounds and turn around. They told us straight away no photos ...
... better than enduring an overnight bus ride! The bus tickets cost 15 euro ($19.65) each.
Bus tickets in hand, we headed over to the National Historical Museum, entering at 4:18. The museum closes at 5:00, so the clerk said we only needed to buy one ticket (100 leke; 94 cents) for the two of us since we had a limited amount of time to visit. Exhibits included ancient times, Ottoman times, the fight for Albanian independence (achieved a century ago in ...