Hotel Tino

Address: Kej Marsal Tito 55, Ohrid, Macedonia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Kej Marsal Tito 55, Ohrid.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tino Ohrid

    Reviewed by wareameye

    Tepid for Tino

    Reviewed Apr 24, 2015
    by (53 reviews) Chicago , United States Flag of United States

    The hotel was gracious enough to grant the majority of our group "lake view" rooms and for that I am forever grateful. Those are the best rooms, obviously. The hotel is older, a bit musty and in need of renovation. Reception is cramped and not well lit. My room is on the back side, and a bit uncomfortable. The toilet is angled into a small area between the shower and the wall. My desk, inexplicably, has a shelf installed below the center cutout which should be exclusively for your feet, so it is impossible to sit and work without contorting yourself into an awkward sideways position. The hotel boasts a four-star marquee out front, but we much prefered our three-star hotel in Berat over the previous two nights. I can only give the Hotel Tino a tepid review.

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