Rogner Hotel Tirana
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- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRogner Hotel Tirana
OK - It is a five star hotel, but there is nothing special about the rooms. As one of my friends who is staying here said: "It reminds me of a dorm room." It is a little on the line of a spare Scandinavian design, but to be fair the rooms are much larger than you find in Scandinavia. The rooms away from the street are quieter, and don't get the afternoon sun. They are also facing a nice courtyard and some have a view of the mountains around Tirana. The staff and service are great, and the location can't be beat. Central to everything! Lovely selection of teas in the room! Having just drunk a cup of the peppermint has perked up my review!
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