Rogner Hotel Tirana
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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... Most I had were lamb or veal, but in Macedonia some included pork. Mavrovsko Pot was a veal stew supposedly typical of the mountains around Mavrovo in western Macedonia while Mukalica (translated as Country Meat) was an absolutely delicious bubbling pot of veal, pork, and mushrooms cooked in wine and lots of parsley. Tave Dukagjinase, a stew of lamb and vegetables, is supposed to be very typical of the region around Peja in western Kosovo and turned out to be really good as well.
... to the blog then we changed and headed down to dinner. Dinner was delicious – forgot the photos again – but an apple, avocado and lettuce salad with I think maybe mozarella cheese sprinkled on top, then steak with little stuffed potato things, then a fluffy pastry with Chantilly cream and fruit for dessert.
This is the first hotel where we haven’t had free wifi in our rooms. It is free in the lobby but you have to pay in your room. I ...
... stuck. While waiting for the tow truck, I got to see the movie 'Grandma's Boy'...not bad, the best part of the day! Unfortunately for us, the tow truck had issues getting to us due to the road conditions. A couple local Albanians from the nearby town, Burrel, just happened to drive by...the only other car we saw the entire time on this road. They offered to help, assisted in getting the car unstuck, and even built a fire as it was getting very cold in the late afternoon. ...
... gave it to me for free – another instance of Albanian hospitality.
I have 'Liquid Dreams’ by early 00’s boyband O-Town in my head for some reason. Very annoying.
The rain from the past 2 days was a very distant memory and we were back to scorching cloudless sunshine. I took one step outside and was instantly a heaving sweaty mess. Excellent.
After a gruesomely sweaty workout I had another mysterious ...
... 20th century and my lasting impression is that Albania is this mysterious wildcard.
We then headed on to my favourite part - the Enver Hoxha pyramid. Hoxha was the leader of communist Albania after WWII until his death in 1985, after which his architect daughter built a pyramid mausoleum for him in the center of Tirana. Ive included a picture of what it once looked like. Now it has become a decrepid, abandonned skating ...