Hotel Tino

Kej Marsal Tito 55, Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia

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    Hotel Tino


    During the VT Euromeet 2011 we spent two nights in a double room of Hotel Tino. The price for the room including breakfast was 50 Euro, which was a special rate for the VT meeting. Usually this kind of room costs 59 Euro.

    With about 27 rooms in 4 storeys Hotel Tino is one of the larger hotels on Ohrid's lake front. We got a double room at the back of the building.

    Instead of having a balcony it was very large and equipped with an office desk and a table with three chairs. The bathroom was a bit dated and the floor flooded when taking a shower.

    Breakfast was buffet style and available until 11:30 a.m., which is definitely an advantage when having a sleep in.

    All in all the hotel was totally adequate; however, if I had the choice I would prefer the Villa Dislevski (see previous tip) to the Hotel Tino for a next stay in Ohrid..

    Directions: Hotel Tino can be found right at the main lake promenade Kej Marshal Tito. Ohrid's old town is a good 10 minutes walk away.

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    Hotel Tino


    We stayed in this hotel during the Euromeet in May 2011. We got a room allocated to the back which was quiet and fairly spacious. It was a comfortable room. The ladies at the reception were always very friendly.

    The only draw back of our stay was the leaking shower and washbasin which flooded the whole bathroom severely. Since we were sleeping in the maid came when we were still in the room. When going to the breakfast we put the "please clean" sign out but she never came back. They seem to start at the top and work their way down to the bottom. We had room 307.

    The buffet breakfast is not overwhelming especially if you arrive late. They run out of things, the cooked things didn't look very appetising anymore and the tea and coffee came out of a thermos flask. The tea was not very warm anymore.

    The hotel itself is in a super location. We had them order a taxi to go to the bus station. This worked perfectly.

    We paid Euro 50 for a double room with Euromeet discount. The normal price would be Euro 59 in May.

    I was very statisfied with the service at reception, the room itself, the location but there is room for improvement by fixing the bathroom so it won't flood and refill the breakfast buffet with fresh things and for the maid to check the floors later for cleaning after the official breakfast time.

    Unique Quality: They have a restaurant with a large enclosed terrace with lake view. Sometimes there is live music.

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    good value


    I stayed here for 2 nights for the VT meet. It’s about 500m south of the old town, on the lakefront. So a quiet location when I was there.

    My room was basic but clean, spacious, quiet and comfortable. It had wifi and a tv (didn’t use the tv). I’m not sure about aircon - it had something, but it might have been a heater.

    The only real negative was that it looked straight out onto the next door building, so the windows were kind of superfluous. I was Ok with that - quite happy to sit on the promenade opposite to get the lakeside views.

    Maybe one other - they claimed their credit card machine was not working when I went to check out, so I had to got to the nearby ATM and get 6k in denars out. Fine if they’re there...

    Breakfast was a hot and cold buffet. Good.

    About £50 per night including breakfast.

    Unique Quality: Value for money, and location.

    Directions: see above

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Forum Posts

BALABAN'S apartment in Ohrid

by oromer

We are going to Ohrid at June 17 for a week, looked at for a room or apartment and found BALABAN. It looks fency and nice, cost 40 euro a night for room, other apartments less luxurious cost about 20-30 euro.
Somebody knows it? any recomendations?
B.T.W, already read all Ohrid tips, tks. to everybody who posted!

Re: BALABAN'S apartment in Ohrid

by MacedonianUK

At the moment good apartmants with AC and all do cost €40 a nite,same as last summer. Question is, do you need all that fancy doodles?? If you going sightseeing and hitting the beach, than,choose something less fancy, after all you are only going to be there for few hours and you will be asleep :))
On the other hand, the site chek regulary everybody who want to be posted on there website, and more time than not what they clame is true. I sugest to try aparthotel "LEBED" as well,I have stayed with them in the past. They are on the near end of the city promenade, next door to hotel "Milenium",BTW "Milenium" has great food and you can use their facilitys like gum, sauna, sports ,massage and more.
Anaother option is Vila SV SOFIJA in the old part of the City right in the thick of it.


Travel Tips for Ohrid

ATM Machines

by agmoose02

The only place I noticed ATM machines was along the main pedestrian mall Kliment Ohridski Street. There were a few machines along this street, though many accepted visa or mastercard but not both, so be sure to check the symbols on the machine. Also, I do not recall seeing the symbol for American Express on any machines.


by olja1234

This kind lady, her name is Poliksena, was my guide in Ohrid. I've never met her before my visit to Ohrid, but we've become a true friends. We're still in touch and I hope I'll meet her again in Ohrid or in Ljubljana.

The Music

by elgin99

Traditional folklore music which can be rural or urban includes: Lyric songs, Epic songs, Labour songs, Ritual songs, Humorous songs, Folk dance a.s.o
The music of the Balkans is known for complex rhythms, and Macedonian music exemplifies this trait. The bagpipe was the most common folk instrument. Macedonian folk orchestras consist of a clarinet or saxophone, drum kit, bass guitar, accordion and guitar.
Example 1 Folk
Example 2 Folk
Example 3 Folk

Roma orchestras typically contain electric guitars and other modern instruments.

Every year in the summer in Ohrid is the international Balkan Festival.

Swimming marathon

by Vlatko_mk

According to hearsay, the first massive swimming competition in the Lake Ohrid took place in 1924. Similar contests were organized in 1927 and 1928. There is also a record of the establishment of the first water sportssociety in 1932 - The Swimming and Rowing Club "Ohrid". In those days, the best swimmers were: Slave Bitrak, Dio Bogdan, Lambe Bido, Boris Filipce, Viktor Boev, Stefan Momir, and others.
In the Post-War period eight swimmers competed in the first swimming marathon that took place in 1954 along a 2.5 km route "Gorica-Ohrid". The winner was Niko Nestor. The next two marathons were organized in 1956 and 1957, and the winners were Diki Bojadi and Goko Cudov respectively. Also women took part in the above two contests, and the respective winners were Sneze Grupceva and Sonja Dumbaloska. After that, there was a period when the marathon was not organized.

The first real marathon contest along the route of village Pestani-Struga-Ohrid (36 km) took place in 1962, with 22 participants from 12 countries. The following year, due to the disastrous earthquake in Skopje, the marathon was cancelled. In the subsequent years (1964,1965,1966) the Ohrid Marathon hosted about a dozen swimmers each year. After that there was a lapse in the continuation of this swimming marathon.

In 1983 "the small" marathon Gorica-Ohrid was reestablished and is organized to the present day.

In 1992, on the initiative of the sports magazine "Skok", the Ohrid Swimming Marathon was reestablished. Each year, in the second half of August, the swimming elite throughout the world gathers in Ohrid and, starting from the monastery St. Naum, they swim along the Lakeshore to the town harbour, approximately a 30-km route.

Since 1998 the Ohrid Swimming Marathon has entered in the World Swimming Club of the 12 worldwide held marathons under the patronage of FINA-The World Swimming Association.

Visit Sveti Naum Monastery

by shrimp56

Again the Macedonian monks have chosen another beautiful location for one of their churches. This one is from the 17th century.
To get there take the road south from Ohrid about 30km (20mi) -- there is bus service.
Please visit my Sv. Naum travelogue for July 2003 pictures.


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