Outside it did nothing at all for me (a big, jagged, pyramid-cum-ziggurat type concrete building), but inside it isn't bad. There's an enormous entrance lobby and a largish restaurant area, which, considering there were hardly any other guests there, led me to think the Pashtriku probably hosted, or hoped to host, meetings, conferences and the like. The bar's OK (with decent beer) and some of the staff speak English. My room was a bit on the small side, but not so much so as to make me uncomfortable, there was a lift, breakfast was OK, and the only problem that cropped up was the electricity going off for a couple of hours in the night, which I'm sure wasn't the hotel's fault.
Better inside than out, convenient for visiting Decani,
For sure you won't find problems for getting a room. You will want to celebrate meeting another guest there. and if by the way you try to have dinner, make sure you wear a scarf, a hat, your anorak and gloves. A 500 sqm restaurant room impossible to heat in winter is waiting for you. The price doesn't correspond to its quality (60 euro in February 2005), but it's well located.
unique qualities? its size.
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