I have had some friends staying at this hotel and apart form distance from the center they where satisfied with it. Prince Suite is awsome. Every room is equiped with AC, electronic keycards, cable/satellite TV and direct phones, safes and internet connecton. Rooms are very spacious.
This hotel has indoor pool, sauna, massage center, fitness, steam bath and solarium.
This family owned guesthouse is located quite out of the center and not easily accessible by local transport but it is the only one in the town. I have no whatsoever experience with this GH.
p.s. lately i have had a few very unpleasent comments regarding this lodging including misuse of copyrighted website from another lodging in canada. (edited text of original posting)
In the last year a few new hotels have sprung up in Pristina. The best of the bunch is Hotel Pristina, that is located at the far end of Police Avenue (ten minutes walk from the UNMIK HQ, opposite Rilindja Parking). Spacious rooms, high-speed internet connection in rooms (okay, not high, high speed, but at least it is DSL). Room I got had comfortable large king bed, large sitting area, and a bathroom that is a step beyond most what I have seen around the Balkans. There is even a suite with a Jacuzzi, but it was double the price, which i hardly think is worth it. Think the regular rooms were around Euro 80 a night for two.
Next door are two other hotels - the Hotel Dion (and I forget name of other) - but the rooms, though very modern and clean are very small, almost pokey in fact.
Service was friendly and the employees were honest. We had a two bedroom room with a living room for $50 euro's a night. No breakfast or coffee was included.
There are no great views or accommodations but the rooms are clean and updated.
Staying at Iliria was an interesting experience, to say the least. There is no toilet in the room, and water is turned off at night. For a hotel, it was not very great - the Grand Hotel Prishtina mocked us from afar... The interesting thing was all the other people in there - we, a group of American students, were on the same floor with Syrian policemen who came to help with the Kosovo police force. In good news, the coffee at the hotel cafe is great, especially the cappuccino.
No water at night...
18 Euro double room
if you take one alone (only doubles there...) it' s 13 Euro
I pay 12 Euro, because it's "dead season" according to the Prof
impossible to explain the way from the centre
taxi unfortunately is a must
my cab driver didn't know the place
but tell him that it is the street behind the one where Kosovas President Rugova lives in, that they do know, hehe...
that fact also causes to make it the safest place in town
cable TV, coffee and tea, washing clothes, towels ...
all that in price included!
"this is a GUESTHOUSE, and you are my guest"
You will not waist your time looking for hotels, Mianly you will find 1 or 2 hotels in any city in Kosovo.
Talking about Prstina, you have the Grand Hotel, the main one, the UNMIK hotel for the UN staff members and may be some new hotels like Ilirina hotel
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