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Hotel Berati

Former school teacher Kozeta Karapiti opened Hotel Berati  2004, transforming  a characteristic Berat home into a chic boutique hotel. Guests enjoy lodging inside a traditional Berati home,with white walls, a wooden roof and a chimney, with 9 comfortable rooms, that ooze tranquility and still preserve a traditional interior decoration style. There are 5 twin rooms in the hotel, 2 double and 2 rooms with four beds, ideal for families and groups.

Hotel amenities include laundry room and laundry service, room service, conference room, internet access, air conditioning, TV lounge as well as restaurant and snack bar. All guests enjoy complimentary traditional breakfast, home-made using the freshest local produce. English-speaking staff is available to offer expert advice on local attractions, entertainment and everything else you need for an enjoyable stay.

The hotel’s central location, two minutes walk from a local bus station, makes it perfect as a starting point for exploring Berat. Nearby points of interest include the Berat Castle, Bachelor’s Mosque, Kisha e Shën Mërisë and many others.

For information, call +355692074199, or email Kozeta Karapiti at hotel_berati@yahoo.com

 

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