The SpaceGracious, elegant rooms offer all the comforts of home, heating and air-conditioning, high-speed internet, free Wi-Fi and TV channels. Guest AccessThe graceful garden around villa, a never-missing detail of traditional houses in Shkodra, well-known for its charming and fragrant courtyards, offers a quiet and peaceful place to enjoy your coffee and your meals or relax reading a book.
Free use of bicycles available. Interaction with GuestsBuffet breakfast, as well as traditional Albanian, Mediterranean and Italian dishes cooked with taste can be enjoyed out in the lovely blossomed garden or inside the Vivaldi Restaurant situated in the ground-floor of the building.
A pleasant and tranquil atmosphere and excellent service are the reasons why visitors feel at home in our hotel The NeighborhoodThe graceful garden around villa, a never-missing detail of traditional houses in Shkodra, well-known for its charming and fragrant courtyards, offers a quiet and peaceful place to enjoy your coffee and your meals or relax reading a book. Getting AroundWhile at our B&B, you will have the possibility to visit Shkodra, the traditional centre of the Gheg cultural region and one of the oldest cities in Europe. Among the touristic attractions not to be missed are: the ancient Rozafa Fortress, with stunning views over the nearby lake; the 18th century Mesi Bridge, the Lead Mosque, the Marubi Photo Collection, the Museums and of course the Shkodra Lake, the largest lake in the Balkans, offering magnificent peaceful places of recreation.
Velipoja Beach (on the Adriatic Sea) is just 30 km away. Many travellers pass through here on their way to Tirana and Montenegro, or the touristic alpine villages of Razma, Theth and Valbona. Other Things to Note“Our guests are happy to realize that part of income from our hotel’s services goes to social projects for children in need in Shkodra district. This thanks to the activity of I CARE, a non profit organization with which Rose Garden Hotel is in partnership to promote the concept of “business with a purpose” and “economy of sharing”.