• Deluxe Suite

    Non refundable.

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Catering service, Desk, Free toiletries, Hairdryer, Heating, Hotspots, Ironing board, Kitchenette, Minibar, Pay-per-view Channels, Private bathroom, Room service, Safety Deposit Box, Seating area, Telephone, TV, Wake up service, Washer, WiFi

    Stylish and individually designed room featuring a satellite TV, mini bar and a 24-hour room service menu.

    Bed size:2x King Size

    Room size:50 m2

  • Standard Double room

    Breakfast included. Non refundable.

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Desk, Hairdryer, Heating, Minibar, Pay-per-view Channels, Private bathroom, Safety Deposit Box, Seating area, Telephone, TV, WiFi

    Stylish and individually designed room featuring a satellite TV, mini bar and a 24-hour room service menu.

    Bed size:King Size

    Room size:25 m2

  • Standard single room

    Breakfast included. Non refundable.

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Airport Shuttle Service, Bar, Beauty salon, Catering service, Convention floor, Desk, Fitness, Free toiletries, Hairdresser, Hairdryer, Heating, Hotspots, Indoor pool, Ironing board, Laundry, Lounge, Minibar, Pay-per-view Channels, Private bathroom, Restaurant, Room service, Safety Deposit Box, Sauna, Seating area, Shared bathroom, Shops, SPA, Telephone, TV, Valet parking, Wake up service, Washer, WiFi

    Stylish and individually designed room featuring a satellite TV, mini bar and a 24-hour room service menu.

    Bed size:King Size

    Room size:15 m2


The five-star Sheraton Tirana Hotel is in a shopping and entertainment complex in the heart of Tirana. A fitness center, 2 swimming pools, a piano bar and a restaurant are all at the guests’ disposal.

Luxurious, spacious rooms and suites have deep-stained hardwood floors, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a minibar and a fridge. Private bathroom provides free toiletries and a hairdryer.

Guests can work out for free at the fitness center, enjoy drinks in the Infinity Piano Bar and Lounge and sample fusion cuisine at the Metropolitan Restaurant. Wi-Fi is free in all public hotel areas.

Presidential Palace is just a 2-minute walk from Sheraton Tirana. The city’s many embassies and business centers, as well as bars, shops and restaurants are also within easy reach of the property. Tirana National Park is right in front of the hotel.

Central Tirana can be reached within a 10-minute walk, and Tirana Airport is a 20-minute drive away. The hotel has car rental options available.

Hotel Rooms: 151

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Children and extra beds

Free! Up to two children under 6 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.

Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.

Up to two older children or adults are charged EUR 35 per person per night for extra beds.

The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.

The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 2.

Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.

Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.


Pets are not allowed.

Accepted credit cards

Visa, Euro/Mastercard


  • Air Condition
  • Bar
  • Beauty salon
  • Convention floor
  • Desk
  • Fitness
  • Hairdresser
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Hotspots
  • Indoor pool
  • Laundry
  • Lounge
  • Minibar
  • Outdoor pool
  • Pay-per-view Channels
  • Private bathroom
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Sauna
  • Seating area
  • Shared bathroom
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • Valet parking
  • Wake up service
  • WiFi


Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.


Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and charges apply.

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Members of the first Regent Holidays group who went on holiday to Albania in 1971 would struggle to recognise the country today. Gone are the virtually traffic-free roads, collective farms and churches and mosques converted into sports halls, but the warm Albanian welcome, dramatic wild scenery, evidence of 400 years of Ottoman occupation and enthralling archaeology are still the same.

Fiercely independent as a result of centuries of occupation, Albania embraced Communism after the Second World War and then firmly rejected it in 1992 with its first free elections. With so much history, an Albania holiday is guaranteed to offer you an insight into another time.

Albania holidays offer the perfect opportunity to discover a country of wild, natural beauty with dark, brooding mountains, a dramatic undeveloped coastline and hills clad with olive trees. Explore the museum cities of Berat and Gjirokastra, both dominated by towering castles, and learn about Albanian national hero, Skanderbeg, in Kruja Castle Museum.

Marvel at Albania’s archaeological sites – the extraordinary 3rd-century BC amphitheatre at Butrint and the ancient city of Apollonia where much remains to be discovered. Drive the roller-coaster road along the Albanian Riviera, pass remote mountain villages and gaze down on the pristine, unspoilt beaches of Durres. Join the evening promenade in Albania’s capital Tirana, now more Mediterranean in style, and meander through the neighbourhood where the Communist party leaders used to live.

Sports & nature

Sports & nature

Albania covers a total area 28,748 km2 and is distinguished for its spectacular and diverse terrain. One-third of the country consists of lowlands located primarily in the west and extending along the Adriatic and Ionian coasts. The remainder of the country is hilly or mountainous and offers tremendous views and vistas. The highest point in Albania, at 2,751 m, is Mount Korabi in Dibra district. As one might expect, this beautiful and varied terrain offers visitors many opportunities to enjoy Albania’s natural beauty. The beauty and unique climate offered by the highlands is often just a short drive away from all that the coast and its Mediterranean-like climate have to offer. Albania also enjoys long periods of pleasant weather. Summer is the most sunny and beautiful of the seasons, but the remainder of the year is beautiful, as well.

Nightlife info

Nightlife info

Bars and clubs are definitely places which should be checked out during a visit to Tirana, offering visitors insight in to the local modern culture of the area in a way which can not be matched by heading only to the local tourist spots of the area. Some of the top nightlife choices in the area where travelers and locals can mingle include:

Rock Cafe, well this is the nicest place for the authentic music lovers, you'll find great music performed live every Friday and Saturday, the owner is a nice guy to and the atmosphere is real friendly. Mumja, this the newest night club in Tirana, it's more of a Lounge in fact, but real cool and you can find the most attractive and hippest crowd around, music is usually, chill out house, lounge, latin Cuba, well this is a latin music place, nice cuban style decorations inside, used to be the hype of Tirana, after the manager left and opened Mumja :), still lots of people go, sometimes during busy weekends you might be left out, if you don't have the club card. Just pretend it's usual that you're going in and don't look confused at the bodygards.

Living room, well this is the showy place, beware to go dressed up, and with planty of cash if you want to party all night, during summer there's a nice terrace where you can sip, talk listen sit whatever. The crowd is somewhat older 25-40 and the music is so different every time, depends on how the DJ's mood :)

Cannon, this is a small but really recommenf this sort of a Irish pub, with wooden chairs and tables, the crowd inside is usually real nice, and you can even request any of your favourite songs, as long as it's blues, rock, rock&roll. It's has a very warm atmosphere and it's a great place to ga dancing even during week days.

Culture and history info

Culture and history info

Albania (Albanian: Shqipëria) is a small country in the Balkans. It shares borders with Greece, the Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo, andMontenegro.

Albania is rugged, craggy and mountainous inland. However, on its shores lie very fertile, verdant Adriatic coast, perfect for sustaining Albania’s largely agricultural economy. The coastal climate is typically Mediterranean, with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The mountainous interior, especially in the north, has severe winters and mild summers. Over one third of Albania's land is covered by forests and swamps and only about one fifth of all the land is cultivated. These geographic obstacles, rivers and mountains, historically isolated Albania from its neighboring states.


Traditional Albanian culture honors the role and person of the guest. In return for this place of honor, respect is expected from the guest. Albanians enjoy the long walks in the city streets, drinking coffee, and among the younger generations, participating in nightlife activities such as cafe lounging and dancing.


While the relative majority of the people in Albania are of Muslim heritage (55-65%), according to the polls, around 35% of the Albanians are agnostics; 22% are atheists; 19% are Muslim; 15% are Orthodox; 8% are Catholics and 1% are of other religions. Mixed marriages are very common and in some places, even the rule.

Albanians have never had a national religion with which to identify as a people. For the last century and a half, national (ethnic) identity has predominated over religious identity, and this is unlikely to change in the coming years in a small and struggling nation surrounded by hostile neighbors. Organized religion still plays only a marginal role in public life. Religious fervor is extremely rare, and religious extremism is virtually unknown.

Throughout history, Albania has been sieged and occupied by other countries; in addition it has endured many civil wars within its turf. Thus, its people tend to be resilient and strong. Albania's per capita income is among the lowest in Europe, but economic conditions in the country are gradually improving.

Food Customs

Albanians are exceptionally generous and hospitable. A person invited to dinner will be given enormous amounts of food, even if the host may go without the next day. Albanian families often will spend a month's salary on a visitors' meal. Weddings and other ceremonial occasions will feature feasts of copious amounts of meat and Albanian raki, an alcoholic beverage.

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