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Hotel OAZ
Secondary street
Durres-Kavaja, km.11,
Golem,
Albania, 2504

Telephone:
00355682004488


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Hotel OAZ
Hotel

Luggage Storage Space
No laundry services
Bed linen and towels supplied
Basic Toiletries supplied and we replace them daily

Languages Spoken:
English

Motorcycle Parking: Covered Parking

Hotel OAZ is a family run hotel located along the Adriatic Sea coastline in Durres, Albania, right in front of the beach.

The Hotel features an outdoor Swimming Pool opened seasonally, Private Beach facilities all year round, Underground covered parking place, Bar-Restaurant service all year round, 24 hours English speaking front desk, Wireless internet free of charge and a Business Center free of charge.

 

The rooms are equipped with Bathroom, Balcony, TV, Air Conditioned and Heating System. Hotel OAZ is located in a beach area belonging to Adriatic Sea which has a sandy coast with very good curative qualities.

Adriatic Sea and the sand in its coast are very famous for the Iodine that can be taken during the early hours of the day and in the late afternoon.

The Hotel is only 40 Km far from the capital where you can visit the National Museum and Petrela Castle. You can also visit the archaeological site of Durrah in Durres city, only 10 Km from the hotel. Another interesting place to visit is Kruja Castle and its museum where you can find a lot of facts and information’s about Albania’s hero, Scanderbeg, Kruja is 40 Km from the hotel.

Visit us and find out a lot more about what Albania has to offer.

Hotel OAZ
Address:
Secondary street Durres-Kavaja, km.11, Golem, Albania, 2504 or Google maps - Hotel OAZ Durres
GPS:
Lat: 41.2629944, Long: 19.520294444444442
Telephone: 00355682004488
Mobile: 00355682004488
Skype: ervinbytyci
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hotel-OAZ/140507332052

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Motorcycle Friendly. Owners/Proprietors also accept guests not riding their motorbikes.


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