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Golem Long Beach, Golem 2504 Albania
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#6 of 27 hotels in Golem
Premium Beach Hotel, the brand new 5 star luxury resort, in Albania is committed to offer inspiring travel experiences. This 178-room resort with a private beach is located on the soft sands of Golem Beach - next door to Durres. Appointed with stylish furniture and perfect view. Rooms are also equipped with a flat-screen TV and a luxury bathroom. A fresh buffet breakfast is served each morning from best chiefs. You'll appreciate the Wi-Fi in your room after a rejuvenating treatment at the SPA.
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Alba B wrote a review 3 Sep
Pristina, Kosovo24 contributions45 helpful votes
The hotel has positive sides and some shortfalls as well. I'm going to start with the latter. Cons: ●Overcrowded - particularly at meal times (3x a day). The reason - the kitchen of their other hotel Hotel Sunrise stopped being operational and all its guests had to utilize Hotel Premium's dinning facility. And, the dinning room is small only for the guests of Premium Hotel alone. There are not enough tables. People have to stand and wait for the others to finish eating, which annoys you before you have actually started your meal! ● A 5* hotel should guarantee 5* quality 24/7 and at all the times while the meals are served; in this hotel this is not the case - if you come to eat at 18:30 or latest at 19h you shall find all the food they have on the menu for the dinner...if you come at 20:30h which means you are still in time for dinner within the time range you will not find the same variety of food (salads, sweets, fruits...) as if you'd get in the first hour. They tend not to replenish everything. ● All inclusive concept is rather simple. No cocktails included. For children they served 1 type of ice-cream and that too in very scarce amounts. Whenever you asked for one you were told we have none left ( at 10 a.m, at midday, at 3 p.m, at 4 p.m...) and they stopped serving it as of 1st of September (they kept selling ice creams though outside the AI concept) ● Self- service everywhere!!!! All inclusive concept is not included in the bar by the beach....there you have to pay for your drinks and so is the case with the lobby bar! ● Pool area is not kept so clean and the floor of the indoor pool was dirty full of sand and the tiles are broken and despite all this it is kept running in that poor conditon! ● Outdoor pool area is full of annoying bees! ● Loungers at the beach tend to be reserved by people who may never show up during the day and management allows this! ●The children's show stopped as of 1st of September and no kids entertainment afterwards Pros: ● Very polite staff ●Good variety of food. Seafood well present in the menu. Grilled meat every dinner (fish, lamb,veal) ●Rooms nicely furnished although a bit small ● Good room maintenance services ● Excellent SPA Centre - Indonesian massusses (massages with extra payment but worth it); steam room, sauna, relax room, jacuzzi (included in All inclusive concept) ● Live music every evening - good music selection - best in the area (there are nearby hotels who play turbo folk music that is so annoying!!!)
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Liridon S wrote a review Dec 2020
Sllatina e Madhe, Kosovo6 contributions1 helpful vote
Wouldnt recommend you to come with your children. The room was too cold when we entered it - called the reception send a technician who said that after 15 min the AC will start working and after one and a half hours the situation was the same. We called again he came again and claimed that 'between us' they should have put on the AC since it takes 3-4h to warm the room 🤔. The food has no taste although looks nice. Staff is polite. The rooms are clean. Its not worth the price you are paying so please get another place for winnter months.
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Abdurrahim G wrote a review Oct 2020
Pristina, Kosovo24 contributions38 helpful votes
After qarantine of Covid-19, there was great vacations. Hotel is great with 5 star, acomodation was great , room was clean and modern, every day the room was cleaned. Food Food you had as much food as you wanted and varied, where every day there were different foods. The hotel generally had very good conditions, good reception and friendly staff
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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VladUA wrote a review Aug 2020
Kharkiv, Ukraine354 contributions62 helpful votes
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People like some things hot: coffee, meat, beach, relationship, whatever. We don't like it being warm, aren't we? This was my first visit to Albania (the 36th country I had visited so far), and here I agree that a touristic Albania resembles 10-year-ago Turkey. But I am also sure that in 5 years Albania becomes as hot as Turkey today (if not hotter). This country has a great potential to become a really hot travel spot, it is true. For the time being it is only warming, though it affects the travelers right now :) The hotel itself is very good: the reception is friendly and quick with response to your reasonable needs. We booked a sea view room, and I asked to change the floors (I wanted a higher one, of course) - it was done without any problem. Strange that there was no bellboy to help us with the luggage, but for us it was not a big deal. The room itself is good, the seaview is perfect. Though the balcony is tiny, no table there (we asked for one, and it was delivered immediately), no clothes drier (it is bad). There were only two clothes hangers in the wardrobe (but I am sure if we ask for more, they would be here in no time). The safe is big enough and free. The mini-bar is full of hotel stuff, no space for your juice or water, alas. No free drinking water offered from the hotel. A water dispenser is only available in a main restaurant. A TV set on the mirror is a little bit confusing, though funny. The cosmetic sets are perfect, and the bathroom itself is good in general. No problem with temperature and pressure of the water. The cleaning is very-very good (except one or two times when my cleaning ladies ignored the balcony floor and the sand of my yesterday feet left for tomorrow :) We have a half-board option. The hotel cuisine is perfect: I must say I fell in love with their grilled tuna, their enormous variety of appetizers and this PASTRY! It is something unbelievable, I never tasted anything like their pastry before. Their chief is really great, and all staff are very prompt, friendly and quick. The only thing that made me disappointed is a poor variety of seafood on the menu: I tasted fried prawns once a week and some mix of oysters and squids once. Perhaps the choice of seafood was rich for the lunchtime - I am not sure, we were outside for lunch. But, people, I tried their gellied octopus, and it was very delicious, an amazing dish indeed! Some other comments for the catering: - practically all dishes are warm, not hot, even the grilled ones - of course, it depends on the chafing dish condition; - the main restaurant space is obviously too small to serve all guests, and it is often overcrowded. There are some SPA facilities, but I didn't use them. I only visited a gym, but it is not impressive: only one weight! Guys, are your serious? The weights should be always in a pair. It is also lacking some sports staff, like hula hoops, weights, fitballs, climbing frame. You see? Again warm, though it can be hot. The fatal disappointment for me was a beach (and that why I gave an average mark to this hotel). All day long there is an endless row of barkers, selling all kind of stuff, like bananas, sunglasses, books, grilled maize, beachwear, whatever else. They are keep shouting and shouting. Yes, I do understand they are earning their living. But I always understand that if I paid (not so little, by the way, in comparison with the Turkish hotels) for a 5 star hotel with a private beach, I could at least have some privacy, shall I not? If it is not a private beach, but just a part of one beach shoreline, the hotels must warn you visitors: our beach is a part of a general municipal beach zone, that is why anybody at anytime can shout at your ear, offering what you don't need. That spoiled all my impression from Albania, frankly speaking. The sea was not warm (nor was it hot :), it was very chilly and breezing. Yes, the water is not crystal, but it is not muddy. One moment more: though Albanians are very friendly and quiet people, their children (like any kids and babies all over the world) are not so quiet. So if the baby squeezes and cries are annoying you, the Golem is not for you. The key hotel quests are Albanians, but the staff can speak English well enough. The TV channels are available in many European languages (but there is no Ukrainian or Russian channels for the visitors from Ukraine or Belarus). There is no any kind of beach animation (excluding beach sellers :), the music is not loud (and that is good). There some markets around here, the best one for prices, exchange rate and for choice was a market behind the Fafa Blue Hotel (called DUDA, it seems, I don't remember for sure). We bought wine, brandy, olives, olive oil and sparkling water there. The lunchtime was spent at Fresh Fish and Pampas. The first one is better by atmosphere and prices. There is no disco or other dancing activities (perhaps due to the covid restrictions). Oh, yeh - there are some mosquitoes in the night time, though there are no flies on the beach (it is a real relief). In general, our Albanian vacations may be called good and warm. But next time I want them hot! Faleminderit!
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Yllka B wrote a review Jul 2020
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I was a regular client since from the opening of this hotel because it was the only big hotel in this area. In the beginning the service was ok but now the staff is very rude starting from The gardener till the receptionist. They have to treat clients very well cuz it’s “5star” hotel especially regular clients. Very disappointed and i will never visit this “hotel” again.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Premium Hotel Beach
What are some of the property amenities at Premium Hotel Beach?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Premium Hotel Beach?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Premium Hotel Beach?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Premium Hotel Beach?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Premium Hotel Beach?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurant Oaz Durres, Fresh Fish Restaurant, and Restaurant Arberia.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Premium Hotel Beach?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Does Premium Hotel Beach have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Premium Hotel Beach offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Premium Hotel Beach offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to Premium Hotel Beach?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Durres Amphitheatre (8.3 km).
Is Premium Hotel Beach accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.