• Suite

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    Room facilities:24-hour front desk, Air Conditioning, Bathroom, Beachfront, Car hire, Catering services, Hairdryer, Heating, Seating Area, Telephone, Television, WIFI

    Air-conditioned apartment with a spacious living room featuring satellite TV and a sofa bed. The private bathroom comes with shower and a bidet. This apartment also offers free Wi-Fi.

    Bed size:1 Extra-large double bed(s), 1 Sofa bed(s).

    Room size:60

  • Single Room

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    Room facilities:24-hour front desk, Air Conditioning, Bathroom, Hairdryer, Heating, Ironing service, Safety Deposit Box, Seating Area, Telephone, Television, WIFI

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

    Bed size:1 Double

    Room size:16 square metres

  • Double Room

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    Room facilities:24-hour front desk, Bathroom, Hairdryer, Heating, Ironing service, Safety Deposit Box, Seating Area, Telephone, Television, WIFI

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

    Bed size:1 Double

    Room size:16 square metres


Inspired by the legendary castle of Kruja, the symbol of endurance and Albanian heroism, on a plateau of Kosova surrounded by greenery we built hotel-restaurant with castle architecture, where you will undoubtedly experience the majesty of the Albanian fortress and the fragrance of pure nature and delicious food.

Facility with an area of 4300 m2 located in a green space of 25,000 m2. Construction began on March 21, 2003 and on 30 June 2007 was inaugurated to begin work. The entire building is clad with natural stone and wood with a clean interior with original texture that will undoubtedly fascinate you. It is located in the 5-kilometer of highway Ferizaj – Gjilan and only 2 km away from the largest base of Bondsteel U.S. military.

For gourmands we offer a rich menu of traditional Albanian food, specialties from the grill and Italian pasta, prepared by professional chefs.

The hotel has 3 suites and 12 rooms, celebration hall, conference room and day room, summer terrace with 60 seats, 2 pakingje and yard with 300 seats in the middle of the greenery and waterfalls gumëzhimës created specially for you.

Check-in time

14:00 - 00:00

Check-out time

08:00 - 12:00


  • 24-hour front desk
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathroom
  • Children's playground
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Laundry/Valet service
  • Lounges/bars
  • Meeting/banquet facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Room service - full menu
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Seating Area
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Terrace
  • WIFI


WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.


Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).




Ferizaj or Urosevac is a city and municipality in southern Kosovo,located some 38 kilometers (24 mi) south of the capital Prishtina. Founded and named after the local hotelier Feriz Shashivari in the 19th century, the city was renamed Ferizaj on the occasion of its annexation to Serbia in 1913. Ferizaj is the third most populous city in Kosovo, after Prishtina and Prizren. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous district. The central city postal codes include 70000, 70010, 70030 and 70040.

The municipality covers an area of 345 km2 (133 sq mi), including the city of Ferizaj and 45 villages. It is largely an agricultural plain. Its population is estimated at 108,690.

Sports & nature

Sport Three football clubs are situated in Ferizaj: KF Ferizaj, KF Vullnetari i UÇK-së and KF Vizioni. Ferizaj is center for sports except for handball, where it has one teams in the top league: KH Kastrioti. While Stadium of Ferizaj is called “Ismet Shabani “ and has a capacity around 7500 seats. Clubs from the Municipality of Ferizaj are these: Football club “Ferizaj”, Handball club “Kastrioti”, Football club “Vullnetari i UÇK-së, Basketball club “Kastrioti”, Football club “Tefik Çanga”, Football club “Vizioni”, Volleyball club “ Luzha”, Judo club “Kastrioti”. Personalities • Arsim Abazi (Footballer), • Labinot Tahiri (Singer) • Veli Sahiti (Singer) • Genc Iseni (Footballer) • Shefqet Pllana (Musik) • Kthjellu (Band) • Fatos Kryeziu (Actor) • Astrit Fazliu (Footballer) Nature

Nightlife info

  • French Lounge Bar - Lounge
  • Legend's Home - Bar & Grill
  • MoMo bar - Bar
  • N'konak - Bar
  • The Residence Bar&Lounge - Bar
  • N'dritare - Bar
  • The Temple Bar - Lounge
  • Queen's Lounge Bar - Lounge
  • MaMbO PuB - Bar
  • Hard Rock Caffe - Bar
  • Bamboo Bar - Bar
  • N'CHOSH - Bar
  • Shamrock IRISH PUB - Bar
  • TREND Caffe - Bar
  • I Love Weed - Bar
  • Amika Bar - Bar
  • Kafja e vogel - Bar
  • Small Bar - Bar
  • Restaurant"BENIRO" - Nightlife
  • Bottle Pub-Pub etj...

Culture and history info

Culture It should be emphasized that the development of art and culture in Kosovo is closely related to cultural and artistic society (CAS), which initially did during World War II and then disposed of the first efforts by prominent artist to professional art the opening of gymnasium schools and professionalized ones in the town of Ferizaj. Activities date back to the early 40s that l am after century, which were constructed in a well-organized structure, where musical performances took place in parallel and scene. One of the figures that has left deep traces in professional art in Kosovo and in wider spaces is the composer Lorenc Antoni whom we find in the early 40s engaged in Ferizaj. When it is mentioned Lorenc Antoni, it also should be mentioned the other composer Venqenc Gjini from Ferizaj who has given too much contribution in culture and is always respected countrywide especially with his creative idioms inspired by the popular fountain. History The town, officially named Ferizovik when it was part of the Ottoman Empire, was little more than a village until 1873, when the Belgrade-Thessaloniki railway was opened, passing through the town. The name derives from a pre-1873 hotel owned by a local Inhabitant named Feriz Shashivari. Balkan Wars After the settlement had fallen to Serbia during the First Balkan War, the local Albanian population gave a determined resistance. According to some reports, the fight lasted three days. The Serbian commander then ordered the population back home and to surrender arms. When the survivors returned, between 300–400 men were executed and according to the Catholic Archbishop of Skopje, Lazër Mjeda, only three Muslim Albanians over the age of fifteen had been left alive. There then followed the destruction of Albanian-populated villages around Ferizovik. Before the Treaty of London in 1913 made Ferizovik a part of the Kingdom of Serbia, the name was changed to Uroševac, after Stefan Uroš V of Serbia. Kingdom of Yugoslavia From 1929 to 1941, Uroševac was part of the Vardar Banovina of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Kosovo War The city suffered some damage during the Kosovo War of 1999, with some of its Albanian-populated neighborhoods being shelled and burned by the Yugoslav Army. Following the war, the city has seen serious inter-communal unrest which resulted in almost all of the Serbians and rest of non-Albanian inhabitants being expelled or fleeing. Camp Bondsteel, the main base of the United States Army detachment to the KFOR peacekeeping force in Kosovo, is located nearby.

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