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All reviewsomelettea small family run hoteltasty breakfastspacious roomsno elevatorexcellent roomvery pleasant staythe main pedestrian streettaxi driverperfect hotelby footcity centreminute walkprimosupermarketboulevardmother
A lady in the front desk was very nice, we arrived an hour earlier for which the room wasn't ready yet. She told us to wait 20 minutes and asked us if we want any coffee. The room was clean with a balcony and breakfast...More
Reasonable price and in a good location in Pristina, welcoming hosts and large breakfast. Owner was helpful in giving us a map and showing us the main sights in the city and was able to help advise on traveling to different parts of Kosovo
From the very first email I received the manager was very friendly and did everything to make our stay perfect. On checking in we were not disappointed as the hotel is a very welcoming place. The staff were great throughout and very helpful in suggesting...More
We stayed at Prima twice - at the start and end of our trip to Kosovo. It is in a good location within easy walking distance of main pedestrianised street and several good restaurants. Staff were welcoming and friendly and we were presented with a...More
I really enjoyed my short stay in Hotel Prima.
Only a 10-minute walk from lively Boulevard Nene Teresa.
A clean and well-furnished room-I paid for a single and got a double.
Lovely breakfast and friendly staff.
Great value too.
I will be back!
As far as I know there are no shuttle buses from the airport. You will have to use a taxi which will cost 20 euro to the city. The Prima is quite hard to find as it is tucked away in the old part of the city but only a ten... More
As far as I know there are no shuttle buses from the airport. You will have to use a taxi which will cost 20 euro to the city. The Prima is quite hard to find as it is tucked away in the old part of the city but only a ten minute walk from the centre. However taxi's are very cheap and they will find it for you. Pristina is not a very pretty city and it is difficult to recommend anything of interest except Germia Park, which is just outside the city. However it does have some very nice restaurants and bars; try Fehmi Agani (street) for lots of choices and my favourite Basilico. This is only a ten minute walk from the Prima. Also recommend Sofra Bezi on Josip Rela street for traditional Albanian food. Only a five minute walk from the Prima. Kosovo has some very nice parts but Prishtina is not one of them. If you get the opportunity visit historical Prizren, only a one hour drive from Prishtina