HOTEL NAIS BEACH
Hotel Nais Beach is the continuity of a family tradition that nowadays is well-known as
Hotel Nais. Our mission is tending to our customers’ needs and create a place where they will feel comfort and hospitality.
Located in the heart of Durres, a few steps from the famous Promenade Taulantia,
Hotel Nais Beach is nestled in a quiet and lively area within a short walk to all archeological and historical sites of the city.
Our contemporary architecture combined with the comfort of our spacious rooms and
stunning sea views make the perfect place for guests to enjoy abundant sunny days and warm weather.
Start your day the right way. Enjoy a selection of daily buffet options available to guests.
Available in all rooms, public areas, and in our flowered Roof Garden.
Beach access with umbrella and sunbeds available.
Parking available for guests. Must notify the hotel prior to arrival.
24h FRONT DESK & BAR
The bar and Front Desk are open 24/7 to provide all the necessary services to our guests.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Maestro
Available from 8.00 am to 14.00 pm
NON- SMOKING ROOMS
We're a 100% smoke-free hotel.
Our staff will help you scan, print and fax your documents.
A dedicated conference space up to 50 persons.
All rooms have a balcony and a table with chairs.
A private car to the destination of your choice.
BREAKFAST & BAR
THINGS TO DO
Visit the Archaeological Museum
For those interested in history and culture, the Archaeological Museum of Durres is a must-see. It is the largest archaeological museum in Albania and features fine-boned sculptures and statues, delicate gold jewellery, amphoras recovered from the seafloor, and beautiful painted vases and pots that are so perfectly preserved they look as if they were painted just yesterday. Most notably is the collection of miniature busts of Venus, Durres’s most worshipped goddess in ancient times.
Enjoy the view from the Royal Villa
Before fascism and communism, there was an Albanian monarchy, which lasted only 11 years. High up on a hill close to hotel Nais Beach you’ll find the Royal Villa of Durres which was built as a summer palace for King Zog I. He only used it for a single year before he abdicated the throne to Mussolini and the Italians. It was later used during Communist times, as a lavish place to welcome dignitaries such as Khrushchev and Jimmy Carter, on official visits.
Explore the Amphitheatre of Durres
The Amphitheatre of Durres is located in the center of the city, only 600 meters from the hotel, and dates all the way back to the 2nd century AD. It is the largest amphitheater ever built in the Balkans, with an original capacity of 20,000 people. The amphitheater was excavated in 1966 and has since become an iconic part of the city and one of the most popular things to do in Durres for Albanians and foreign tourists alike.
Take a walk in Taulantia Promenade
On warm summer evenings, a walk on the promenade next to the sea is the mandatory thing to do in Durres. You’ll find Albanian families dressed up in their evening best, participating in what is fondly called the “Durres Parade.”