Although situated on a back road, with no scenic views, it is very close to the centre of town and lots of restaurants. The room was small but quite comfortable and clean, but not a lot of storage. The bathroom was small and there was nowhere to put washbags. The shower doors were not easy to open as they did not slide well and it leaked onto the floor. The water took over 5 minutes to get warm which was a real pain. Other people in other rooms had the same problem. There was a lift in the hotel. Breakfast was good and well presented with plenty of choice. Our room was not serviced on our second day but we did get given the towels we needed when we asked at reception. We were told that because we had been given a second room key we should have given it in to reception so that they could unlock the room. There was obviously a misunderstanding here because we had not realised this.…
I stayed in Parlament hotel about a dozen times and I find it be good value for money. Rooms are comfortanle, staff very friendly and helpful. Location is very good, close to city center. Breakfast offer is fine. There is gym for guests. The only small drawback are toilets which are clean but a little small and difficult to navigate with doors opening inside and at times one has to wait a while for hot water. Otherwise I enjoyed all my stays at Parlament.
The Parlament hotel is very well located near the pedestrian area and main sights of Pristina. The room was OK in size, and being a corner room, it had two windows. One of them looked out on the nearby mosque. We could hear their calls for prayer several times, but it didn't bother us. The bathroom would need an update, but for one night it was OK. We arrived by car. The hotel has no parking, but we were allowed to park just outside the front entrance. A problem when navigating to the hotel was that both the hotel's sign at the street and Google map direct you to a one-way street! You have to drive around the block. Breakfast was OK with a lot of local pastries, fresh fruit etc. Hotel Staff was very attentive and friendly. Would stay there again.
We stayed here for 2 nights at the start of our tour of the Balkans. The location is very convenient for the city centre – just behind the Museum of Kosovo, and only 5 minutes from the pedestrian area. It is also very close to two mosques, so light sleepers would find earplugs useful as the ‘calls to prayer’ were quite loud at night. We were in room 309, on the top floor. The room was an excellent size, and the corner position meant that it was lovely and light. The bed was very comfortable and the sitting area gave us a lot of space for our cases. The only slight issue was that the shower wasn’t fully operational, but it was fine for a couple of nights. Breakfast was good and the staff were very helpful. Overall, a good stay.
Stayed here a few years ago, changed the last time I went to Pristina, and I'm now back here again. Stayed 4 nights and all good here. Organised a taxi through the hotel to and from the airport (15 euro one way). Location is in an older part of town, but close walking distance to other areas (e.g. Liburnia restaurant is very close and would recommend). Breakfast fine as a buffet - including fried eggs. Avoid the coffee! Safe was available in room but locked and had to ask for it to be unlocked.