Welcome to Skopje
Hotel City Central International
13 November Gtc Ii Floor, Skopje, 1000 Macedonia
Guesthouse City Central International is enjoying a central location in the GTC City Shopping Centre on Skopje’s main Macedonia Square. All rooms are air-conditioned and they come with LCD cable TV and a private bathroom with toiletries and a hairdryer.Laundry and room services are provided. The reception at the Hotel City Central International is open 24 hours a day.The hotel is within 20 metres away from numerous shops and restaurants. Carsija, the old quarter of Skopje with many bars and restaurants, is within 300 metres from the City Central.
Dining options at this Skopje guesthouse include a coffee shop/café and a bar/lounge. Guests are served a complimentary breakfast.Complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is available in public areas and an Internet point is located on site. The staff can provide tour/ticket assistance and tour assistance. Additional amenities at this Art Deco property include a spa tub, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. This is a smoke-free property.
Holiday Inn Skopje
Mosa Pijade Street 2, Skopje, 1000 Macedonia
The impressive Holiday Inn Skopje is in the middle of Skopje city centre and you can see the bricked walls of the Skopje Kale Fortress from our upper floors. You’ll feel soothed as you step into the Lobby with gentle music and a warm welcome from our attentive team. Just ask and we’ll pick you up from Skopje Airport, 25km away, with our shuttle service. We’re also 5 minutes’ walk from Skopje rail station.Our central location means that you can walk to government offices and financial institutions like World Bank and IFC in around 10 minutes. Upgrade to a spacious Executive room or Suite to kick back after conference days in Holiday Inn Skopje’s daylit, 700-person meeting room.You’ll find Skopje Old Town a few steps away, where the 15th-century old Stone Bridge crosses the River Vardar to the Ottoman-era Old Bazaar‘s mosques and covered market. Ascend grand Mount Vodno to admire the iconic 66-metre-high Millennium Cross, 10km away, and walk 15 minutes to cliff-top watchtowers at 6th-century Skopje Kale fortress.You can meet clients for coffee while you tap into wireless Internet in Aperitif Bar at Holiday Inn Skopje. Work up an appetite in the MiniGym and Sauna before warming Macedonian plates of pork or chicken and local Balkan wine in Restaurant Iris.
Holiday Inn Skopje has a health club and a sauna. This 5-star hotel features business amenities including a business center and audio-visual equipment. This luxury hotel offers a restaurant and a bar/lounge. The staff can provide concierge services, tour assistance, and currency exchange. Additional amenities include a casino, multilingual staff, and gift shops/newsstands. Guest parking is complimentary.
Borka Talevski 5, Skopje, 1000 Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
This city centre hotel is located opposite the Greek consulate, away from the traffic noise, but still close to the all the business and entertainment areas.Guests can use the on-site private parking place and at the reception desk there will always be someone to answer all your questions and provide for optimal security.There are 12 comfortable rooms (single, double, twin rooms and apartments), all beautifully decorated, that provide for a peaceful night’s rest.
This Skopje hotel offers a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Additional amenities include a rooftop terrace, tour/ticket assistance, and room service (during limited hours). Onsite parking is complimentary.
In its 2,500 years of existence, Macedonia’s welcoming capital city has had many different incarnations. All of them – from Roman to Byzantine, from Ottoman to Yugoslav – have left indelible traces on the city, as is evidenced by Skopje’s varied architecture and its mix of cultures.
Here one can find sleek modern hotels above cobblestoned Ottoman streets, stately neoclassical homes right around the corner from grand old Yugoslav-era buildings, chic cafes, shopping malls and brightly-colored new offices, red-bricked Byzantine churches and rounded Turkish mosques.
The concentrated complexity of Skopje today entices visitors, offering a great variety of things to see and do and constantly reminding of the city’s storied past.
The world’s best cities all contain at least one secluded natural escape. Skopje has two – a long, tree-lined park along the river, and the forested hills of Mt. Vodno, which overlooks the city from the southwest and offers excellent hiking and wilderness serenity within walking distance of downtown Skopje. The summit of Mt. Vodno is also crowned by the enormous Millennium Cross that presides over the city. From here one gets even more magnificent views of Macedonia’s capital.