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Rondo's Hotel & Restaurant
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A celebration of senses, tastes and textures. Evoking pleasure to the eye. MUSE leaves nothing to chance to make each second with us a true tribute to art.
Hotel Rondo's opened it's doors in summer of 2012 in a unique enviroment next to the beauty of the Ionia Sea. I'ts mission is to offer a complete pack of holidays and experiences, rest and relax, adventure and tradition, food and drink in one place.
The Hotel offers a variety of rooms for every type and favor. The rooms are available with a double bed, double and single bed. Ich of the rooms it's decorated with modern design, comfort and a unique view by the Ionian Sea.
Available in an area where allmost everything is nearby, nothing is going to miss from your holidays except ofcourse the beautiful hiden beaches located outside of the town, witch is a must. Not tha there's nothing else to see, the town of Himara has a ritch history, beautiful places, monuments, beaches, churches and a lot of adventure awaiting for for you.
It's location is five minutes from the city center of Himara and situated next to a small beach called Guma Beach.
It's position and the sea side balconies provide a beautiful view of the gulf of Himara and the wonderful dawn and sunset.
By Car it's about 1.5 hours away from the nearest city (Vlore in the north & Saranda in the south). In summertime there are Bus lines every two hours from both city of Vlore & Saranda. Here you can find our location in Google Maps.
In nature, water is like blood in the human body; necessary and precious – Enjoy your Holidays!
A cocoon of luxury offers private access between the suite and private garden with an outdoor shower.
Intimate and refined, the suite offers a living room and a bedroom that opens onto a private garden with plunge pool, an outdoor living area and shower.
With a living room and bedroom that opens onto a private garden, the suite also offers an outdoor living area and an outdoor shower.
This cosy duplex suite features a living room, bathroom and an intimate terrace area on the lower level. The bedroom allows a preference for queen or twin beds and a bathroom is situated on the upper floor.
The luxurious living room and bedroom opens onto a beautiful private wooden terrace. The main feature is a contemporary bar for gatherings around a private wine cellar.
This magnificent suite offers a blend of contemporary luxury and French refinement with a living room, a bedroom, a large bathroom with a massage area and an oversized shower.
This spacious suite featuring a living room, a bedroom and a bathroom, is situated on the first floor. The elevated level offers amazing views of the surrounding landscaped gardens.
A splendid suite that features a lovely living room that opens onto a balcony, a bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and a spacious bathroom with a massage area, bathtub and oversized shower area.
A beautiful suite with attention to detail, featuring a bedroom and living room that opens onto the garden with a plunge pool, an outdoor living area and shower.
This duplex suite offers, on the first level, a living room with private access to the garden, a pool with elegant furniture and an outdoor shower. The upper floor features the bedroom, a spacious bathroom with a massage corner, a shower, a boudoir area and a large balcony.
This amazing suite has been created as a private estate offering a living room and a bedroom that opens onto a spacious private terrace, garden and plunge pool. The suite also features an oversized bathroom with a private massage area.
This stunning one-bedroom duplex room offers the following:
Starting from 25 square meters our rooms are designed with the latest standards of comfort and relax. Whether travelling in a group, with a friend or solo; if you’re a student, senior or just a tourist, we offer a choice of comfortable rooms and great rates to suit your budget and needs. From single rooms to family rooms, with private or shared or hallway baths, you'll comfortably settle in for a good night's sleep.
Albanian cuisine offers a truly unique blend of Mediterranean flavors. Representing a rich historical past, the food of modern Alba- nia has been developed over millennia and reflects a variety of influences. East meets west in many discernable ways throughout Albanian culture, but nowhere is it more evident than in the cuisine.
As in many other Mediterranean countries, olives are a staple in Albania. Although they are most frequently enjoyed on their own, olives are combined with many foods and are an essential ingredient in many signa- ture dishes. Types vary by region. Olives from the Berat region are prized for their unique flavor and low fat content. Olives from Vlora, Borsh, Himara, and Tirana are higher in fat content and are more often used for olive oil production.
Albanian cuisine also uses a variety of spices to enhance food flavors. Garlic and hot pep- pers are popular options for flavoring. Often subtle, the flavors sometimes arise from non-spice ingredients such as lemon, vin- egar, and/or yogurt.
Milk and milk products play a large role in Albanian cuisine as well. Yo- gurt is consumed daily by many Albanians and forms the basis for many sauces and other dishes. But- termilk is also very popular; both as an ingredient or alone, as a drink. Albanian cheeses are unique and also vary by region. The most pop- ular is a white cheese made from sheep’s milk and originating from the south. Similar to feta, it is found in many dishes.
Desserts often accompany Albanian dishes, thus completing the meal. Baklava, cookies, and puddings are all dessert staples. Another popular op- tion is some variation of sweet or savory dough balls. Boza is a common drink served as part of dessert. It is produced from maize and originates in the north. Particularly re- freshing in the summer, it offers a pleasant, non-alcoholic option.
Wine has long been produced in Albania, and represents a centuries-old tradition. Through archeological finds, production has been traced back some 3,000 years to the Illyrians, who established a thriving wine in- dustry. Wine production continued to flour- ish under the Byzantines.
We welcome you to Himara, where the green of the endless olive groves intertwines with the diaphanous blue of the Ionian sea and the azure of the sky in a perfect harmony.
Continuing your tour towards the south Albania, you will come across the small city of Himara, which has two neighborhoods: Old Himara built on the hill, and New Himara in the gulf of Spille. The beaches of Himara are Spille, Llamani, Potami, and Livadhi. They are all gravel beaches with deep, clear waters. Another site to visit is the Castle of Ali Pashë Tepelena, built on a small peninsula in the tectonic gulf of Porto Palermo. The castle is built like a triangle with walls 20 m high. It is said that this castle was built on top of the ruins of an ancient castle.
Himara comes to life during the summer tourist season, when visitors take up resi- dence in the hotels or in rented houses. Himara is the ancient residence and city of the Illyrian Kaon clan. It was settled in the ﬁfth century B.C. and its name is of Pellazgë (pre-Illyrian) origin. There are several religious sites to visit such as the Church of Shën Mëria e Athalit, the Church of Cassiopeia, the Church of All Saints, and the House of Lilo Llazari, which has been turned into a cultural monument.
Apart from the town of Himara, the region consists of 7 other villages: Dhermi, Pilur, Kudhes, Qeparo, Vuno, Iljas and Palase.
After passing Qafa e Llogarasë, you descend into the Albanian Riviera. This warm Mediterranean zone has nearly 300 sunny days a year. The list of places to visit begins with the beach of Dhraleo (Palase) known for its clear waters. Pompey and his army stopped at this beach in ancient times, when it was known as Palestra.
Dhërmiu is famous for its crystal-clear waters, and small intimate pebble beaches like Jaliksari, Shkambo, and Gjipea. Gjipea is a rare beauty, for it is situated at the foot of a 70 m high cliff. Close to Dhërmiu is the legendary Cavern of the Pirates. Dhërmiu is a picturesque village of a par- ticular atmosphere. It is thought to have ﬁrst been inhabited in 49-48 B.C. In Dhër- miu there is the Monastery of Shën Mëria, the Church of Shën Todhri, the Church of the Ipapandia and the Church of Shën Mitri with its frescos from the 12th - 14th centuries.
Eight km south of Dhërmiu there is the village of Vunoi, well known for its tradi- tions and patriotism. From here, the road goes to the wonderful beach of Jali, whose fantastic gulfs are distinctive from those in the rest of the Riviera. Vunoi is a unique village, built on a hill facing the sea. Here you can visit old churches like the Church of Shën Spiridhoni, built in 1778, and the Church of Mesodhia with paintings from 1783. There are also several architectural landmarks such as the ruins of the House of Odise Kasneci and the tower-like House of Shane Kote.
Close to the gulf of Porto Palermo stands the village of Qeparo with its own distinc- tive beach. Old Qeparo, built on the hill- side, has several objects worth seeing, such as the three-story Towers of Ali Pasha, the Monastery of Shën Dhimitri, and the House of Minella Gjika. The village of Borshi is situated a few hundred meters away from the shore, near- ly 20 minutes from Himara. This is the larg- est beach of the Albanian Riviera, almost 6 km of clear water. Built along the length of the beach are many hotels, clubs, disco- theques, and restaurants of all types. The hospitality of the villagers and the tradi- tional dish of grilled lamb are distinctive features you will ﬁnd in Borshi.
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MUSE Saint Tropez - Ramatuelle aims to ensure a memorable stay with impeccable service and attention to details. From a warm welcome on arrival to the sun-dappled retreat, to concierge services for organising helicopter transfers or restaurant reservations, the hotel is dedicated to meet every guest needs around the clock.
Other facilities and services include shuttle transfers to the beach, luggage packing and unpacking on demand, latest technology from iPads, Nintendo Wii, Loewe plasma screens and wireless internet access available in all suites, beach bag, towels and sunglasses at your disposal, dog-sitter, custom-made bicycles and lawn games within the hotel grounds, to name a few.
The Restaurant’s menu reflects the changing seasons with a focus on the simplicity of fine ingredients. Chef collaborates with local organic growers, dairy farmers and ranchers to procure the freshest, highest quality and responsibly raised product available. Catering to today’s more experienced, adventurous and health conscious diners, The Restaurant will emphasize quality in food and customer service…as well as a more involved relationship with respect to our food and the land and sea it comes from.
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