Simon Smith | Manager, Operations and Destination Engagement | 31 May 2019

Albania

The tourist tax is known as the hotel tax (taksa e fjetjes ne hotel) and is decided by local governments (municipalities). Previously the tax was calculated as a percentage of the cost of the room but is now levied at a fixed rate per person or per room per night. Usually it is levied per person and the rate payable depends on the hotel’s star rating.

Below are selected destinations and further information can be found by clicking on the title of the destination.

While best efforts have been made to verify the accuracy of the information on 31 May 2019, the information displayed should be used as guidance only.

Last checked 31 May 2019. Euro conversion on 31 May 2019 for comparative purposes.

Hotel Star Rating
1 2 3 4 5
Lek (€) per person/room
per night
(no maximum nights)
Berat 70 (0.57) 70 (0.57) 70 (0.57) 175 (1.43) 175 (1.43)
Durrës 140 (1.15) 140 (1.15) 140 (1.15) 350 (2.87) 350 (2.87)
Sarandë 70 (0.57) 70 (0.57) 70 (0.57) 175 (1.43)  175 (1.43)
Tirana 140 (1.15) 140 (1.15) 140 (1.15) 350 (2.87) 350 (2.87)
Vlorë 70 (0.57) 70 (0.57) 70 (0.57) 175 (1.43)  175 (1.43)

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