Hotel Cajupi Tourism of Gjirokastra
“Service to our customers is key. We work hard everyday to fulfill our clients needs – our dedication to perfecting the travel experience is our top priority.”
“Cajupi” – Staff
Hotel Cajupi, in the city of Gjirokaster, is widely known as the largest tourist complex in its region. With a convenient location for touristic travel, the hotel sits beneath the castle of Gjirokaster in the Cities Square named after the patriot “Cerzciz Topulli”.
Its construction began in 1960 with the intent to work with the Albanian Architecture Professor Skender Luarasi. The structure of the hotel was carried out by the best experts of its time. In particular, the arc in the hotel’s entrance was made of craved stone.
The hotels official opening date, 18 September 1964, coincided with a ceremony and also the liberalization day of Gjirokastra, where it was given the name “Tourism”.
Hotel Cajupi was built by the communist regime of its time and also served the few tourists and foreign delegations that visited Gjirokastra.
It was the hotel’s staff that made the name of Tourism well known for its service, unique traditional cuisine, and deserts.
There was an immense amount of work put into the reconstruction of Hotel Cajupi as well as the change of service personnel. The hotel staff worked hard under the motto “To faithful tradition and boldly to bring innovations of the time.”
Hotel Cajupi remains the main referral in the Gjirokaster region because of its abundant faculties, quality services, qualified staff, traditional cuisine, and warm professional hospitality.
The hotels strategic location serves as a bridge connecting the historical part with the new modern part of the museum city.
The following destinations are reachable by foot from the hotel: routes that lead to the baazar, museum houses, banks, cultural centers, and the Argyro castle.