Hotels are divided into five categories: L, A, B, C, and D.
In the first three categories, each room has private bathroom facilities.
Hotels in health care centers and spring resorts have facilities required for medical rehabilitation.
The price of hotel services is equivalent to European standards; the peak season prices are higher and single rooms are one-third the price of other rooms. In addition to the room fee there is also an accommodation tax.
Many hotels offer half board (breakfast and dinner) or full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner). Prices for these packages are affordable.
Motels are most frequently located on major highways or near border crossings. In certain cases, these hotels are B category.
Overnight stays (accommodation) in specific rented rooms and apartments (in private housing) are the most affordable
accommodation available. In some towns, this is the only type of accommodation available. The registration of guests and room assignment is conducted by the local tourism board.
Inns located on major highways often do not have facilities for overnight accommodation; some have rooms in the attic that are significantly less expensive in comparison to hotel accommodation.