Natyral Razma Resort is located on a mountain top in the Albanian Alps, about 40 km north of the town of Shkodër. At an elevation of 1000m, the hotel's picturesque setting includes a view of surrounding higher peaks. The resort allows guests to enjoy the unique cultural and historical heritage of the Albanian Alps. The lodge is beautifully appointed with local stone accents, exposed wood beams, and pine paneling and flooring in the rooms. Reclaimed wood is used as accent art pieces, and the ceiling in the bar was saved from a local home that had originally been scheduled for demolition. Local art, including paintings and hand-woven rugs, complete the rustic, yet welcoming, atmosphere. The hotel features a restaurant with locally sourced ingredients, including a rotating list of grilled meat specials. The dining space features several fireplaces, which come in handy during the winter, when the region can see snowfalls. The top floor includes larger, suite-style rooms named after Albanian folk tales. These rooms are suitable for families or larger parties, and additional beds can be arranged for children. Some of the top floor rooms include a large, stone patio with a view. During warmer months, there is an attractive veranda with tables and chairs for dining outside, as well as a playground for children. The resort features an airy and bright indoor pool, approximately 20 m (66 ft) long with lounge chairs, and a sauna. There are conference rooms available, and the hotel is well-equipped to handle corporate retreats. There is a bounty of recreational activities, and the owner/operators are happy to accommodate tour package requests. They have also put together various itineraries showcasing local scenery, flora, fauna, and historical and cultural sites in the area. One example is the "Symphony of the Eagles" tour, which includes guided hikes, tours of ancient Illyrian structures, a visit to a local artist's studio, and an evening of food, wine, and storytelling. Another tour, "The Week of Colours," includes themed multi-course meals, afternoon tea, a wine and chestnuts evening, and a guided tour of local outdoor attractions including caves, a waterfall, and hazelnut forest.