The kind of hotel that makes anyone but the richest of millionaires feel like a homeless wretch, Stone Bridge comes with shades of Ottoman opulence, a shiny lobby, glistening brass fittings and equally well-polished staff. The rooms opt for a crimson, cream and mahogany approach, and feature lush carpets, flat screen televisions and a Jacuzzi in every room. Want more? Ok. Unlike the cellars in most hotels, where the staff keep their bicycles and the cleaners use as an unofficial smoking area, down here there’s a small swimming pool, a Jacuzzi slightly smaller than Lake Ohrid, and a Turkish bath. And it’s called Stone Bridge because that’s where it is, so you can’t really beat the location either.