The hotel is housed in a large, rather impersonal looking building, but once inside you'll find the surroundings far from ordinary. The owners, the same family that owns the U Krale Karla, a little further up in the city, certainly know their stuff when it comes to antiques, in fact, they are keen collectors. This is clear from the decor, which heavily features their findings. 'Pava' actually means 'peacock', and you'll certainly find plenty of angels and other religious references, gilding, heavy fabrics, stained glass windows, and chunky wooden pieces proudly displayed here. It's not to everyone's tastes, but you certainly can't say this place lacks originality or character, especially since the surroundings are perfectly welcoming.
The best bit about this place is the nooks and crannies tucked away beyond the reception area, where you'll find an entire corridor decorated with paintings depicting a (possibly Greek?) festival giving thanks for good food and good wine, complete with artificial bunches of grapes! The ceiling, meanwhile, consists of a huge composition of decorated and illuminated stained glass windows. There are several staircases leading up to the guest rooms so you'll need to know where you're going, particularly as the communal areas here are rather dark. There is also a bar located in the breakfast room on the ground floor.