Nice historical example of traditional old Turkish lifestyle. Located on the banks of the beautiful Neretva river in the heart of Mostar a short walk from the Old Bridge.
We stayed at the Muslibegovic House, a small hotel booked through Booking.com. It was a little hard to find, but be patient as we found that many people are friendly and speak English. Our room, number 6, is above the lobby, but it was generous in size, beautifully furnished and quiet. The bath was small but functional. Wifi was iffy... More
This is a wonderful old house in the middle of the interesting city of Mostar. If you stay here, ask about the "Death of Yugoslavia" tour from I-house travel in Mostar. it's the most fascinating introduction to the recent history of this area. The tour is given by experts of the area (ours was a history teacher from Mostar). The... More
Visited this museum based on its excellent reviews and left somewhat disappointed. the admission fee was 2 euros for just three rooms, a few cabinets of antiques and a couple manniquins dressed in ottoman period clothing. A woman rushed through an English description of the house in about 5 minutes about the house and the different rooms. The f acility... More
Since I live near, it had taken me a while to visit this place, (mostly because you're never aware of the beautiful things right there in front of you :), but once I visited I just keep coming back. This place is a piece of history, when you enter the house, you get this immediate feeling you're hundreds of years... More
Muslibegovic House accommodated us whilst on a tour of the Balkans. Mostar still has evidence of the troubles but the Museum and Hotel is an oasis of delight within the small compact town even if it may prove difficult to locate initially. Streets are narrow and parking can be a problem although there is enough space in the road outside... More
Very friendly staff, and helpful in many ways. It is a little difficult to find, but contact the staff early and they will help with directions. Breakfast was delicious. Location was perfect for an easy walk to the old town.
We stayed two nights here the room was beautifully furnished and the staff very attentive and helpful. Beautiful gardens and buildings an oasis and only a short walk from the Old Bridge. We would definitely return should we be in the region again.
The Muslibegovic House is both a sight and a place to stay, and this review is in regards to the latter. We stayed here for our one night in Mostar and fully recommend it for anyone looking for a quiet stay in Mostar away from bigger hotels that aim for larger tourist groups. The house is tucked away on a... More
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