Mecavnik is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Mokra Gora, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Mecavnik Hotel provide air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Mecavnik Hotel guests have access to baggage storage, a sun terrace, and a gift shop. You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Mecavnik Hotel.
If you are interested in exploring Mokra Gora, check out a park, such as Nature Park Mokra Gora.
Enjoy your stay in Mokra Gora!
Overall disappointing! You have to pay to enter Mecavnik but there is nothing special to be seen. Instead of tipical serbian food or drink you can have a bad coffe and american donuts?! Prices are also very high. When we visited Mecavnik it smelled on fuel also? We were there a few years ago and it was much better.
Drvengrad is beautiful, very clean and well kept. Thankfully I am Serbian/Croatian so I understood all the signs and descriptions, but I heard people complain about not knowing what house is what. I like the authenticity of only writing in cyrillic, but they need to provide a map/legend for non-native speakers. The rooms were nice, but did not have a clean feel to them. They were basically empty now because of COVID so not sure why they didn’t place us in a “nicer” room. The bathroom was clean and very nice but the top bed sheet felt disgusting like it had never been washed and the bed sheets in general were questionable. The actual room was cute/nice theme. Phone didn’t work and heat didn’t work (outside dropped to 7-10C overnight as it’s in the mountains and I have a 7.5 month old). They told me at reception the next morning that it needs set to 28 C to work, useful info to have before a cold night especially since the night before someone came to fix the heater. Staff was very friendly and food was good. We tried both restaurants. Did not try the pool, but looked very clean and well kept. They provide towels and bathrobes! Will definitely visit Mokra Gora again, but not sure yet whether we’ll stay here. …
We booked this place not knowing what really to expect. We left with great satisfaction as it was perfect for meeting all of our needs. Beautiful rooms, good spa (only minus being that sauna and hamam work from 6pm only), great restaurants and service, very good location and atmosphere (jazz playing all day long), beautiful nature! The nice surprise was that if you stay here, you are able to use the spa at Iver hotel which is near by, less crowded and with a bigger pool. It was all an overall great experience. We will come back.
Situated in one of the most beautiful parts of Serbia, this village offers mix of stunning nature and serene, laid back atmosphere. The concept is original and well done, accomodation and food are nice except of some cottages that are very small and not up to the standards. There is a need for refurbishment and some improvements related to accomodation. But apart from that, the village itself is so original, sophisticated, artistic. You can listen to cool jazz music, take a book from a library, see exclusive photos of Che, Fidel and Pepe, watch documentaries..I loved artistic aesthetic od this place and authentic Serbian traditional style, fantastic landscape and good food.
Accommodation in Mečavnik is of completely different quality. Although at the same price, a certain number of rooms is in the basement, practically without daylight and with a bathroom window looking at the frequent outdoor corridor. The food is scandalous!! Although one would expect good quality local food (after a full day of hiking), the food is cold (eggs made at least two hours before serving, overcooked risotto), tasteless, menu for all options with the same appetizers, salad and dessert (risotto with cabbage salad, vitamin salad with beet salad), etc!!! It is really a shame that the tourist complex of this reputation does not serve local food, cheese, prosciutto ... homemade dishes... So, dear hosts, you have to learn a lot about tourism and nationally respected hospitality as it doesn’t take long before the bad word tspreads throughout Serbia and the region, which will result in losing guests who will spend their money in places where they know what tourism is and where they feel appreaciated!…