Welcome to Hotel Vrbak, your Novi Pazar “home away from home.” Hotel Vrbak aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a minibar and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the small hotel.
Hotel Vrbak features room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable.
If you’re looking for a barbeque restaurant, consider a visit to Emrovic raj, which is not far from Hotel Vrbak.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Altun Alem Mosque (0.3 mi) and Church of St. Apostles Peter and Paul (0.7 mi), which are all within walking distance of the small hotel.
Hotel Vrbak puts the best of Novi Pazar at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Look better from outside.It's an old hotel but very comfortable.Obviously need a renovation.Rooms r comfort with view on downtown and the river.Clean.Bathroom not big,with tube and old inventory.One part of hotel is above the river and is very interesting.Personel very kind.Cousine very good with domestic specialties and drinks.Don't expect much and u will spent nice time.Prices are normal.
It;s a quirky hotel with an oriental theme both inside and out. Very amusing though aged. Bed comfortable. Close to downtown and restaurants. Must say the the bathtub really was somewhat worn and needed to be replaced. Air conditioning works. Considering where you are, it is a very good hotel.
The location is good, right in the center of the city. But the hotel is dirty, veeery old, all the furnishing cries for a change. It is a very, very old hotel that needs a very serious renovation. The bathroom was horrible - to be honest, we did not use the bath at all. It was really old and dirty. The breakfast is very poor.
Been often traveler to Novi Pazar, but this is my first time in Vrbak. Hotel has 2 stars and by all means, this is it. Hotel is currently being renovating from outside, inside it seems to have refreshed already. Reception service is ok, parking area must be booked in advance although there is probability to find a space. Rooms are fine, clean. Be aware, if you have small kids to take care when open window, there is no security and kids can fall straight down. Bed are excellent quality, good sleep. Rooms look like returning to early eighties. Breakfast is from menu. Choices from different kind of eggs and sweet (honey, marmalade). All in all, unique experience and value for money. Architecture is great.
In a travel guide it said 'worth a visit but not a sleeping option'. As I was travelling with my son who values adventure infinitrly, we decided to sleep in Vrbak nonetheless. A weird experience indeed. Behind oriental splendour the rooms are as they should be according to the travel guide. My room was just renovated but the curtains could not close and some electricity wires ppeped out of the wall - still waiting for a lamp to be fixed. But the water flushed and the bed was OK even when I distrusted the grubby bedsheets. How funny, the bed was just a bit too long so that I could not close the door to the bathroom. But honestly I had an excellent sleep and, in good tradition, I woke up to the call of the muezzin on a nearby minaret. Such is life in Novi Pazar. Breakfast was quite OK, with eggs and cheese, juice and a fine Turkish coffee. The bill was extremely modest, just over 20 euro for all the above. Well, I think Vrbak is a sleeping option and I would conclude like the travel guide: long live Vrbak!!…