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Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House Hotel
Ranked #5 of 79 Mostar B&B and Inns
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Reviewed April 9, 2012

Wonderful stay. Would recommend. The owner gave us a drink and a tour of the museum part of the building on arrival. Our room was clean and romantic - good linen and comfortable bed. Newly decorated bathroom - although hot water didn't last. Good satellite TV but the walls very thin so reluctant to watch TV as could clearly hear the people staying in the room next door. Was strange that we were the only two couples staying but got given rooms right next to each other. Fortunately they were also considerate. Nice breakfast. Wifi did not work.
5 mins walk to the start of the old town leading to the bridge.
Lovely place to stay for our one night there.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 17, 2012

This was an incredibly wonderful experience for us from a number of perspectives:
1. This is a living treasure as it is a museum and a hotel in one
2. It is incredibly informative and you learn a lot about Bosnian and Ottoman culture
3. It is a fantastic place to stay with new and beautiful rooms
4. It has a lovely secure courtyard that you can sit within
5. It is fantastic value for money
6. The architecture is unique for a hotel and very well done
7. It is located in a quiet area and not too far from town centre (about 10 min walk)
8. The staff are very proud of their establishment and relish in telling you about their history and culture
9. The museum part of the place is about the house, its contents and how people lived
10. The place has incredible charm
11. Car parking spaces in the street are reserved for you

Overall there is no downside to staying in this place, just dont't miss the signpost for the turn off and note there are no street name signs as the whole town has been preserved as per the war.

Room Tip: We stayed in a room with a view out to the courtyard which was nice, however the windows are fairly...
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  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 14, 2012

I have slept here 2 nights last year in a twin room. As Mostar is not very big, location doesn't import much but from this place you can reach everything easily within walking distance.
The beds and matresses were good, the room was a good size but the bathroom was really little. The place was very clean. The breakfast was very good too.
When we arrived we got a really warm and welcomming greeting and we were shown around the place. The little patios are really enjoyable. You will also get a visit of the museum part of the house while you stay there. The museum part is actually mixed up with the hotel.
I think it's quite good value.

  • Stayed: April 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed November 6, 2011

My friend & I stayed here for 2 nights in Sept & were very happy with our choice. The room was a good size & the bathroom quite luxurious & well appointed. My friend slept in a queen size bed with elaborate side drapes brocaded in gold & while she was very comfortable, my single bed was really more of a narrow window seat topped with a hard mattress - I felt as though I was sleeping on the handmaiden's platform! However, everything was spotlessly clean, the welcome was warm & the breakfast excellent. I would certainly stay there again & recommend others to do so.
It's well worth doing the tour of the house as it may be the only time you get to stay overnight in a museum & it's fascinating to learn the history of the house & the Ottoman family who built it. The timber panelled ceilings are amazing & different in every room.
We had a downstairs bedroom in the main house & it was slightly unnerving to leave or enter our room under the constant gaze of mine "host & hostess" - 2 mannequins dressed in Turkish garb seated in the lobby!
Talking of entering - the house is fully enclosed by a high wall & guests are given a key to the main door set in the wall, but's it's a real circus trying to open it (turn the key once, pull door towards you & lift a wooden bar) & we never quite mastered the art! However, the wall did give us a reassuring feeling of security, always important for women travellers.
The hotel is not far from the train station, prob a 10-15 minute walk, but all on the flat so if you have wheeled luggage it's not a problem. It's a similar distance to the famous bridge & the Old Town & although the street the hotel is on does have a scruffy appearance, the area appeared very quiet. Mostar can seem a little unsettling after dark, with the occasional child beggar, dimly lit streets & noisy football supporters.
We had our evening meals at Sadrvan Restaurant, recommended by the hotel staff - huge servings (especially the local "platter"), but at reasonable prices.
The service at Muslibegovic House Hotel could not be faulted & we were even given lovely breakfast packs to eat on the train to Sarajevo which leaves at 0755, breakfast being served from 0800 onwards. This was most unexpected & greatly appreciated.
The train journey to Sarajevo was one of the highlights of our 5 week trip - the train was extremely comfortable & the scenery varied & magnificent.
Please try to stay in Mostar, rather than visit on a day trip from Split or Dubrovnik. The Bosnian economy is in pretty poor shape & I'm sure they need the tourist dollar more than Croatia does. The people are really nice & most are friendly, but i suspect life is hard for many of them. Souvenirs are inexpensive, so is the clothing & jewellery - my one regret is that I didn't spend more money there.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with friends
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Reviewed October 18, 2011

If you are looking for character and the real thing then this inn is the place for you. Still owned by a Bosnian family but used primarily as a museum and an inn - this place will transport you back in time. It has most of the modern facilities but is a little cramped. We had a top floor Pasha Suite which I would not recommend for NBA stars - or anyone over 6 feet. It was cozy and quaint but I had to do some bending and crouching in the bathroom. Nevertheless I liked it. The breakfast was very nice and the staff was helpful. We particularly enjoyed the conversation with the manager about life before, during and since the war. If you are in Mostar it is probably for the history - this makes a great place to stay consistent with Mostar's overall theme. It is a 15 minute walk to the bridge.

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  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 28, 2011

My husband and I stayed here with our toddler while visiting Mostar. The rooms are nice, breakfast good, and the staff very friendly. We arrived late in Mostar and needed a place to stay. The staff was very helpful. The hotel is 5-10 minute from old town.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed September 23, 2011

We had one of the Pasha Suites for our 2-night stay in Mostar. We arrived by train and it's a bit of a walk from the train station so if you have heavy baggage you might want to take a taxi. There is a small sign on the street pointing up the hill to the house but it's easy to miss. The room was fairly large, particularly by European standards. However, it on the top floor and the roof slopes down in the bedroom and also the bathroom, so watch your head. The hotel is also a museum and the room had beautiful woodwork, particularly the ceiling and the screen separating the living are from the bedroom. Good TV and wifi; also a fridge in the room. The suites are on the top floor and are quiet, but the rooms on the lower floors may get some noise from arriving guests, particularlly from the wooden stairs. The breakfast was quite good with a buffet of cold items. The house is about a 10-minute walk from the old town area. The staff is friendly and helpful and will give you a tour of the house at your convenience. They also prepared a takeaway breakfast for us since we were catching the early train to Sarajevo. It's not a bargain, but for the amenities and as an interesting place to stay it was worth the price.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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Address: Osmana Dzikica 41, Mostar 8800, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina > Herzegovina-Neretva Canton > Mostar
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Bar / Lounge Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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Ranked #5 of 79 B&Bs / Inns in Mostar
Price Range: $86 - $90 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 8
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