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“One of the oldest and best preserved Ottoman empire houses in the Balkans.”

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Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House Hotel
Ranked #3 of 70 Mostar B&B and Inns
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Bellingham, Washington
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“One of the oldest and best preserved Ottoman empire houses in the Balkans.”
Reviewed October 26, 2012

This hotel functions at the same time as a museum, nicely equipped in period furniture, with nice interior gardens with flowers and palm trees. Our room was spacious but not overly large, including a built-in sofa bench, old wooden floor covered with carpets. Modern bathroom. Welcoming host and reception staff with excellent English and German. Located about 400m from the old town and the old bridge, reachable in an easy 15 min walk. Very highly recommended.

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Shanghai, China
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Reviewed October 16, 2012

We stopped in Mostar on our way back home, and had a lovely lovely stay in this magical hotel. We shared a room with our two kids and loved the whole building complex, especially enjoyed the tea in the courtyard. It was good that the Muslibegovic house, at least, was spared by the war! Thanks, Gabi, for showing us around!

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San Francisco, California
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Reviewed October 12, 2012

We stayed one night at the Muslibegovic House. The staff were very nice, rooms were very quiet and clean, they had good Wifi, an average breakfast and parking (call ahead to reserve). There is no gym.

The rooms had an interesting decor but were very small with poor lighting at night. We had to use our flashlights to read and to see.

Overall, a nice and visually interesting place to stay.

  • Stayed October 2012, traveled as a couple
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NEW JERSEY
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Reviewed October 6, 2012

This is truly a fascinating place to stay. In th middle of the city, a short walk form the world-famous Mostar Bridge, this hotel-museum is really a find. You really get a vivid understanding of life here during the high point of Ottoman society. The hotel is also a museum with exhibits throughout the house of the living conditions in this "luxury" residence during the Ottoman period. The staff is professional, friendly and speak a variety of languages making the checking in and out process very simple. The walk to the bridge is about 10 minutes, longer if you linger along the pedestrian shopping street which imparts a truly "Istanbul-like" flavor. (hard not to linger). A remarkable and HIGHLY recommended. There is NO hotel nicer or closer to the bridge with as much authenticity and flavor.

  • Stayed September 2012, traveled with family
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Tokyo
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Reviewed September 28, 2012

We stayed one night at the Muslibegovic House following a recommendation in Rick Steve's Snapshot Dubrovnik book. We found the hotel to be a very well preserved period house from the Ottoman period, which in itself was interesting, starting with the tranquility of the beautifully cobbled inner courtyard with its pergola and shade giving trees. Beautiful! We were given a very warm welcome by the owner, who spoke perfect English, and was very helpful from the moment of our arrival, starting with a cool welcome drink, and orienting us with the facilities of the house. We had arranged to hire the services of Alma Elezovic (also recommended in Rick Steve's book) to guide us through the old part of Mostar town. When we arrived, the owner of the hotel already knew that we had arranged to meet up with Alma later in the afternoon, and matter of factly offered to phone Alma for us to let her know that we had arrived and to arrange our rendez-vous (We'd like to recommend Alma also, as we were able to gain a much deeper appreciation for the history and culture of Mostar as well as of the war years of the 90s when Mostar had turned into one of the most horrific battlefields of that conflict. Alma can be contacted by email at aelezovic@gmail.com). There was parking space for our car in the street in front of the hotel, with a security camera keeping an eye on it, and after entering the house and going up stairs to the first floor, we were charmed by our traditionally furnished room which nevertheless had been fitted out with an en suite shower, toilet and washbasin (rather cramped to be frank, but sufficient). There is an aircon in the room, as well as a small TV set with some international channels, and in our room which looked out over the courtyard we could get a good wifi signal which was a bonus. The hotel has a well on the premises which provides delicious drinking water straight out of the tap. The breakfast was taken in the beautifully decorated breakfast room, and the breads, cereal, juices, coffee, tea, cold cuts, yoghurt, cheese etc provided us with a good start to the day.
Last but not least, we found a very relaxed courtyard cafe/restaurant called Saray (on the street leading down from the hotel towards Karadozveg Mosque, just before the Mosque) which was inexpensive but delicious. The restaurant specializes in cevapcici and other grilled meats, and being hidden down a side street, is patronized by locals rather than tourists.

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Portland, Oregon
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Reviewed September 26, 2012 via mobile

This is a great experience if you are willing to be a small part of the display! From the gracious greeting to the interesting rooms, this is an experience a bit outside the ordinary. The rooms have all the modern amenities despite being in a traditional Ottoman style home which is also a museum. We really embraced it, but if you prefer a typical motel-hotel setting this might not be for you. The beds are comfortable. Bathrooms are tiny but fine. There are lovely outdoor spaces. Breakfast is included and the price is very reasonable. A number of tour groups come through so if you are trying to rest, that could be a problem. Otherwise I highly recommend it

  • Stayed September 2012
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Reviewed September 20, 2012 via mobile

Unique experience in 12 room family hotel, 8th generation in beautiful traditional building. Owner attends to beautiful yard. Only breakfast served, no other meals. Good location and very worth a stay. My second time, and I will keep coming back. Closef from mid November until 1 March.

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Property: Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House Hotel
Address: Osman Dikica 41, Mostar 8800, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina > Herzegovina-Neretva Canton > Mostar
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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Ranked #3 of 70 B&Bs / Inns in Mostar
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Hotel Class:3 star — Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 8
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