Villa Anri is set within an historic stone building in the Old Town area of Mostar that is included within the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The building includes lovely features, such as tiled floors, stone archways, traditional rugs and other furnishings. Outside there is a pretty courtyard, while the rooms are furnished simply and traditionally, but are also clean and modern with stylish bathrooms. The balconies offer outstanding views of the surrounding area, including the Stari Most, and a good quality continental breakfast is included. This is a beautifully furnished and traditional boutique hotel.
At the lower end of the price spectrum is Hostel Nina, a popular spot for backpackers. It is located a short walk away from the historic centre, right by the Neretva river, with a large garden area perfect for relaxing. The hostel is run by a local couple, and the husband is a former bridge-jumper and civil war survivor. They offer personal tours around the area. The rooms are basic but modern and comfortable, which makes it an excellent choice for those on a budget.
This hotel, built with traditional stone and wood, is located in the historic Old Town area and just 100 meters from the Stari Most. The interior is designed around traditional Bosnian features, such as dark wooden beams, traditional rugs, and low cushioned sofas. The rooms are generously sized as well as light and modern, with hand-crafted furniture. Some rooms come with large balconies and excellent views, while the hotel also has its own bar and dining area. It’s lovely hotel in a great location at the center of Mostar.
In the northern area of the city, away from the groups of tourists visiting the Stari Most, is Pellegrino Hotel. The hotel is stylish, with its own cocktail bar and chic interior, with features such as chandeliers, oversized mirrors, and vintage pieces. The rooms are huge and some have large balconies that look out over the Old Town; some rooms are studio suites and include a kitchenette. The rooms are ensuite, with modern and clean bathrooms, and breakfast is included.
Centrally located in the Old Town is Pansion Cardak, a recently renovated guesthouse with beautifully furnished suites and modern bathrooms. There is a lovely patio area at the front of the hotel where guests can enjoy complimentary tea and coffee (although breakfast is not included). Guests can also benefit from the hotel’s own tours around the city. There are only five rooms in total, which gives the quiet hotel an exclusive ambience. It’s a great option for a romantic stay in Mostar.
Muslibegović House is in fact a protected National Monument, given its historic significance as a prime example of Ottoman architecture. It is exemplary of a traditional mansion home, including features such as wooden beams, a romantic courtyard, and large windows. The rooms are grand and luxurious, also with plenty of historical Ottoman touches. It is located a little further out of the central area, so is peaceful, but it is still within an easy walking distance of the Old Town. For a taste of historic Bosnia, the hotel cannot be missed.
Motel Deny is home to six rooms, with beautiful views over the Old Town. The name ‘motel’ is rather misleading, since it is more of a quaint B&B hotel. The rooms are simple and clean with a fresh decor of white walls and minimalist furnishings. The hotel has a modern communal area and a restaurant serving Bosnian specialities that is open exclusively to guests. Motel Deny is at the lower end of the price range, but is surprisingly comfortable and high quality for the price.
Pansion Villa Nur is set within a historic building in the heart of the Old Town that has been recently refurbished. It only has a few rooms, which are all tastefully decorated and include ensuite bathrooms. The windows and balconies offer beautiful views of the surrounding city and river, and the hotel is just a short walk from the Stari Most. It’s a good option for a quiet stay in a small and friendly boutique hotel.
Hotel Hercegovina is a chic boutique hotel in Mostar’s Old Town. The interior is modern and sleek, and there are a number of different size rooms from which to choose. The exclusive hotel restaurant offers traditional dishes, including free traditional breads. It is in an excellent location near to the touristic centre of Mostar, with a lovely Bosnian restaurant next door for guests to enjoy – a lovely hotel for couples.
Hotel Almira is located in an area of Mostar that is full of authentic and traditional restaurants and cafes, as well as a number of sightseeing spots. The hotel is set within an Ottoman-style building, while at the same time it is modern and freshly decorated. The on-site restaurant offers traditional cuisine and breakfast is included. The rooms are light and airy, with modern bathrooms and excellent views of the city.