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Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House Hotel
Ranked #5 of 75 Mostar B&B and Inns
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
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62 reviews
35 hotel reviews
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“Welcome respite close to the Mostar bridge.”
Reviewed 23 August 2009

Although somewhat tricky to find, the Muslibegovic House is worth the effort. Located not far from the Mostar bridge, yet somewhat off the beaten path, the hotel provides a welcome respite from both the heat and the crowds. The friendly owner speaks multiple languages and is very helpful. Our suite was quite large and beautifully furnished in Ottoman style, befitting the history of the house. The al fresco breakfast was decent though not spectacular, but the setting made up for anything lacking, and it was definitely sufficient to start the day. Prior to entering the main house, where some of the rooms are located, shoe removal is mandatory. Parking is on the street and might prove difficult with a large vehicle.

  • Stayed August 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 August 2009

We are looking for hotel for longer than 2 hours. When we found there was no hotel parking. Room price is agreed at the 65 Euro 85 Euro departure. Breakfast poor. Staff not kind. Room and bathroom smells, air conditioning not working well

  • Stayed August 2009, travelled with family
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Melbourne, Australia
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129 reviews
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 126 helpful votes
Reviewed 19 July 2009

This hotel is beautiful - set behind high walls in lovely, flowery courtyards. The hotel has some display rooms, showing how an Ottoman Mansion would have looked in days gone by (visitors can visit these rooms without staying here) and there are guest rooms. Ours was huge, had a high ceiling and dramatic furniture, including a four poster bed. The room was immaculate and comfortable; the owner was kind, helpful and modest. He took us on a tour of the display rooms after breakfast before we left.

The mansion itself is genuine - it was undamaged in the war despite its proximity to the old town which was destroyed and rebuilt. It is difficult to find, especially in a car, but is well worth the effort and there is parking on the street outside the walls. Once you are there, the old town and bridge are easily walkable.

Muslibegovic House is quite an expensive place to stay, but it is a real one-off and worth the extra money.

  • Stayed July 2009, travelled as a couple
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218 reviews
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Reviewed 13 July 2009

Mostar was probably the highlight of our trip around the Balkans even though I hadn't been that keen on going across from Monte Negro to Bosnia. It is a truly enchanting town once you get through the shabby suburbs.

The hotel is a former ottoman mansion with all its original features. Our room had a four poster and some lovely antiques overlooking a courtyard filled with flowers. In fact we liked it so much we stayed a second night.

The owner was born in the house and gives free guided tours each morning - his english is limited though and this was a problem when we were trying to find the place- It is situated in a quiet residential street and is hard to locate. He was unable to give any directions at all over the phone.

Breakfast outside in the courtyard was lovely although it was all buffet- fresh coffee and juice would have been nice as the hotel is not cheap at all.

Mostar has some great restautants and bars in the old town so you will eat well. Bosnian food is very like middle Eastern food- high quality and tasty.

This is a great hotel and only fails to get full marks on price.

  • Stayed July 2009, travelled as a couple
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London
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 10 helpful votes
Reviewed 29 May 2009

The museum / hotel is set in a beautiful, walled complex. It was perfect for us as we wanted to see the bridge but get away from the throngs of tourists in the heat of the day. The staff were helpful and nice and gave us a tour of the museum too. Although you can find accommodation for much much less money it was well worth it. A lovely, relaxing place which was exactly what we needed after the 4 hour non-air con bus from Dubrovnik!

  • Stayed May 2009, travelled as a couple
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London-ish
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Reviewed 20 April 2009

I was in Mostar for one night with my wife (who didn't want to go to Mostar in the first place) and chose this hotel from the previous recommendations on TripAdvisor. And it was excellent. Nice, small hotel with a friendly owner and a decent breakfast the next morning. I felt like splashing out and went for the Pasha Suite room (to keep the wife happy!) which is a bit more expensive. If I'm absololutely honest I think a simple double room might have been better, and not just because I'd have saved myself a few Euros. Very low ceilings in the Pasha Suite. But that would be my only criticism. Brilliant location. Great hotel. Thoroughly recommended.

  • Stayed April 2009, travelled as a couple
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Falls Church, Virginia
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 72 helpful votes
Reviewed 19 April 2009

We recently had the absolute pleasure of staying at the Muslibegovic House/Museum/Historic National Monument in Mostar. It was wonderful, and I would not dream of staying anywhere else there in the future. My Mother and her friend loved it as much as I did. The prices were also surprisingly reasonable. The house is so beautiful and historic that I still can’t believe that they have opened it up to private guests. Check the photos on their website to see what I mean: http://www.muslibegovichouse.com/. The service was wonderful, and the owner was always around to assist us personally. My room was gorgeous. The furniture and the ceilings were all wood, and there was a beautiful colored glass lantern. The owner said that everything is just how it was in the past, with the addition of some modern amenities like flat screen tvs, wireless internet and modern bathrooms. The place is a perfect medley of history and convenience! A free tour of the house is included with each stay, so we got to see one of their “Pasha Suites” upstairs. It is a bigger room with a double bed and a beautiful and intricate wooden divider separating the two parts of the room. They also have a large conference room – done up completely in the old Bosnian style. He said that they can host meetings of up to 40-50 people. There are 11 rooms, sleeping a total of 22 guests. Breakfast was in a lovely room, just off of their gorgeous, large patio/garden with a stone floor. The food itself was standard. The only downside to the hotel is that parking was a bit complicated – street parking on a narrow street, against the wall that surrounds their compound. Also, the bathrooms are small – but that is small price to pay for sleeping in a museum. The hotel is a 5-10 minute walk to the Old Bridge (depending on how many souvenir shops you visit along the way!). He said that they are already getting reservations for this summer, and he recommended booking early. I couldn’t recommend this hotel more highly. It is a very special place, and staying there was an unforgettable experience.

  • Stayed April 2009, travelled on business
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Property: Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House Hotel
Address: Osman Dikica 41, Mostar 8800, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Region: 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 75 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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