Each apartment contains own bathrooms, there is a kitchen, air conditioning, cable, and internet access. Exceptional value of our apartmants is the plenty of the daylight inside of our rooms, and also excellent views from our windows to some Old parts in Mostar. We also got taxi. In front of our object there is secure parking place, where you can park your car.
300 meteres from famous "Old Bridge" , great views.
I was soooo lucky and happy to stay at the Private sobe-hostel.
That is the best for me.
1.very near by the Mostar's train and bus station.
2.the women there is very frendly and speaks English and little bit German.
3.the preis is just 10 euro pro night.
I recommend you the Private sobe-hostel "Maida Begic",who wanna visit Mostar;-D
The women is so frendly and like a mother.
She cooked breakfast and supper for me.That were amazing.
I stayed two nights in a Private sobe-hostel in Mostal.
The Private sobe-hostel,s name is "Maida Begic" and very nearby the Mostar's Bus and train station.Besides the rooms there are very beautiful and clean.The best thing is the women there.She speaks English and a little bit German,and so frendly.She cooked breckfast and supper for me.That were amazig.I was plannig to stay just one night in Mostar.but the next day,I arrived in Mostar was a rainyday.then I deceided to stay there at the Private sobe-hostel "Maida Begic" .The choice was right.
I recomend you.who wanna visit mostar;-D
and the preis pro night is just 10 euro.
When we arrived in Mostar and were trying to park to look for motel Kriva Cuprija, we were approached by the manager of family run Pansion Rose who gave us the business card of his pansion. He speaks fluently at least English, French and German.
We had seen that Pansion Rose was not inside the old town but 500m away, along a busy road, so, we had not selected it at first. Since we had found nothing else, we went there and were very happy with it.
The lady spoke perfect English and was very welcoming. The rooms were very clean, the breakfast excellent and as the rooms were lower than the road, we were not worried by the traffic at night.
They have a private, enclosed, parking.
The only drawback is that to get to the old city, you have to walk on an uneasy sidewalk, along a major road busy with traffic. The surface is far from even and it is almost not lit, which makes it rather uncomfortable when coming back after dinner!
Nevertheless it is a good choice.
Oscar Pansion (ten meters behind Motel Kriva Cuprija) was our second choice. We had read that « rooms are very clean, with television and air-conditioning and the price is surprisingly low ». It has two entrances. Both doors were closed. We rang the bell on the one that had a house bell, knocked repeatedly at the other door, came back 15 minutes later but to no avail, nobody answered !
Same as motel Kriva Cuprija it is very well situated.
The hotel is centrally located, but that's about the only positive thing about it. The rooms and toilets are small and the breakfast really poor. The price in 2007 was 55 euros, which is some 30 euros less than in Hotel Ero for example. I think it's worth paying the extra..
Our stay was all too short but we couldn't have picked a better location or found ourselves more comfortably accommodated than we did in this newly renovated top floor apartment with its wide terrace and fabulous view of Mostar's famous bridge and the beautiful Neretva River that flows through the town. Two bedrooms, shower room, a huge kitchen/dining/living room, off-road parking, spotlessly clean, beautifully furnished and fully equipped, satellite television, DVD player, internet access - there was nothing more we could have wanted.
We were there in August (2007) and only paid 80 euro a night. Looking at the only website listing it now (October 2007 and not the one I used) I see the apartment, and the others in the building - there are three, one per floor - are priced at GBP115 a night - quite a bit more expensive. The apartment does sleep 4 people and is truly lovely so is worth considering if your budget will accommodate this cost.
The apartment was no more than five minutes walk from the bridge and the historic streets and buildings in that area. The views from the terrace were wonderful, observing the changing light on the creamy stones of the bridge through the day was lovely.
The top floor apartment is nicer than the middle one - lighter and brighter in its decoration and the terrace gets more sun. The ground floor flat was still being renovated when we were there - it certainly looked as though it was going to be just as well done as the others.
As I arrived in Mostar I had no clue where to stay. Luckely there were some ladies standing at the busstation in Mostar. Maida, a blond lady of approximatly 40 years old took me to her place. Her place is nearby the busstation which is great for people who travel via public transport through this area. Maida lives in a three room appartment. She rents all three of them. The poor lady sleeps on the couch by the kitchen. Buts she sais she doesn't mind. Her rooms and bathroom are very clean. She has two big rooms where you can fit easily with two or three persons, and the little room is for lonely travellers (as I was then).
Maida hospitality is a part of her culture. She always offers something to drink or to eat. Her English is very poor, but with lots of hands and foot communication (as I put it) you can have a delightfull conversation. You will get a key for your own so you can go in and out as you wish. Her appartment is only ten minutes of walking from the city center. The streets are quite save during the evenings, even for a girl.
The price was also okay! I've paid 10 euros per night. That is quite okey for the region.
You can also use the washing machine. But do not get suprized when your washes are already been ironed when you get back to the appartment.
So if you are interested in Maida's place you can just ask some people at the busstation for Maida Begic. They will know her. She lives on the left of the busstation, the direction of the city center, across the street there is a tank station.
You can use the kitchen and the washing machine.
There are some rooms with airconditioning.
It is nearby the city center and the busstaion.
The owner, Maida, is very freindly.
You will get your own key.
The appartments has a elivator.
There is always something to eat or drink. I recommend the Turkish Kahva!
We arrived at the Bus station in Mostar with nowhere to stay. There was a Lady at the Bus station who who was offering accomodation in her house for 10 Euros per night.
We stayed here for two nights. When we came back on the first evening, my washing was hung in the garden and then brought in to my room, which was lovely. We soon realised that the lady slept in the Garden and rented out all the rooms in her house during the summer to raise money to carry on re-building her home.
This place is in the old town of Mostar and a few steps to the old bridge on Neretva river. The pension was very well decorated. It has a minimalist style. To be honest i didn't expect to stay in such a well decoreted and clean place in Mostar. The rooms have air conditioning, satellite tv and shower. The room we stayed was beside a bar and that's why it was a bit noisy at night. There was live music at the bar. You should prefer the back side of the pension. Manager speaks German and Italian. English is also spoken.
The pension is right in the center of the old city, amazing...
This was a wonderful place to stay. It is located in a lively, residential neighborhood on the eastern side of the Neretva river just a 10 minute walk from main sights. We had an apartment with two rooms and a TV room and a bathroom upstairs from the owners, who are the sweetest people, like most people from Mostar are. The owners speak German and some English. The place is very clean and well-kept. Most tourists take a day trip to Mostar, but it is worth spending the night there and experiencing great hospitality and speaking with the people there who are very open to sharing their experiences.
We had a great view of the red-tiled roofs of Mostar and the hill with the large cross dauntingly overlooking the town.
Private accomodation might be everything from a shack to shere luxury. This place is one of the best I have been to! It is run by mother and daughter Jadranka and Nina Sefic, and is situated in the croatian part, but a short walk from old town Mostar. If you make a reservation ahead, they will pick you up at the bus / train station.
The room we rented had a double bed and it`s own balcony. It is in a flat with three rooms, the other two rooms contains three single beds. There is a small kitchen and a bathroom, and as many towles you want :-) The place is very clean, they come in cleaning every morning.
For this we paid only 10 Euros. Well, my travelling companion is a 50 cm tall moose, I guess we would have paid 20 had he been a human ;-)
For the price of 15 € per Person we got a double room with good value.
The hotel is near the city center direct at the road to Sarejevo.
With a short walk you can reach the bus / railway station.
The reception is opened 24 h.
The rooms are in good condition.
There is aircondition in all rooms.
The hotel is very new.
Satelite TV is available.
The staff is friendly.
The breakfast is good.
Pleasant enough pension with double rooms and aparments. I got a room with shared bath for 15 Euro. There was no offer of breakfast or half-board but the owners have a small cafe on the street entrance. Quiet neighborhood about 5-7 minute walk south of the Old Bazar on Marshall Tita street.
its realy good location the center ,like 5 minutes walking,realy clean and friendly owner,include air conditioner and privite bathroom
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