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Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House

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Address: Osman Dikica 41, Mostar 8800, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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A must stay in Mostar!

We are so lucky to have had the chance to stay here at this national house. The staff made us feel so very welcome offering us drinks and snacks in the courtyard garden which is... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2016
Kotor, Montenegro
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Kotor, Montenegro
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16 reviews
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Reviewed 23 October 2016

We are so lucky to have had the chance to stay here at this national house. The staff made us feel so very welcome offering us drinks and snacks in the courtyard garden which is an oasis. The room is compact but very welcoming and in the traditional Ottaman style Breakfast was varied and we even got our own private... More 

Thank sueelks21
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Reviewed 19 August 2016 via mobile

We stayed here for two nights and couldnt recommend it highly enough. We have a young baby and found the staff truly wonderful helping us in any way that they could. The room was a little small with the baby but there was plenty of safe enough areas outside in the enclosed court yard for playing.

Thank JTalbotSA
2 reviews
Reviewed 7 June 2016

Top 10 Hotel in the World for 2010.Nice historical rooms and delicious breakfast.We booked nice pasha suite room that is on the top floor.

Thank enco c
Minneapolis, Minnesota
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70 reviews
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Reviewed 23 May 2016 via mobile

This house is definitely underrated. You should definitely make a trip here. It only costs 2 euros or so and the guide takes you around the house and explains the history of the family. She explained the cultural history and architectural history. Although it is also a hotel, we did not see any guests. The house was beautiful and over... More 

Thank 136renaew
Faro, Portugal
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70 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 34 helpful votes
Reviewed 20 May 2016

I visited this house and it was a terrible experience. It's a museum house and a hotel... at the same time... basically the same spaces... it's really, really awkward to go up some stairs and having hotel guests running to close their rooms doors before us, the "museum" visitors could get there... and still have a vision of an older... More 

1 Thank TorgutPt
Phoenix, Arizona
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31 reviews
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Reviewed 7 December 2015

My husband and I stayed at the Muslibegovic House in October. It was quite a unique experience. Each person we came into contact with was extremely helpful from the very beginning including helping my husband park our car in this tight residential area to our tour of the home. The proprietor, who was born in this beautiful Turkish home, was... More 

1 Thank Jeanne_desert_AZ
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Reviewed 5 November 2015

This is such a fantastic hotel! The owners are extremely helpful and just great people who will welcome you with such hospitality! The hotel premises are simply amazing and very well kept. You will get a good sleep in the traditional rooms and have a great start to your morning with the great breakfast. We were completely blown away. Only... More 

Thank Kristiina83
Reno, Nevada
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Reviewed 12 October 2015

Is this a tourist museum or a hotel or tourist trap? The building is tastefully decorated, but what's up with the manequins? I wanted to like this place, but I felt like I was just visiting a tourist trap and not a museum.

2 Thank Linnbada
San Francisco, California
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Reviewed 7 October 2015 via mobile

Since its a hotel, you're not allowed in the guestrooms. So you're walking through a couple of very well-preserved Ottoman era spaces, and seeing many closed doors. But then after a few minutes you realize that you paid 4 KM to walk through the common areas of a hotel!

1 Thank Harold F
Paciano, Italy
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 41 helpful votes
Reviewed 30 September 2015

We found this small hotel on the internet and had extremely lovely stay for three nights. This three hundred year old Ottoman style home has been charmingly converted to a hotel. The staff was delightfully helpful and friendly. I can't recommend this establishment enough.

Thank bbinder

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