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Hotel Pellegrino

Fejiceva/Faladjica 1c, Mostar 88000 Bosnia and Herzegovina
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#7 of 24 hotels in Mostar
Hotel "Pellegrino", in a private property is a part of a newly built complex. It is located in the town center - pedestrian area between the town square Musala - old town center and the Old Bridge. The Hotel also has a parking area with 24 hours supervision. We offer something new in the world of hotel trade, and that is devotion to clients, high quality service and consistent staff training.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Laundry service
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Air conditioning
Room service
Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Sr S wrote a review Sep 2021
2 contributions1 helpful vote
Very pleasant atmosphere and great hospitality. Jelena owner was wery helpful with advices where to eat and what to see. Clean and beautiful rooms., located in the heart of the old town. Warm recommendations ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
senaUk wrote a review Oct 2019
UK254 contributions143 helpful votes
The hotel is located just a short walk from the bus / train station and from the old town and bridge. There are cafes lining the street by the hotel but I kept my window open all night and experienced very little noise from the street. The standard double rooms are huge. We had booked two rooms and were shown three to choose from. Each was the same size with similar layout, but individual quirky decor. The rooms were spotlessly clean with good, hot, showers (no shampoo etc so bring your own) and a very reasonably priced mini bar. Breakfast was good with quite a range to choose from. Staff spoke very good English, were pleasant and happy to answer questions about the area. Payment is in cash which I found a little confusing as it's priced in euro but the local currency is marks. Being Brits we had no euro, but it was fine to pay in marks at the standard 2 per € rate that we found was applied everywhere in town (most businesses in Mostar seem to accept €, mark and kuna). Would happily stay there again as the price was excellent for what you get in return.
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Date of stay: October 2019
Adelaide Hains wrote a review Oct 2019
1 contribution1 helpful vote
The lady I met in the lobby was just one of the most disagreeable people I’ve ever crossed paths with (late middle aged/old-ish, dark haired). Awful atmosphere in the lobby, too - which she obviously contributed to. I can see that some of the reviews mention her, which is why I can’t understand why this hotel is ranked quite well in Mostar (and why it’s so heavily signposted all across the old town, as if it’s just such a treasure). When I made a request to this woman that couldn’t be fulfilled, and I asked follow up questions because I needed help finding something in town, she became more and more aggravated with me. She began to raise her voice. I did nothing to agitate her and I was completely shocked. It was bizarre and absurd and reduced me to tears. Do yourself a favour and try a higher ranked hotel, or find a well-reviewed Airbnb hosted by a local. Avoid this dingy, unpleasant place and its staff at all costs.
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Date of stay: September 2019
1 Helpful vote
paddy524 wrote a review Sep 2019
Navan, Ireland42 contributions27 helpful votes
Ideally located just outside the old city of Mostar to facilitate the exploration of this historic place. A great breakfast, a spacious and well appointed room/kitchenette and helpful staff, with particular thanks to Aziz, all contributed to a memorable stay in this memorable town. A quick side trip to Medugorje also proved possible.
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Date of stay: August 2019
1 Helpful vote
Carilyn G wrote a review Aug 2019
40 contributions17 helpful votes
We booked this hotel because most of the reviews seemed really good, they had AC and were offering free shuttle service from the train station. I emailed a few days before asking for a shuttle on the day of our arrival. I started to get a bad feeling when I did not get a response. So, not having phone service, I sent a Whatsapp message and was able to reach the hotel. When I requested the shuttle, I was told that the station was only 150-200 meters away. He told me less than a 5 min walk. Great, no problem... except that google maps said that it was almost a kilometer away. Which is definitely not a 5 minute walk. The manager (or whoever I was messaging) finally conceded telling me that they would pick us up. But then he wrote back saying this was not possible and they would refund a taxi for us and it would cost $1.50 Euro. When we got to the station, we could not find any taxis, and then they charged 5 euro. Even though we could have walked, I was frustrated that this is a service they offered and it ended up taking over a half an hour and they we were overcharged. We then arrived at the hotel. I tried to explain this to the lady who seemed to be in charge. She told me that it was too much money and did not want to refund the money. I tried explaining to her that we were only frustrated because we thought that we would receive the shuttle for free without hassle. She immediately became more and more rude telling us we were way too early and could not check in. I acknowledged that we were early and just wanted to leave our luggage there and would return in the afternoon for check in. She did not seem to understand and became more and more belligerent. She was practically yelling at me. For Mostar, this is an expensive hotel and is rated 4 stars, so I was understandable flabbergasted that she was talking (even yelling) at me and being completely unaccommodating. I told her that we were not comfortable staying there and that we wanted to leave. She angrily gave us our passports and told us to get out. I asked her her name, and she started making up names, including Mickey Mouse in a very sarcastic, condescending tone. So my friend took a picture so we could report her to the owner or whoever was in charge. She then went after my friend and tried to take her phone away from her, she grabbed her back and started to pinch her. My friend demanded that she get her hands off of her and then she actually pushed us out the door. It was seriously the craziest, most outrageous thing I have ever experienced at a hotel. We were literally shaking, and almost in tears when we left the hotel. Then we found ourselves without a hotel in a foreign country at 10 in the morning. I messaged the number for who I think is the manager or owner and asked for him to call me. It was very strange because he would not call and seemed kind of unconcerned about a situation I think is very serious. He acknowledged that she was out of line and would face consequences. However, our situation was not rectified in any way, nor did he reach out after these messages to further apologize or make sure that we were ok. At the end, we stayed in Backpackers Hostel in a private room that treated us amazingly and was a quarter of the price. We definitely dodged a bullet. My advice is to avoid this place at all costs unless they make changes with their staff and customer service.
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Date of stay: August 2019
4 Helpful votes
US$44 - US$66 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Bosnia and HerzegovinaFederation of Bosnia and HerzegovinaHerzegovina-Neretva CantonMostar
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Pellegrino
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Pellegrino?
Nearby attractions include Museum of War and Genocide Victims 1992-1995 (0.2 km), Koski-Mehmed Pasha's Mosque (0.5 km), and Bastan (0.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Pellegrino?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Pellegrino?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a minibar, and air conditioning.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Pellegrino?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Pellegrino?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restoran Harmonija, Restaurant Mediterana Delicata, and Caffe Pizzeria Porto.
Is Hotel Pellegrino located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 km away from the centre of Mostar.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Pellegrino?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Old Bridge (Stari Most) (0.6 km), Kajtaz’s House (0.9 km), and Sniper Tower (0.5 km).