We stayed three nights here and thoroughly enjoyed our visit. About a five minute walk away from the chaotic Old Town, Villa Anri was a quiet refuge. We were welcomed with a choice of drinks, enjoyed the private terrace (room 301, but remember there’s no elevator) and a basic, but tasty breakfast. The staff were lovely and incredibly helpful with dining recommendations, finding a local ATM, arranging for local tours and a driver for our onward destination of Sarajevo, and providing some TLC one day when my husband had a cold — those instructions for medication in a foreign language can be tricky. Stay here,
We had a lovely stay here. We were met warmly by the staff on arrival and offered a welcome drink on their beautiful terrace with view over the bridge. The room was nice; well decorated and furnished. air conditioning and WiFi worked well. The bed was comfy. The only thing to criticise is the bathroom needed a bit of upgrading perhaps. Breakfast was ok : a bit basic. But very reasonable. Overall we really enjoyed here and it was excellent value for the price paid.
First off, you can't beat the location. Our family of three had an upper room with a HUGE balcony overlooking the old bridge. We could have used another day here just to enjoy that space properly. But exploring was called for, and a walk of just a minute or two put you right into the heart of beautiful old town Mostar. Balcony aside, our room was full of character, clean and quiet, and with good air conditioning and comfortable beds that provided a good night's sleep. Breakfast was plentiful and excellent. There was limited free on site parking, but we had no trouble securing a space. Our hostess could not have been friendlier. She provided wine to enjoy on our balcony when we arrived, and a bottle to take with us when we left! We were surprised to find her still on service in the morning, covering all the duties involved with breakfast - and in all that time, I never saw her without a smile. She was a true pleasure to be around (I'm only sorry I can't remember her name now). Oh, and she also recommended an excellent restaurant just over the small bridge which provided a memorable setting for an evening full of dramatic thunderstorms and heavy rain. All in all, an excellent stay, and I would definitely return for my next visit to Mostar.…
We spent five days in Mostar in May and we loved Villa Anri. Sabrina and Aida treated us like old friends, happy to answer all our questions about Mostar and offering tips about the region. The room was comfortable and clean and the location is perfect. Highly recommended.
Nice hotel a few steps away from the busy old town. I’m always sceptical to establishments that don’t accept credit cards but would still come back. Basic rooms, charming but need some touch up. Fantastic private balcony. Basic breakfast in the basement. Got a local bottle of red wine when checking out. That was a nice surprise :-)