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We have a range of budget places to stay in Mostar from as low as £6 per night
Based on previous Mostar accommodation searches, the average starting price is £11
Want to splurge? At the top end in Mostar, we have 7 places to stay with prices starting at £17
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Mostar is £11 per night.
Pere Lažetića 9Outstanding 97%
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mosvice The price-quality relationship for this hostel is great. Clean and big rooms. Helpful staff. It's only drawback is that it could be a little difficult to find. Just ask the local people, they'll help you getting there.
risto.sinkkonen Almir Taso and his brother were fantastic and we felt all the time like home. Brothers arranged a garden party for hostel guests and we met interesting fellow travellers. I recommend this hostel for everyone who wants to stay near old town. risto and erja sinkkonen from Finland
dsjames Following directions to the hotel we were slightly disconcerted, but the welcome was friendly, the place was modern ,clean and functional. No loose wiring or shonky plumbing which is the norm in Eastern Europe. The walls were hung with great paintings by the owner, and the general aesthetic was pleasing. We climbed down to the river at the back of the place, rapidly flowing turquoise stream, very beautiful. Pity we couldn't stay another night to use the barbeque facilities there. Although it is a bridge too far from the famous Stari Most, the position was central and much quieter than it would have been in the hub of the tourist district. The walk there was about 10 minutes, well worth it to get away from the musack.
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