x The average starting price for a place to stay in Mostar is £10 per night.
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
Pere Lažetića 9Outstanding 97%
kalimero We loved this hostel, very nice and clean. Comfortable rooms. Great location and Deny was very helpful. He came to pick us up at the bus station and even brought us at 6h30 am on our departure. I would highly recommend this hostel to anyone going to Mostar.
Pere Lazetica 6 (Carina)Outstanding 96%
Fra Ambre Miletića 2AExcellent 94%
brinder_66 The best thing about this place is the family who manage it. They will take all pains to assure that your stay is comfortable. But unfortunately the room I was given was perhaps the worst of all they had left in this busy season. It was separated from another room with big windows (though with curtains drawn from the other side) and I could hear the coughing of the guy next door the whole night. That room is not really a room to be rented separately - it should be one big room instead of two pvt rooms.
Mladena Balorde 1 (Musala Square)Excellent 90%
misiewicz. Dino provided fantastic accommodation. he is a great host. Him and his family were very helpful and very concerned about their guests during our entire stay. The location is perfect!
Trg Ivana Krndelja br.16Excellent 90%
gigaholic Basic but en suite room. Location close to bus station and easy walk to centre. The owners are very helpful indeed. For a one night stay with an early departure from the bus station (eg to Split) this is a good option
Braće ŠevaAwesome 89%
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