Hostel Nina

Address: Celebica 18, Mostar, 88104, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hostel
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Nina Mostar

        Reviewed by gary.rosewarne

        Great stay

        Reviewed Mar 31, 2012
        by (1 review) South Africa , South Africa Flag of South Africa

        Our hosts were fantastic. Hostel is clean, wifi great and proximity to the old centre is perfect. Good parking right outside the hostel and its off-street.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        Reviewed by walterc

        Great place to stay

        Reviewed Nov 21, 2011
        by (29 reviews) Philadelphia, PA , United States Flag of United States

        Close to Old Town, but about 20 to 30 minutes walking from the bus station, Hostel Nina is a nice place to stay at, run by a family, who also live there as well. If you have a cell phone with you, you can call them and have them pick you up.

        Finding it can be tricky, as it is on a small street, that does not look too nice. But the directions on the booking site makes sense, as you just walk down the main street from the bus station (assuming you arrived into town there), in the direction of Old Town, passing by a cemetery.

        There is a sign on one of the windows, and the entrance is up the steps on the side. Trying to open the door can be tough sometimes, as you have to be careful not to do it too hard.

        The hostel feels more like a home, as mentioned before, with the owner Nina, and her family living there. More along the lines of being a guest at someone's house. The staff are great, which includes Nina's husband owning a bar in Old Town, and gave me a free drink there and has some stories to tell. There is her mother, who gave me a ride back to the bus station. And Nina herself, who runs the place. They all speak pretty good English, and give tours of the city and other parts of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

        The rooms are nice if small and very basic. The bathroom is more like using one at someone's house, as there is one on each floor. They are clean and well maintained. And there is one computer on the ground floor, which is free. And a kitchen as well, but it was closed when I was there.

        One flaw was the room was very cold, and although the temperature was raised on the heating system, it still did not warm up the room. As a result, I was sleeping in a cold room. Another issue can be, just getting there, being quite a walk and on a small street, where the sign can be tough to find. And the family does have a kid, so noise can be an issue for some.

        Other than that, this is a nice place to stay, and I would recommend staying at this place, as it's great value for the money. Wished I had more time, so I could take that tour that the hostel was offering.

        Hostel Nina
        Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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        Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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        Travel Blogs from Mostar

        Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

        A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Sep 27, 2015

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        1 comment, 20 photos

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        A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on May 20, 2014

        33 photos

        ... engaged in direct fire support of his comrades. He pointed out the street corners where he lost friends and neighbors to the shooting. For Ned and Suzanne, this was not simply a piece of history, this was a life experience.

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        War Ravaged but Stunning

        A travel blog entry by jono.anita87 on Aug 16, 2013

        9 photos

        ... of our guide and her families narrow escape from the siege. We were given an hour of time to explore the area ourselves and take a few pictures of the cool location. After hearing about Bosnian food we decided to order cevapici which was a large bread-like wrap with onion and meat sticks, it was delicious. Walking back to meet the bus in the insane heat we could see bullet holes in many of the buildings left from the war not that long ago. Four ...

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        Hostel Nina
        Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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        Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina