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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Hecco Sarajevo
The Hotel Hecco was clean, the staff friendly and they did our laundry in the promised timelines. It was hot while we were in Sarajevo, and the walk up the hill to the hotel in 35 degree heat was a bit of a bummer, but it was only 30 minutes or so from the centre of town so really not a problem. There wasn't anything nearby in the way of restaurants, but there is a convenience store and fruit stand nearby.
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