Mostar has seen many new objects built to accommodate the increase in tourists. Most hotels and/or pansions are smaller and have a more intimate feel to them.
‘Pansions’ usually range from 15-50 euros per night. Hotels generally run from 35 – 70 euros per night with breakfast included. Most places include sat tv, AC, and mini-bar. The more expensive hotels, 4-5 star, will range from 75-125 euros per night and offer all of the luxuries of western facilities. One advantage of Mostar is its compactness. It is rather easy to move around Mostar, even walking, from any of the hotels or B&B’s within the city. The ones nearer the Old Bridge tend to be a bit more expensive, but not in every case.
Many of the older hotels from the socialist era have been renovated and often offer high quality accommodation or on the other hand a cheaper alternative to the more costly modern facilities.
The smaller pansions or B&B’s have a nice family touch to them. One can often have nice experiences with the family themselves, drinking coffee or wine on the terrace with them. Local B&B owners are usually quite friendly and will go out of their way to help you on your trip. As Mostar’s popularity increases, it is advised that one makes reservations at least a month in advance if possible.