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Nice place for people without large requirements. It's not a real hostel, for example there's no kitchen, but the owner is very nice and takes her guests for a breakfast. It's close to the city center, near to the Vrbanje bridge and a walk towards the old town is very pleasant.. We were with Jasmina in a tunnel of hope, it's worth to go with her because it's quite far from the city center. She told us a lot about her war experience. I also liked a taxi driver who told us about life in Sarajevo.
I DONT think it is a hostel fair price, good location ,near the train station and supermarket. But I think it is just a flat with two rooms, a toilet and a bathroom, without kitchen and common area, instead of a hostel. The host, Jasimina , only appears at the flat in the early morning to wake you up. You find no ways to contact her in the rest of the day. I dont recommend the tunnel tour which costs €15 per person organized by her. She just brings you to the tunnel museum by a taxi and leave
Cozy hostel. Super nice staff, very helpful. Right next to the bus station and short walk from downtown area. Excellent price. Thank you for everything Jasmina! You made our experience in Sarajevo much more enjoyable!
Fine hostel. Location is perfect, a five minutes walk from the train station and ca 15 minutes from the city centre. Jasmina, the hostess, is very friendly. She might offer you to visit the Tunnel Museum which is recommendable. The museum is ca 7 kilometres outside of the city centre, so it was very helpful that she arranged a taxi drive. The hostel is in a flat and there is room for 8 people (6 in a dorm and one private room) in total. We had a private room, which was quite small but still fine
Nice place, very close to bus and train station. A bit of a walk to the very centre of old town, but it's a nice walk and the tram connections are great. Jasmina is a very nice host and we felt very welcome in Sarajevo. The tour to the tunnel is well worth it.
Jasmina was a wonderful host. Her help, her stories and her coffee were really nice. Although the hostel isn't situated in the city centre it is close enough and you can walk there. Just go there!
Jasmina is one the most incredible people we have met on our trip, besides everzthing everything which we needed, she also took us on a guided tour with a very personaland touching story of the recent history of Sarajevo, and provided food for our outgoing train trip. By far the most friendly hostel owner we have encountered. Hostel is clean, quiet area, good location, not a single complaint.
Great location (near the bus station), clean facilities and a very friendy host/staff. Had a great time and would definitelly stay at the hostel again if I ever go to Sarajevo. Thanx :)
At first I thought the reviews seemed suspicious, but all of them are real. Jasmina, the owner of the hostel, was like my second mom during my stay in Sarajevo. She is the nicest person I've met in a long time. She brought us to eat breakfast and take coffee and took time with us. The hostel is small (a 2bed private and a 6bed dorm) but cozy and is near the bus station (and about 10 minutes to the beginning of the center). Everything was clean, comfy and wifi worked well. Definitely recommend!
A simple hostel with no frills, but a wonderful and very interesting owner. Yasmina form an integral part of the Sarajevo experience :-) Thanks for everything, Francois
Jasmina was the best hostess ever, never felt such a warm welcome before. She waited at the busstation for us to arrive, told us everything we needed to know and much more! The hostel was right next to the central station, so that is also great for travelers. She even contacted her friend in our next city and got us accomodation. We can warmly recommend this hostel if you want a taste of bosnian culture and kindness. We will come back!!
I had spent 3 nice night in the hostel which is a very friendly place.Jasmina the owner tried to do her best to made us feel confortable. The room was clean and we get some home made breakfast in the morning bring by Jasmina. The localisation is perfect and easy to find. I recommend that place.
This was an amazing hostel, felt like a home and the owner Jasmina was awesome. Wish I had more time in the city. Well recommend hostels close to city centre and also bus station will be back at some point!!! Jeremy Nz
I don't recommend it It isn´t a hostel, it´s a poor and old apartment. No kitchen It´s not clean and 1day there wasn´t hot water There isn´t reception Jasmine´s persuasive,self-interest, wants money of you. She wants to sell hostel in other place, transport, tunnel of war(don´t buy it, its cost 5€ for adults and she sells for 15€). She opened the door without knock it. She made a pie to achieve a good review. It was a dissapointed experience. It´s the first time that I write a bad review.
The hostel is great if you're looking for a place to stay for a short while, near the bus station and about a 20min walk away from the city centre. The place is actually an aesthetically challenged apartment in an old building. I was staying with a friend in a twin bed room with no closet and very little free space for our baggage. Jasminka (the owner and staff) was very friendly and hospitable: brought us a burek the first morning for breakfast and called us to check if we needed anything. Nice
This probably is the best hostel in the world! Jasmina is an excellent host and a very warm person. She even buys you burak and coffee in the morning (where did you ever find this?!), perfect start of the day. When you are planning to visit Sarajevo you should definitely stay there! Who is tired of Hostel Enjoy, is tired of life!!!!!
This hostel is perfectly located between the centre and the train and bus station. It's basically what used to be someone's front room, with a clean toilet and basic bathroom. It is small and friendly and very safe, but the main point is the lovely hostess Jasmina, who leaves homemade baklava and bosnian pies on the coffee table and treats guests to breakfast, local advice and even tours. If you are looking for a big party hostel with lots of people this is not for you, but it is lovely.
Jasmina is an incredible host and lovely person. She gave a great introduction to the city.
Hostel Enjoy is more than just a cosy, clean and safe hostel in a great location... it's a wonderful little home away from home. The owner, Jasmina, is a wonderful, kind-hearted lady who will make sure your stay in Sarajevo is nothing short of amazing! I wished I could have stayed longer! :-)
Perfect. it s not an hostel, it s an HEARTstel. Go and live it by yourself.