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Hostel Nina was an amazing experience! Nina's mother picked us up from the bus station and took us to the clean, spacious hostel. The beds were comfortable, and although there were only two bathrooms for the hostel, we never really had a problem getting ready at night or in the morning. The best part of our stay were the offered tours! We took both the war tour of the city and the Herzegovina tour of the region, and they were exceptional. I'd definitely recommend Hostel Nina to anyone in Mostar.
My bed sheets were so short that I couldn't cover my self !! The room was a bit cold!! But the owner was nice because he drove me to the station!
Very nice and accommodating staff. Clean place, nice rooms. Easy walk to the old city area.
I had a perfect stay in hostel Nina. They picked me up from bus station, gave some "welcome"-snack and gave me all the recommendations needed for the city. A really lovely Bosnian couple with big heart and great hospitality. Rooms were clean and location walking distance from stations and old city/ city center.
A great place where you get treated as an old friend or guest of the house rather than a client. Amazing people run this special place, you'd be silly not to stay.
I loved it here and would definitely stay here again. It's more a home than a hostel but was lovely and perfect for my stay. The staff were amazing - they even bought me in some cake slices and tea when I first arrived. As far as I know I was the only guest (low tourist season), which was perfect considering I was there to see the bridge and war damage (I studied the Balkans wars' for my Masters) so I appreciated having time alone to reflect in this city so vividly damaged by the war.