Having managed to squeeze into the tiny car park of the “Villa Fortuna”:http://villafortuna.ba/en/ in Mostar, we headed for reception where passports were photocopied, and we were told breakfast was from 8am to 10am. We were handed a room key and told that it also acted as a key to the front door of the nearby apartment block that our room was in. It was a pretty cursory welcome with no information about the garden or stone house which we’d read about on the website, nor was there a welcome drink that reviewers on Trip Advisor had mentioned.
Our room, 6, was on the second floor of the 6-room block. It was modern, large and bright. It had a three-seater sofa, coffee table, grey wooden flooring, attractive rugs and double bed with flowery headboard. There was a large wall mounted TV with wardrobe and shelving both in grey wood.
The bathroom was a really good size with walk-in shower, basin, loo and bidet. Unfortunately, the shower was open on one side which despite being careful, meant a wet bathroom floor. A decent hairdryer plugged in some way from the mirror.
There was no safe, mini bar/fridge or tea and coffee making facilities but there was AC, which wasn’t necessary during our visit, and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Breakfast was served on the ground floor of our apartment block. It was very simple with cornflakes and muesli, a fruit bowl, yoghurt, a selection of cold meats, cheese, cucumber, tomato and olives. Eggs were also on offer and there was cake to enjoy with the decent coffee. At 8am, it was a relatively late start, and everyone arrived at once, and on one morning, it was exceptionally busy and very noisy.
Overall it was a rather strange stay and it didn’t really feel like a hotel.