Cozy 4-bed room in a homey house in Sarajevo. Each bed with privacy curtain, reading light, charging station, and locker. Plus tons of common areas in the whole house to meet other travelers.
The Doctor's House is a small hostel that feels a whole lot like a home. We do our best to connect every guest to local Bosnian artists, craft-makers, farmers, and businessmen so that your visit to Bosnia i Herzegovina leaves a positive impact on local lives and local economy. You can count on a comfortable bed, a clean house, a great view, and smiling staff ready to answer your questions.
Not traveling with a group of 4? Send a private message to learn about more accommodation options for shared rooms, a private 6-bed room, 10-bed room, private twins and doubles, or our family room.
Free high-speed WiFi throughout the building
Privacy curtains on all dorm beds
Free sheets & towels
Free city tour (tip-based)
Guest kitchen with all-day free coffee, tea and spices
Great common areas - indoor and out
Free maps & Info
Free luggage storage
Free street parking
Interaction with guests
Too addicted to travel to live without it, I opened up a small hostel so I could keep a finger on the pulse of the wanderlust coursing through the human vein. Both I and my small staff love to meet new people and excited to hear your travel stories and introduce you to the best of Sarajevo through recommendations tailored to your interests. We look forward to getting to know you over a coffee in the kitchen or at a grill night in the garden. Come on over. :)
Other things to note
Reception is generally only open from 9-22h. Please let us know if you'll be arriving outside those hours so we can organize someone to wait up!
Out of respect to our neighbors, I ask that you be quiet outside (on the street, balcony, garden or terrace) after 22:00. The living room is open all night for late night chats though!
This is a non-smoking house on the room levels, but there's plenty of outdoor areas to light up if you get the urge.
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American by passport, nomad at heart. I've live my life moving around, but when I met Sarajevo, I found one city that I never wanted to leave. I love it here and it won't take you long to figure out why if you come visit!