1.4 mi from SJJ airport
- Amenities: Meeting/banquet facilities, Bar, 24-hour front desk, Newspapers, Terrace, Non-smoking rooms, Airport shuttle, Free parking, Internet services, Express check-in/check-out, Valet parking, Soundproof rooms, Packed lunches, Heating, Fax/photocopying, WiFi, Ski storage, Free WiFi, Air conditioning, On-site parking, Private parking, WiFi available in all areas
- Check in time: 07:00
- Check out time: 11:00
About the Hotel Ahar
The Hotel Ahar is located in the quiet neighborhood of Stup Ilidza in Sarajevo. The establishment was constructed in 2009 specifically as a specialty hotel. It is a small location with three floors and only 12 rooms available. The maximum capacity of the establishment is 30 people. The hotel is located just one mile from the Sarajevo International Airport. The owners offer a shuttle service to and from the airport and the nearby train station. Parking is free for visitors who are traveling by car. All 12 of the rooms that are available are very spacious. They contain modern satellite televisions, refrigerators, mini-bars and phones. Air conditioning, hair dryers and clock radios are also included. Each room has been soundproofed in order to reduce disturbances during the night. The rooms have access to balconies that allow guests to look out over the surrounding area. Visitors who want to spend quiet time outdoors can use the rooftop terrace. Complimentary newspapers and a small lending library are good for guests who are relaxing after a long trip. Hotel Ahar features a small restaurant serving home cooked local fare. There is also a bar available. Guests are offered a free breakfast in the morning. Travelers who want to shop and dine can visit the Bascarsija just over two miles away. This is the historic bazaar in the center of Sarajevo. The Vrelo Bosne Park is also two miles away. The park is a nature area where carriage rides are available seasonally. Some other attractions near the Hotel Ahar include the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Mosque of Ali Pasha.