Positioned in the heart of the Sarajevo city, just a few steps away from the tourist Old Town core, this Austro-Hungarian building with its external splendour alone will have you captivated.
Upon entering the lobby, every stay at Hotel Europe unfolds like a journey along which you will be guided by our gracious staff. Welcoming soft lounge music and the enticing interior design worth analyzing is what you discover first. The spirit of the past times is preserved in the traditional section of the hotel showcasing the flamboyant decor of the years gone by, whereas a new section is designed with modern style.
Hotel Europe has for an entire century been a silent witness to the history of Sarajevo and has hosted the most notable personalities from Europe and the rest of the world. It is at this Hotel that distinguished statesmen and politicians, high-profile corporate executives, motion picture and television personalities, artists and athletes have all stayed whilst visiting Sarajevo.
After 130 years of tradition, Hotel Europe has been restored to its original splendor and designed according to the highest standards of hospitality. Our all-inclusive offer is made of 160 luxurious rooms, 14 suites, 2 of which are presidential suites, 5 fully equipped conference halls, the state of the art spa&wellness facilities including fitness center, indoor swimming pool, turkish bath, tanning beds, saunas and massage.
With the famous Viennese Cafe, Restaurant with first-class local and international culinary specialties and Mozart's Patisserie with original sweet delicacies, Hotel Europe will invigorate your soul and make your stay in Sarajevo a genuine experience you will always remember with a smile.
With its central location, Hotel Europe is definitely the best choice if you want to get to know the history of the city, visit the cultural sights and enjoy the beauties of the old part of the city, the Baščaršija.
Just a few minutes away from Hotel Europe you will find the oldest Sarajevo promenade that goes along from the Bentbaša to Da Riva Bridge on the Mošćanica River. It is about 8 km long and almost all of its length is located in the canyon of the river Miljacka. The promenade is closed for traffic, but there is a marked road for cyclists. At the entrance to Bentbaša you can visit the “Little Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina”, from where the promenade begins, also known as "Aleja Ambasadora", perfect for long walks, runs and an escape from the city noise. Over 150 Lime trees were planted by Ambassadors who stayed in this Country, as evidenced today by the tables with their names. There is also a climbing rock - Dariva, which is a favourite climbing area for numerous alpinists, whether with or without ropes, with already marked climbing directions.
If you go to the other direction of the river Miljacka, you will reach “Vilsonovo šetalište”, which will delight you with a lime tree line, planted during the Austro-Hungarian regency. This seven-kilometre long path is another good choice for recreational activities.