Four-star hotel opens in central Bosnia

Four-star hotel opens in central Bosnia

Published at: 2019-07-09 10:14 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Vezir Palace has opened in Travnik, central Bosnia. This is the city’s first four-star hotel. The mayor of Travnik, Admir Hadziemric, Prime Minister Tahir Lendo and the owner of the hotel, Nermin Bajric, attended the official opening party. The investor is the local company Bajric BN. The hotel is located in the city center next to the medieval fortress. It offers 24 two-bedroom units and six apartments, with 72 beds in total.

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