Welcome to Courtyard by Marriot
Elevate your travel experience at Courtyard Sarajevo
- Working Hours:
Every Day 24/7
- Contact phone: +387 33 954-500
- Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Adress: Skenderija 1, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Additional information on the offer: Book your stay directly with the hotel (hotel website, by email or phone). When making the booking/reservation, you must state that you are a Sarajevo City Card holder and would like to use the discount. Show your Sarajevo City Card at check-in and enjoy your stay. Offer valid on the daily room rate, upon request and subject to availability.
Courtyard Sarajevo welcomes both business and leisure travelers to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Courtyard Sarajevo welcomes both business and leisure travelers to Bosnia and Herzegovina with modern hotel rooms and suites, an unbeatable location in the city center and first-class service. Each of our spacious hotel rooms offers thoughtful amenities like a 42-inch flat-screen TV, complimentary Wi-Fi access, a mini-fridge and a coffee maker. Partake in specialty cocktails at our immaculately decorated, opulent S One Sky Lounge, which boasts sweeping panoramic views of Bosnia and Herzegovina's capital city. We also feature an exquisite signature restaurant, a 24-hour fitness center and a handy on-site market. Choose our hotel for your business meeting, wedding, or social occasion to benefit from contemporary, light-filled venue spaces and dedicated planning services. Thanks to our outstanding setting in the city center, you'll have no trouble exploring the area; we're steps from the historic Old Town, and near top-quality museums, shopping and dining.
We are pet’s friendly hotelWe have electric car charging station. We are making a lot of efforts to make the world a more sustainable place. Our sustainability strategy is driven by a wide range of initiatives inspired by our history of putting people first, giving back to communities, and operating more responsibly. S One Sky Lounge – Take it mesmerizing 360 – degree views of Sarajevo while enjoying the sophisticated ambiance of S One Sky Lounge. Our rooftop boasts a full selection of craft cocktails and a panoramic elevator. S One Restaurant – Sample flavorsome international fare at our S One Restaurant. This Sarajevo favorites features a welcoming restaurant atmosphere and diverse menu.“The Market” – 24/7 Grab ‘n Go Open 24hours per day for your convenience, The Market in our Sarajevo hotel offers an array of snacks, cold beverages and sundries whenever you need them.
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The National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Founded in 1888, the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the oldest western-style cultural and scientific institution in the country. The idea of establishing a museum goes back to the mid-19th century, to a time when Bosnia and Herzegovina was still a part of the Ottoman Empire as the Eyalet of Bosnia. Yet it would take four decades and a change of government for the idea to be realised. In 1878, the Eyalet of Bosnia was occupied by the Austro-Hungarians, who brought with them new political and social goals, customs, and values. These included the furthering of science through research and academic and institutional development.
As an uncharted Balkan country, Bosnia and Herzegovina piqued the interest of many Austro-Hungarian scholars, but also pseudo-scholars and treasure hunters. As a result, many cultural artefacts were taken out of the country. This sped up the realisation of the idea to establish a museum, which had long been brewing. The Museum Society was established first, then the National Museum itself, on 1 February 1888. The provincial government, as the founder, named government advisor Kosta Hörmann as the director of the museum.
The original museum facilities in the town centre soon became inadequate for the growing collection, and so in 1909 construction began for a new museum complex comprising four pavilions and a botanic garden. The facility was completed and inaugurated in 1913. It would long remain the only purpose-built museum complex in the former Yugoslavia. It houses the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina to this day.
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