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Just minutes from Sarajevo’s centre are the city’s “lungs”, the mountains that hosted the 1984 Olympics. The Pino Hotel is nestled amongst snow-covered hills, amidst the uncontaminated nature of the 1.070 metre-high Mount Trebevic. It offers the highest standards of modern hospitality, while offering an “ensuring” aesthetic that reflects local architecture, taken directly from the Alpine vernacular

The Hotel Pino is only minutes away from Sarajevo’s city centre, and is the perfect place for winter sports lovers and skiers alike.

The hotel was designed by Studio Zec, and is divided in two parts; the lower buildings are a series of windowed A-frames, and the taller, more minimalist one houses the guests rooms, a spa and a 23-meter covered swimming pool. The hotel’s restaurant, Fiore all’occhiello, specializes in Bosnian cooking and serves an immense breakfast buffet. All of the construction materials are found locally. Despite the fact that the exterior and interior respect the tradition of using large amounts of wood, the feel remains modern, perfect for a young clientele, sports lovers and hikers.

The hotel was built in the place of an old resort, and reinterprets the architecture of mountain housing. The abundant use of wood and A-frame roofs are the buildings’ details that stand out the most.
The Hotel Pino is located at 1.070 meters, surrounded by pristine snow and immersed in nature; it is a true paradise for mountain lovers.
The hotel has two distinct structures; one made up of various A-frames, and the other taller and minimal.
The restaurant has Bosnian cuisine, as well as international dishes.
The fantastic covered swimming pool is 23 meters long.
The rooms are located in the “tower”. There are 22, including the “Wolf” and “Rabbit” suites.
The rooms are located in the “tower”. There are 22, including the “Wolf” and “Rabbit” suites.
The Hotel Pino also has a spa with a swimming pool, two saunas, a gym, and two massage areas. The spa is only open to those older than 16 years of age.

WHERE: Sarajevo 71000, Bosnia ed Erzegovina

Just minutes from Sarajevo’s centre are the city’s “lungs”, the mountains that hosted the 1984 Olympics. The Pino Hotel is nestled amongst snow-covered hills, amidst the uncontaminated nature of the 1.070 metre-high Mount Trebevic. It offers the highest standards of modern hospitality, while offering an “ensuring” aesthetic that reflects local architecture, taken directly from the Alpine vernacular. The hotel was designed by Studio Zec, and is divided in two parts; the lower buildings are a series of windowed A-frames, and the taller, more minimalist one houses the guests rooms, a spa and a 23-meter covered swimming pool. The hotel’s restaurant, Fiore all’occhiello, specializes in Bosnian cooking and serves an immense breakfast buffet. All of the construction materials are found locally. Despite the fact that the exterior and interior respect the tradition of using large amounts of wood, the feel remains modern, perfect for a young clientele, sports lovers and hikers.

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