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Five Star Hotel Hills opened in Sarajevo

Last night in Sarajevo was officially opened Hotel Hills, and the honor to cut the ribbon was given to the mayor of the municipality Centar, Senaid Memic. The opening ceremony, besides the owner of Mrkulic Company Ltd. and Mayor of Ilidza, was attended by numerous local and foreign guests as well.

Hotel Hills, Thermal & Spa Resort Sarajevo, occupies about 35,000 square meters, and includes 261 comfortable, sophisticated, luxurious room and suites, multi-purpose conference hall with modern conference technology, thermal spa, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, an adrenaline park for children and adults at an impressive 2,200 square meters, wedding hall, restaurant with traditional Bosnian and international cuisine and an attractive panoramic Sky bar restaurant and lounge bar on the top of the hotel with panoramic views of the green surroundings of the hotel, as well as a 360 degrees view on the capital city of BiH.

“Besides business contents, there is also recreational area for the oldest and the youngest guests. There is also children’s playroom Kinderland on 3,000 square meters and swimming pool within the complex of Thermal Riviera. In the future, the complex will also provide a number of additional activities such as adrenaline park in the open air, additional water content, trails for running and biking, etc,” said Glogic.

Newly opened hotel has an impressive and largest conference hall, with a capacity of up to 2,000 people. It was also noted that the convention center has multi-purpose character, it includes modern conference technology, excellent location, transport links, quality of service and accommodation allow the organization of meetings, conferences, receptions, banquets, weddings, promotions, and similar activities.

Capacity of the conference hall is 1,500 seats. Other conference halls have capacities of 180, 150 and 100 seats. All rooms have all the latest conference equipment. At the opening ceremony was noted that all the works were performed by local companies.