During the summer period, mountain lovers and Termag visitors can do more than take walks on the numerous mountain paths, they can also enjoy rides on the six-seater lift, quads and bikes; enjoy the rich wellness and spa program, as well as artificial rock climbing. While, for youngsters, there’s Gumengrad – a large outdoor playground that is open free of charge.
This summer, the hotel is offering promotional rates – a discount of 30% on accommodation, as well as 15% off all of the hotel’s package deals.
The hotel offers 71 comfortable rooms, 21 luxury apartments and one presidential suite.
The hotel has four conference halls, an underground garage, two charging stations for electric vehicles, and there is also a bowling alley, billiards, darts, a children’s play area, a souvenir shop….
Just like at other times of the year, the summer garden at Termag Hotel’s ethnic restaurant, Koliba, not only offers local specialties and international dishes, but, during the summertime, it also has live music every night.
You can enjoy picking some medicinal herbs during the summer period, and blueberry picking in August and September.
The hotel is organizing two races this season as part of its Mini Trail League: the Sarajevo Termag Challenge Race (July 6) – the first trail race to cover three courses of varying length on Jahorina and Ravna Mountains (an event that will see Sarajevo Pivo being served at all refreshment stands); as well as the final Termag Challenge Race (August 17).
Sarajevo architect Amir Vuk Zec is the name behind the interior designs for both Termag Hotel and Koliba.