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Modern Minimalist and Superficial Aesthetics Fabrics in Bosnia

Modern Minimalist and Superficial Aesthetics Fabrics in Bosnia

Hotel Bosmal Arjaan Bru Bosnia

Surrounded by the Dinaric Alps, a lush mountainous range that runs parallel to the grand Adriatic coast, the capital of Bosnia, Sarajevo, sits beside the calm waters of the Miljacka River. A place rich with history, it was where the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand took place in 1914, inevitably starting the First World War. Within this sleepy city of marketplaces and numerous mosques, lies a chic and urban hotel. Hotel Bosmal Arjaan by Rotana brings the heart of home to the hotel, featuring fully equipped kitchens, modern amenities and elegant furnishings, complemented by Rotana’s renowned hospitality and service standards.

A prime location, close to the Sarajevo City Centre and its largest shopping mall, and just 13 minutes by car from their International Airport. The hotel is also incredibly near the rustic Old Town and famous Vrelo Bosne park that houses the springs of the River Bosna, near the foothills of Mount Igman. Because of this, it is a sought-after accommodation option for a variety of travelers who appreciate contemporary living.
Committed to creating a comfortable and close to home feel, the luxurious hotel is keen on creating a relaxed yet modern vibe. To achieve this, they selected a smooth blend of slate, mauve and taupe colored fabric designs. The hotel utilizes the patternless fabric designs and contrasts their visual textures to go well with the hotel’s sleek oak and quartz interior. Their selected palette of Bru Fabrics and upholstery makes it marvelously pleasing to the eye, yet elegant in a modern minimalistic style. Truly simplicity at its best. Developed in Bru’s in-house design studio, this collection of fabrics is truly one of a kind; yet, their appeal runs deeper than superficial aesthetics. Certified at the highest possible standards, ISO 17025, Bru Textiles promise quality in every fibre of its fabric.