Within 15 minutes' walk from Hotel Speranza , you are in the centre of Medjugorje. After exploring the town, you can quietly take in the peaceful surroundings back at the hotel, while sitting on the balcony in prayer, meditation or just relaxing over views across to Cross Mountain and St. James Church.
The Dragicevic Family is there to assist in any way they can ensuring your stay is comfortable, pleasant and memorable.
The host, Mrs. Matilda Dragicevic is also a local guide and can you assist you with main points olf visit n Medjugorje inform you about the meeting and prayer schedule in Medjugorje
Hotel Speranza offers you 30 comfortable, air-conditioned rooms and excellent cuisine. The hotel warmly welcomes you to come and feel the peace of Medjugorje.
Contact us for bookings
Tel: +387 (0) 36 650 389
Before the Dragicevic family moved back to their hometown, they lived in Sarajevo. Matilda is now an experienced spiritual guide for pilgrim groups to Medjugorje in both English and Italian. That makes it extra special to stay at their hotel because Matilda can give you briefings of the current happenings in Medjugorje. This friendly and kind family will be happy to invite you for prayer together and long spiritual talks.
This accommodation provider has taken action to address one or more issues (whether environmental, social or cultural) which will contribute positively to the long term viability of the destination and hence their site displays a Caring for the destination rating.
Main area of focus in Caring for the Destination:
Culture/Heritage and Local Knowledge.
Detailed description of the Caring for the Destination Initiative:
Hotel Speranza is situated right where Medjugorje visionaries saw the Blessed Virgin Mary for the first time. Seek out Matilda Dragicevic at the hotel; she will share from her wealth of knowledge about the experience at Apparition Hill and to lead pilgrims to experience the history of Medjugorje.
Matilda dedicates personal time to Mothers Village by introducing guests to the orphanage home. Children who lost their parents during the war in 1992, or whom have been abandoned by mothers in west Bosnia that could not care for them, stay at Mothers Village.