Metropol Palace | Belgrade
The Metropol Palace is an iconic hotel from the 1950s and overlooks Tasmajdan Park, just a few minutes’ walk from the Belgrade city centre. It reopened in September 2012 after a five year renovation. A favourite of the social and cultural elite, it offers a restaurant and bar plus an extensive spa with indoor swimming pool and fitness centre.
2021: Hotel Indigo Belgrade
Like its Old Town surroundings Hotel Indigo® Belgrade’s architecture will showcase the mishmash of cultures and styles born from the neighbourhood’s fascinating history that stretches back for millennia when it opens in Q2. Sitting above luxury retail stores, the 44 boutique bedrooms on the upper floors take their design inspiration from the local neighbourhood of Doréol. This neighbourhood offers a mix and match of styles, wearing its history firmly on its sleeve.
Mama Shelter Belgrade | Serbia
Mama Shelter’s trademark wackiness is a perfect fit for equally eclectic Belgrade, and you can’t beat its excellent location on the city’s best-known street, Knez Mihailova. The winning formula extends to the funky rooftop bar and restaurant, which have quickly become fixtures on the social scene.
Yugodom | Belgrade, Serbia
On a sycamore-lined street in the historic centre of Belgrade is Yugodom. The property, built in the 1960s as army officer’s accomodation boasts a colourful retro design, with furnishings rescued from rom basements and attics, auctions and antique shops. A “stay-over museum”, it is a showcase of mid-century modern furniture and design. A unique place where you can travel back in time and taste socialist Yugoslavia in a mid-century aesthetics and design but fully in modern comfort.
Square Nine Hotel | Belgrade, Serbia
In a superb location on one of Belgrade’s main squares, this refined five-star hotel is a study in understated elegance, from its Bauhaus-style façade to its mid-20th-century Danish and American décor. There’s high-end dining in its Square restaurant, and Japanese cuisine on the roof.
Hotel Townhouse 27 | Belgrade, Serbia
Belgrade’s first boutique hotel is in a dark-grey 1929 townhouse in the heart of the old town. Its 21 individually-designed rooms show that contemporary can still be cosy, their sleek style infused with warmth and sophistication in equal measure. Paintings, photographs, sketches and sculptures from the Belgrade artist and sculptor Gabriel Glide are everywhere, from the compact lobby to all the guestrooms.
Radisson Collection Hotel, Old Mill Belgrade | Serbia
Set in a former mill along Belgrade's Sava River is the Old Mill Hotel, a Radisson Collection Hotel. The hotel is designed in an industrial-chic style with reclaimed brick walls, old machine parts, oak, copper and concrete. The lobby features an outsized white linear structure combining several spaces into one visual statement.