Accommodation In Belgrade
In the heart of Belgrade
Amongst the stark Soviet-style concrete blocks and striking buildings of Belgrade’s city centre are a smattering of hidden gems and historic attractions. With so much to see and explore from the Kalemegdan Citadel to the river-oriented neighbourhood of Zemun, you’re going to need a reliable hotel to keep you well rested and equipped for sightseeing with ease.
The likes of the Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, Hyatt Regency and Metropol Palace offer a little slice of familiarity. These well-known chains offer a generous assortment of contemporary rooms and facilities close to some of Belgrade’s most prominent attractions including Belgrade Arena, CBD, Parliament Building and Church of St. Mark.
On the surface
For some, Belgrade’s main appeal is its hedonistic lifestyle where everyday feels like the weekend. Belgrade is one of Europe’s biggest party capitals, renowned for its smatterings of underground clubs, raucous bars and the iconic floating clubs known as splavolvi.
Belgrade’s love affair with floating vessels also extends to the ArkaBarka Belgrade Hostel. This contemporary wooden boat hostel and guest house makes its home on the River Danube. All rooms, the glass facade and balconies offer unparalleled views of the Kalemegdan fortress, Great War Island and Zemun.
Skadarlija – the bohemian quarter
Belgrade’s answer to Montmarte, Skadarlija was once the hangout of beatnik poets and artists in the 1900s. Today, it’s a tourist attraction in its own right with a slew of upscale boutiques, hip restaurants, lively bars and charming hotels spilling out onto cobbled streets.
Le Petit Piaf is Skadarlija’s most treasured hotel, a stylish oasis of peace and tranquillity, located mere steps from vibrant Knez Mihajlova Street and Republic square. Belgrade Art Hotel, a luxury Art-Deco inspired property complete with a wine bar, cafe and views of Knez Mihajlova Street, is another fantastic alternative.