Belgrade, situated at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, has earned the titles of “the Gate of the Balkans” and “the Doors to Central Europe”.
The city boasts a rich cultural and historical legacy showcased in its numerous museums, such as the National Museum, the Military Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Nikola Tesla Museum. The city is home to several monuments that have become iconic symbols of Belgrade, such as the Victor, the Prince Mihailo Monument, and the White Palace, the former royal residence of the Karađorđević dynasty. These monuments witness Serbia’s tumultuous history and its capital city’s importance.
Belgrade – Luxury Collection
Square Nine Belgrade$$$$
Behind its impressive façade is an expansive lobby featuring extensive collections of books and art, a polished limestone floor, and design-style furniture, softened by a profusion of fresh flowers. Inside guests will find very restful and cozy accommodations, accompanied by impeccable service and attention to every detail. Rooms are spacious, unpretentiously elegant and peaceful, with sound-proof windows ensuring complete comfort and serenity in the midst of the busy capital city.
Saint Ten Hotel$$$
Hotel Indigo Belgrade$$$
The melting pot of the Balkans. Like its Old Town surroundings Hotel Indigo Belgrade’s architecture showcases the mishmash of cultures and styles born from the neighbourhood’s fascinating history that stretches back for millennia. Much like the luxurious brands that are housed in the retail units below, you’ll find 46 imaginative rooms are all classified into four room types: standard, premium, premium with balcony and suite. They are designed and inspired by folk motifs and retro furni...
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