All these years, Belgrade rose up to all challenges and, even more importantly, the content and quality of what it offers keep improving.
Belgrade has always been a special place on the map of the Balkans and Europe and, after its opening to the world in 2000, it re-established its position as a travel destination. Today, the city owes at least a part of its metropolitan feel to those who come to visit, and statistics tell us that tourists come from all over the world. All these years, Belgrade rose up to all challenges and, even more importantly, the content and quality of what it offers keep improving. Hotels are an excellent example of this. Literally, there are options to suit any taste or budget.
From small designer hotels and B&Bs, to those with the reputation of cult or historic places of prestige, such as Moskva at Terazije Square, the newly redecorated Excelsior and Balkan.
The construction of Hilton at the entrance to Slavija square is another proof of this. It is not only the old and prestigious hotels that have withstood the test of time, despite changes in ownership, with the new owners maintaining their authentic styles – but also the branches of renowned global chains such as Hyatt, Crowne Plaza born within the skeleton of what was once Intercontinental, hotels Falkensteiner and Holiday Inn in Novi Beograd.
Small designer hotels, such as, for example Belgrade Art Hotel in Knez Mihailova Street present a prettier, always inspiring and different face of each city. These hotels are stories unto themselves, which cannot be predicted or guessed.
An unintentional classification has emerged as well, into modern hotels – mostly situated in the hyper-urban surroundings of Novi Beograd and those older and more classical in the different parts of the old city. Belgrade keeps up with the world in this field, never neglecting the fact that hotels form a constituent part of its beauty.