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Hotel Srbija, one of the biggest and well-known hotels in Belgrade, was built in 1970. After the privatization in 2005, the hotel was completely renovated, so today it is distinguished for its elegance, comfort and functionality.
Hotel Srbija holds 3-star ranking and it is located in urban neighbourhood Sumice in Ustanicka Street, next to the beautiful park of the same name. You will get to like peaceful and pleasant environment immediately. Ehat makes the location even more attractive is nearby highway, which facilitates the arrival to the hotel and at the same time provides a good connection to Belgrade Fair, airport and Belgrade Arena.
Dining options at this Belgrade hotel include a restaurant, a coffee shop/café, and a bar/lounge. Guests are served a complimentary breakfast. This 3-star hotel features business amenities including a meeting/conference room and audio-visual equipment. The staff can arrange event catering, business services, and currency exchange. Additional amenities include a rooftop terrace, multilingual staff, and barbecue grills. Guest parking is complimentary. The property has designated areas for smoking.
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Slavija Hotels, with their long-standing tradition, have become a recognisable brand for those who want to feel at home during their hotel stay and are satisfied to always come back.
With open arms we will welcome and accommodate everyone who wants be a mere stone’s throw away from the city’s business and shopping areas.
The hotel’s location is the ideal starting point for both business and leisure visits to Belgrade. Proximity to the railway and bus stations, bus transfers from/to the airport, with the bus stop right outside the hotel, as well as the exceptional connections to all parts of the city, are what make us unique, and you, our guests, always one step ahead of everyone else.
Dining options at this Belgrade hotel include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. The staff can arrange tour/ticket assistance and currency exchange. Additional amenities include gift shops/newsstands, room service (during limited hours), and a hair salon. Guest parking is available for a surcharge.
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Come to a city where you will feel at home.’ This is the call put out by the Tourism Organisation of Belgrade on its website, but one that potential visitors to Serbia’s capital may feel is rather exaggerated, given the city’s reputation as one of the most turbulent European cities. The history of Belgrade, originally known as Singidunum, goes back 6,000 years; the tales of conflicts and devastation it has experienced in all that time would fill many tomes. Belgrade, however, always bounces back and is currently lifting itself up and shaking itself off amid the scars of its most recent conflagration, when NATO forces bombed the city for 78 days in 1999.
Belgrade (or Beograd in Serbian) is situated in a strategic spot of south-eastern Europe where the Sava and Danube rivers join on the Balkan Peninsula. It is not a pretty city, but rather one layered with the relics of its many generations and invaders, resulting in a conglomeration of architecture and cultures, which have somehow melded together to imbue the modern city with its own unique charm. From the pile of rubble, which is all that remains of the bombed-out former military headquarters on Kneza Milosa, to the techno wildness of its famed nightclubs beneath the Kalemegdan Citadel, Belgrade tells many stories and offers dozens of experiences.
The best place to begin understanding the city is on the site of its original ancient settlement, the hill called Kalemegdan, now a fascinating park-like complex of historic buildings above the Old Town (Stari Grad). The Military Museum situated here traces the history of the city’s bloody past, from its first conflict with the Roman Legions in the 1st century BC, to an exhibit of parts of a United States Stealth Bomber, shot down in the 1999 air raids.
Those who choose to ignore history and enjoy Belgrade as it is today will find a myriad of leisure and pleasure opportunities, all offered by the incredibly hospitable inhabitants who are justly proud of this indomitable city.