Belgrade offers a mix of luxury hotels that will please business travellers and city-breakers. It also has older guesthouse-type accommodation, which can mean considerable quality at very reasonable prices. There are also more modern stops for young travellers.
The hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over RSD15,000)
Moderate (RSD6,000 to RSD15,000)
Cheap (up to RSD6,000)
These rates are based on the cost of a double room with breakfast including taxes.
Named after the Serbian King Aleksandar Obrenovic, this luxurious apartment hotel in a beautiful 19th-century building is one of the very best in the city. Expect ultra-luxurious rooms, plush bars and restaurants, and the very best in service.Address: , , ,
Telephone: +381 11 263 3377.
In a converted 1920s villa in Dorcol, just east of the old town, this 5-star hotel has 17 very elegant rooms in a range of styles from Russian to Italian baroque. The hotel was completely renovated in 2006 and reopened as part of the small Karisma group.Address: , , ,
Telephone: +381 11 334 9572.
Not far from the centre, Zira Hotel is one of the sleekest, most futuristic of properties in Belgrade. The rooms, hallways and dining area are ultra-modern, with contemporary art, plenty of space and science-fiction style design. Breakfast is of superb quality and dinner on the terrace is becoming a favourite with the city's affluent. There are 127 rooms, a fitness centre and sauna.Address: , , ,
Telephone: +381 11 331 4800.
Mixing classical elegance with contemporary fittings and comfort, the Balkan Hotel was thoroughly refurbished a few years ago. It now offers stylish and comfortable rooms in a good city centre location, close to the old bohemian quarter and Republic Square.Address: , , ,
Telephone: +381 11 363 6000.
Belgrade City Hotel
Within easy reach of the shopping district, historic centre and commercial zone, Belgrade City Hotel is a handsome 4-star property right next to the main railway station. There are more than 80 slick rooms, with warm, unpretentious décor, a great breakfast buffet and friendly staff.Address: , , ,
Telephone: +381 11 360 0700.
Le Petit Piaf
Located in the eastern part of the old city close to the bars and restaurants of the Skadarlija quarter, Le Petit Piaf is a small modern boutique hotel with plenty of character and elegant, spacious rooms.Address: , , ,
Telephone: +381 11 303 5252.
Conveniently located in the city centre across the road from the Balkan Hotel, this is a good-value option with decent rooms and its own pavement café. Built in 1856, this sizable property has plenty of history about it, and a rather decent restaurant to boot.Address: , , ,
Telephone: +381 11 323 5575.
With an excellent location close to Kneza Mihala and Kalemegdan Park, this long-established budget hotel offers good-value, no-frills rooms close to the action. Receiving visitors since 1886, the welcome is still as friendly today, while the admirable onsite restaurant is quietly affordable.Address: , , ,
Telephone: +381 11 262 6426.
Located in the heart of the city, the Union offers more than 100 clean and comfortable rooms in a pleasant, smart environment. If you want to splash out a little more, there are also a few luxury suites. The hotel also has a restaurant, a piano bar and even a casino.Address: , , ,
Telephone: +381 11 324 8022.