Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.6 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
2.8 Room comfort
2.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from melbourne
Not as advertisedPosted Aug 9, 2014
We were moved to a different a location as the room was vastly different from what was shown on expedia!! Overpriced and felt like we were downgraded to a 1 & 1/2 * motel.
by A verified traveler
not recomended!!!! avoid!!!Posted Jul 18, 2014
Pros: only stuff was quite nice
Cons: just close it!!!
Extremly dirty shower with mildew, broken tile in small bathroom immpossible to avoid standing on it!! me son refused taking a shower in that dirt!!!! this is not hotel with*** it's a room with dirty bathroom, breackfast was also terrible!!! for a prise 65 euros i could have much better conditions anywere else!!!!
for Everyoneby Jel from London
A quiet flat in the bustling pedestrian centrePosted May 28, 2014
Pros: The location - it could not be more central, yet as the flat was at the back of the building, it was quiet and peaceful inside.
Cons: For absolute perfection some of the furniture and furnishings could be updated; still, everything was in working order (except the wi-fi) and clean.
Location: The flat is almost on the Belgrade main square, Trg Republike, and the area is chock-full of cafes, bars, bakeries, pattiseries, museums and shops.
I was expecting one of the suites in the hotel building, but we were taken 2 minutes further by foot into a residential apartment building. The large studio/ 1 bed flat was on the 3rd floor, and there's a lift. The flat was completely self-contained (if we wanted, we could have cooked meals in the spacious kitchen/diner and done our laundry in the bathroom), comfortable, and very clean. The furniture and furnishings were solid and serviceable, if not modern. There was a CRT TV, A/C and a wi-fi router, which unfortunately stopped working when we arrived and could not be repaired by the hotel staff - by then it was the weekend, and an engineer wouldn't come out until Monday. Still, there was a working connection in the breakfast area, in the main hotel, as well as in most of the cafes in the area. The staff were young, friendly and helpful, all speaking English, and the breakfast was rich, continental, including savoury and sweet choices. One thing to bear in mind - there was no phone, so you had to communicate with the staff by going to the main reception in person (or buy a local sim card which is apparently very cheap).
Recommendedby fatih from turkey
UnfortunatelyPosted Feb 26, 2014 on Hotels.com
I didn't see the hotel. Unfortunately, at the hotel said water damaged and took another home. (not a hotel) The staff was very good of course :)
Recommendedby Suzi Hagen from Minneapolis MN
Lovely surprisePosted Dec 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
Rather than a room in the hotel, Rezime put my friend and I in an apartment that was well stocked, clean and within a few blocks of where I used to live in Belgrade. So I knew how to get to shops, restaurants etc. A staff member drove me to the apartment, helped with the ultra-modern shower (I couldn't figure out how to get it to work), offered transport to the airport.