• Apartment

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Hairdryer, Heating, Hotspots, Laundry, Minibar, Restaurant, Room service, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, Wake up service, WiFi

    Room size:25

  • Superior Double Room

    Breakfast not included. Non refundable.

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Desk, Free toiletries, Hairdryer, Heating, Kitchenette, Minibar, Pay-per-view Channels, Private bathroom, Room service, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, Wake up service, WiFi

    Stylish and individually designed room featuring a satellite TV, mini bar and a 24-hour room service menu.

    Bed size:King Size

    Room size:35 m2


Located in the quiet part of Old Belgrade, Central Park Residence is next to the main pedestrian area, with Knez Mihailova shopping street, the Kalemegdan Fortress and the Central Republic Square in close proximity. Free WiFi access is provided.

All accommodation units are modernly furnished and feature a flat-screen satellite TV and air conditioning. All units come with a bathroom equipped with either a bathtub or a shower. Some units have a safe, a minibar and a fully equipped kitchen with a dining area.

Central Park Residence runs a 24-hour front desk. It also offers a private back yard with free-to-use barbecue facilities.

The Bohemian quarter of Skadarlija is a short walk away, and Strahinjica Bana Street, known for numerous bars, is located at a distance of 100 metres. Nightlife can be enjoyed in the floating clubs on the banks of the Danube and in the Belgrade Port, 600 metres away.

The Main Bus and Train Stations are 1 km from the property. Belgrade Airport is located 19 km away and shuttle service is available at an additional cost. Free private parking is available on site upon previous reservation.

Stari Grad is a great choice for travelers interested in historyshopping and food.

Hotel Rooms: 11

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Children and extra beds

Free! One child from 0 to 7 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.

One older child or adult is charged EUR 10 per person per night in an extra bed.

The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.

Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.

Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.


Pets are not allowed.

Accepted credit cards

Visa, Euro/Mastercard


  • Air Condition
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Hotspots
  • Minibar
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • Wake up service
  • WiFi


Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.


Free! Free private parking is available on site (reservation is needed).

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Choose a Serbia holiday and bask in a warm welcome at every turn as you discover a country reinventing itself. . Those in the know appreciate Belgrade’s great architecture, museums, galleries, outstanding restaurants and pulsating nightlife.

Elsewhere fast-flowing rivers, mountain peaks, woodland trails and Orthodox monasteries hidden in wooded valleys await the arrival of visitors to this undiscovered destination.

Sports & nature

Sports & natureEveryone needs to get outside and take a walk in nature, breathe in fresh air and experience a little excitement and relaxation in the rich surroundings of centuries-old forests. Food and drink in Serbia are still naturally tasty and fresh, and you can drink water from mountain streams or eat fruit straight from the tree. However, if you are looking for a little more action, on water we recommend sailing or rowing, and cycling or skiing on “dry” land. Besides a river cruise on a large boat, you can sail by yourself on Serbia’s gentle rivers and lakes or even take part in one of many regattas. Walking and hiking Skiing Bicycling Sailing and rowing Horse riding Sailing If you have ever dreamt of rafting down untamed mountain river rapids, of parachuting or paragliding into a flowering meadow or of experiencing the charm of flying in a hot air balloon or a glider, in Serbia your dreams will come true. Serbia’s many diverse caves and potholes are heaven for explorers and adventure seekers. If you simply want to experience something new, then the subterranean world will provide you with fun, knowledge and excitement found nowhere else. Adventure Flying Caving Orienteering Log rafting and white water rafting Freeclimbing

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoThere are winter and summer Belgrade clubs. Winter nightclubs are located downtown, and their busy season stretches from October through May. In the summer, Belgrade party moves to the rivers, where summer nightclubs have their opening nights in May. Actually, those are big, open-air rafts and boats, remodeled into discotheques. The most popular Belgrade clubs are those on the river Sava, starting from the old Railway Bridge and up to the “Gazela” bridge, and also those on the Danube, near “Hotel Yugoslavia”. Belgrade nightclubs don’t practice cover charge, but the reservation is necessary. All spots – by the bar, bar tables, high tables, VIP tables – are bound to be reserved. It is very important to get into the club no later than half past midnight, because otherwise the club has the right to give your reservation to someone else. Also, in nightclubs in Belgrade you can’t enter inappropriately dressed (like: sports fashion), and you can’t carry drinks, narcotics or weapons inside. Besides that, bouncers at the gate are checking if your name is on the list of guests.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoIdentification. The name Yugoslavia previously designated six republics (Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzogovia, Croatia, and Slovenia), but now includes just Serbia and Montenegro. The word means "land of the southern Slavs." Montenegro, which means "black mountain," takes its name from its rugged terrain. Within Serbia there are several national cultures. In addition to the dominant Serb tradition, there is a large Hungarian population in the northern province of Vojvodina, where Hungarian is the common language and the culture is highly influenced by Hungary (which borders the province to the north). In southern Serbia, the province of Kosovo is primarily Albanian, and has an Islamic culture that bears many remnants of the earlier Turkish conquest.
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