Holiday Inn Belgrade

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

74 Spanskih Boraca, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia

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  • Families75
  • Couples100
  • Solo89
  • Business84
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    A business visit and event

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    I stayed here as a result of a business trip to Belgrade. Additionally we had a team meeting here during our first full day of the visit. The rooms were comfortable and quite large.

    I was in room 212 and it faced the front of the hotel, which sadly was not much of a view. There was a busy main highway and a railway line travel;ling out from "Old " Belgrade. Additionally under the railway bridge there seemed to be a great many Roma living in shacks.

    The hotel was warm and welcoming and the staff were very professional.

    be wanred that smoking is very prominent in the hotel.

    Unique Quality: Free wifi and spa (treatments charged).

    The restaurant had a good menu and the food was excellent.

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Forum Posts

Aussie coming to Belgrade

by Dragan81

I am an Australian born serb, coming to belgrade in February 2011 for a month holiday. While i have some small family to visit, I was hoping someone may be able to help me in identifying any clubs, bars, where tourists visit more than often, so i may bump into others also travelling.

Re: Aussie coming to Belgrade

by xaver

hi
you can try this place, I tried to go but it was early afternoon and it was still closed but it definitly nsounds like a place where you can find travellers: http://www.ratebeer.com/Places/ShowPlace.asp?PlaceID=10528
Corra

Aussie coming to Belgrade

by Heiddii

If you were born in Australia you are an Aussie NOT a Serb, the country of birth decides what nationality you are not your own choice. Have some loyalty to the country of plenty that has given you everything otherwise you would not be living here. I was born in another country & consider myself Australian now but born in Austria. If you have family there surely they can help you with tourist attractions or are they not as giving or friendly as the Aussie?

Travel Tips for Belgrade

Walking sunday

by xaver

A sunday morning I woke up in Belgrade and, after breakfast started going for a walk. Being my hotel in a pedestrian area, at the beginning I did not notice what was happening but soon realised all the city centre was traffic free, no cars, no busses, no taxi, nothing. This is not the first time I see a walking town centre but it's the first time I see that in a big city and, the free space for people to walk, skate bike and play with ball was impresseive as the streets were huge. I really left Belgrade thinking of this sunday morning with citizens enjoying the streets usually full of cars, noise, smell. I don't think this happens all the sundays, but it was a nice chance to actually measure how much space transports need.

Leisure time

by maria-belgrade

Belgrade is one of the rare cities that were fortunate enough to have not one but two rivers – Sava and Danube. So, naturally, people of Belgrade love their rivers and spend a lot of time on the riverbanks. There’s a whole little world organized near the water. That’s why my friendliest advice to you is: spare some time and go to the river, walk, ride a bike or rollers, go to a café, restaurant or night club on the water (“splav” is the word you might want to write down), go for a swim or sunbathing, play volleyball, rent a boat, take a photo… there are really numerous things you can do. So, do it!

Gastronomy Guide- grilled meat

by ruki

When you come in Serbia you will be very satisfied with our meals, especially with grilled meat.

Serbian grilled meat specialties have become a symbol of domestic cuisine with CEVAPCICI at the top of the list (minced shoulder pot is put on ice and subsequently formed into finger-like pieces and grilled. They are served with chopped onion.

MIXED MEAT is the synonym for supreme pleasure in grill. Actually, the dish is a combination of different kinds of meat specialties: æevapèiæi, beef burgers, meatballs with cheese, sausages, pork chops, fine lean meat on skewers and steaks. Since grilled meet is best when absolutely fresh and smoking hot from the grill, the so-called TRAIN of LESKOVAC has been invented. Your appetite is the sole measure of the number of "boxcars" You start with two or three æevapèiæi, and here a burger comes before you even managed to toast with an ice-cold spritzer. Then, a steaming sausage arrives! With homemade bread the train goes on. Keep in mind that you are the one to say which boxcar is to be the last!
KARAÐORÐE ESCALOPE is named after Karaðorðe - the leader of the First Serbian rebellion against the Turks. It cannot be said with certainty whether this escalop was his favorite, but it is definitely very popular now. A veal escalop is stuffed with kaymak, rolled, then soaked in beaten eggs, breaded and deep fried. It is served with sauce tartar. Good red wine will accompany it nicely.

YOu must see GREAT ZOO!
It is...

by gajic

YOu must see GREAT ZOO!
It is named Garden of Good Hope!
It is beautiful
it is situated in a Belgrade Fortress It was open in july,12th in 1936
Zoo is open till sunrise to sunset every day in year!!!
You only need good hope to come to ZOO!

Hram Svetog Save

by Aurorae

One of the biggest Orthodox Christian temples in the world. Yet unfinished, though... St.Sava temple was built at Vracar, part of Belgrade where St.Sava's bones were burned by the Turks in 1594. when they brought them from monastery Mileševa (near Prijepolje). St.Sava was one of the most important people in Serbian history! he lived in the 12th and 13th century AD, and did so much for medieval Serbia. This temple is dedicated to him.

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Address: 74 Spanskih Boraca, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia