Two new hotels were recently opened in Belgrade – Falkensteiner (4 stars) and Metropol Palace (5 stars), and about a dozen international big names are expected in the coming years.

Metropol Palace is actually one of Belgrade’s most famous hotels that has been in ruins for about a decade before being reconstructed into the most luxurious hotel in the city. Designed by famous Serbian architect Dragiša Brašovan and originally opened in 1957, the Metropol Hotel reopened in 2012 as Metropol Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel. It is located at Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra, Belgrade’s longest avenue, surrounded by impressive monuments such as the National Parliament and the old Palaces, at a walking distance from the core of old Belgrade.

Book your stay or see reviews for Metropol Palace hotel here.

Website: Hotel Metropol Palace

The second Falkensteiner hotel in Serbia was recently opened in Novi Beograd district (the first one was recently opened at Stara Planina ski resort). Close to the city center and with a great connection to the airport, the hotel offers a modern, dynamic design, comfort, excellent service and a high level of functionality. Perfect for business travel and conferences or a sightseeing trip to this booming metropolis in the Balkans.

Book your stay or see reviews for Falkensteiner Belgrade hotel here.

Website: Falkensteiner Belgrade

Also, the reconstruction of Crowne Plaza (ex Intercontinental), another icon among Belgrade hotels, should be finished in the third quarter of 2013, and Radisson Blu Old Mill hotel is under (re)construction.

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