Best luxury hotels in Serbia 2022

Inland in southeastern Europe is the Balkan nation of Serbia. A great choice for those looking to get ahead of the tourism popularity curve, but it’s still relatively unspoilt. The summer months can get very hot, so spring and fall are generally the best times to visit. A beautiful country, its lakes, rivers, UNESCO reserves, caves and mountains are magnificent, as is the royal architecture in the more populated areas. Belgrade is a great option for a city break, or if you want to experience village life, you can book a tour with the locals to learn more about Serbian rural heritage.

Hotel Grand Kopaonik

A few meters from the ski lifts and slopes of Karaman Greben, this central hotel is a superb destination for those looking for winter sports, a spa getaway or refined and authentic gastronomy. The 191-room property has indoor and outdoor pools, a kids’ club and game room, indoor basketball, soccer and handball courts, a bar with pool table, and lovely views on Pancic Peak. Guests can enjoy an afternoon at the Gastro Ski Bar, afternoon tea by the fire in the Salon or French cuisine fused with Mediterranean and Asian elements at Bacco. Plus, you’ll often find special events held in the hotel’s spacious meeting spaces.

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Metropol Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Belgrade

Just around the corner from the Nikola Tesla Museum, is the Metropol Palace. It opened in 1957 (formerly known as Hotel Metropol), after being renovated in 2012, with 198 air-conditioned rooms and 38 suites. Now the hotel’s facilities include a lounge bar, a restaurant – accommodating both Halal and Kosher diets – and a games room. A highlight is the Limegrove Fitness & Spa Center with its stunning 25 meter artistically lit mosaic style pool, sauna, jacuzzi, gym, relaxation area, steam room, ice fountain and its six treatment rooms. Book to stay here if you want a haven of tranquility amongst the action of the city.

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Hyatt Regency Belgrade

Stay in the new, quieter part of town at the Hyatt Regency, across the bridge from the older side of Belgrade. Built in 1990, the eight-story building is five minutes from the Sava Convention Center. A popular business hotel, it has 302 neutrally colored rooms, most of which are flooded with natural light thanks to its unobstructed outlook. An Executive Club Lounge is located on the seventh floor, available to Hyatt Globalists or at an additional cost. Guests can also relax at the Club Olympus spa. And the dedicated concierge is always on hand to help you with anything you might need.

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Nine Square Hotel Belgrade

You can also stay in the heart of the old town, in Dorcol, next to the pedestrian shopping area. Furnishings in this award-winning boutique property are sourced from the United States and Scandinavia, with the building itself designed by renowned Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld. The wellness sanctuary (with Japanese Ofuru soaking tub and sea salt pool) merges retro with a futuristic basement design aesthetic. A member of the Leading Hotels of the World, Square Nine also has a vintage Lobby Bar, a restaurant with garden terrace, a restaurant serving fresh sushi on the roof and 45 rooms.

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St. Ten Hotel Belgrade

Another boutique option, this is one of the newest additions to Belgrade’s hotel scene, with each room boasting handpicked furnishings. This stylish, air-conditioned, child- and pet-friendly hotel features a spa, bar and L’Adresse restaurant, serving modern Mediterranean dishes. Interior decor is contemporary and comfortable, with rooms divided into seven categories (including family and balcony suites). The independent spaces with kitchenette are ideal for those planning a long trip to the city. The iconic building was first erected in 1929 and sits in the vibrant and leafy neighborhood of Vracar. Free airport shuttles are included in your stay.

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