Hotel | Strahinjica Bana 7, Belgrade, Serbia 11 000
- Air Conditioning
- No curfew
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- Safety deposit
In order to proceed with your reservation we require valid credit card. The remaining amount of the reservation will be preauthorized on booking date and charged on arrival date by Travelmed Hotels Group. In case the pre-authorisation fails, we shall contact you for alternative card details. This should be arranged within 24 hours of our email, otherwise the booking will be cancelled without a refund of the advance payment. Full name and surname must be on reservation. Credit card holders name is obligatory and must be the same as guest name on reservation.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 12:00
Latest Check-out: 11:00
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Single (Private bathroom)Breakfast included
Double (Private bathroom)Breakfast included
About Villa Kalemegdan
Villa Kalemegdan is both inspiring and relaxing. With its attentive staff and daily newspapers in the hall, it feels like home. Located next door to world famous sights of the Old Fortress, Villa Kalemegdan is the ideal place for the business, leisure or convention traveler.
Luxurious suites are pride of every hotel. More so at the Villa Kalemegdan, where attention to details and ultimate comfort are the guiding principles. With six suites Villa Kalemegdan is where You will always find the perfect environment to match the occasion. Each suite is unique, featuring individual design, facilities and décor. Each room poses air conditioning with remote control, large LCD's with cable network, mini bar, safe box, wireless Internet and telephone. Bathrooms are modern.
Villa Kalemegdan is situated 18 km from Nikola Tesla Airport, 0.4 km from Knez Mihailova Street and 2 km from Central Bus and Train Station.
Just a few steps from Villa Kalemegdan, you will find all the important historical, cultural and commercial sights of the city:
Almost frozen in time when it was built, two centuries ago, Kosancicev venac is more and more being compared to Monmartre in Paris. In the cobblestone streets of this quarter, the smell of the first pharmacy that opened 150 years ago still lingers on, while some natives claim that they hear the sounds from the old printing shop that is long gone.
Kalemegdan - the largest and most beautiful park in Belgrade, housing the fortress that was built and destroyed many times, where every conqueror left some mark, something authentic. The statue of Pobednik and the plateau surrounding it from where you can gaze at the mouth of river Sava into Danube, offer the best view in the city. Aside from the fortress, you can visit the Military Museum, art pavilion Cvijeta Zuzoric, the Zoo, kids amusement park, as well as use recreational facilities such as tennis courts, and dine at fine restaurants.
Knez Mihailova Street - this pedestrian and shopping zone was named after Prince Mihailo Obrenovic, who ruled Serbia in the 19th century. It is protected by the government as one of the oldest and most valuable city monumental ambiances, housing a line of representative buildings and city houses built in the 19th century. There are also shopping centers, cafés, galleries, restaurants, university buildings etc.
The cathedral church was built to the order of Prince Milos Obrenovic over the years from 1837 to 1840, in the classical style with elements of baroque. The treasury of the church is especially valuable with its collection of old icons and sumptuously decorated gold works of art covering the period from the 17th to the 20th century. The tombs of the Serbian sovereigns Miloš and Mihailo Obrenovic are housed in the church. In the churchyard are also buried two other giants, educators of Serbian culture - Dositej Obradovic and Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic.
The Bohemian quarter of Belgrade became famous at end of 19th and beginning of 20th century, when the cafés started to be frequented by famous artists and cultural elite of Belgrade. Many famous writers, actors, painters and journalists once lived in Skadarlija. Skadarlija has kept its mystique, and continues to attract people of good taste in search of authentic Serbian cuisine and festive atmosphere.