Belgrade Art Hotel — Photo by Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Hotel Group is delighted to announce the opening of Belgrade Art Hotel, a member of Radisson Individuals, located in the heart of the spectacular old city. This opening marks the debut of the Radisson Individuals brand, a conversion solution recently launched in Europe in Q4 2020, and complements the existing Radisson Collection Hotel in Serbia's flourishing capital city.

Belgrade Art Hotel, a member of Radisson Individuals offers 55 rooms and suites including a luxury presidential suite. The hotel is filled with creative energy, featuring paintings from local artists, and overlooks the upscale Knez Mihailova Street. Hotel guests will benefit from a wide range of guest services, including access to a wellness center with complimentary use of a sauna and on-site parking. The Restaurant Mosaic offers both Mediterranean and local fine dining cuisine prepared from quality products, while the bar serves morning coffees and delicious original Belgium waffles. The hotel's conference center features two rooms located on the first and ninth floor with natural lighting and air conditioning. The space at the top floor can accommodate up to 90 guests and boasts a terrace overlooking the Old city, ideal for hosting a variety of meetings and gatherings.

The Belgrade Art Hotel, a member of Radisson Individuals is owned by the Todorovic family, a Serbian family well known in the local fashion industry. They have transferred their insight and expertise in understanding the needs and wishes of the modern guest from the fashion industry to the hotel industry, delighting guests with a touch of modern art combined with personal characters to make this hotel one of the most popular addresses in town. Located in the center of Belgrade in the city's pedestrian zone, Belgrade Art Hotel, a member of Radisson Individuals allows guests the privilege of staying at the only hotel on the capital's main street, steps away from landmarks such as the Belgrade Fortress, or variety of churches, where every chapel tells its own history.

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