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This sunny surprise goes down as one of the top budget options in Serbia...
This cute spot is akin to a mini Novi Sad: super-friendly, attractive and given to laid-back socialising (not to mention the odd rakija or two)...
4 star hotel
A convenient location (across the road from the train station), clean – if nondescript – rooms and a decent continental breakfast make this a serviceable stopover.
3 star hotel
Elegant loft rooms, refined decor and soignée service make this Skadarlija charmer a Parisian doppelgänger in all the right ways.
Totally refurbished business hotel.
Reeking of communist-era retro, Novi Sad's oldest hotel (1854) isn't as slick as others, but its location overlooking the town square is unbeatable, as is the semifaded splendour of its restaurant.
With elegant, minimalistic room decor, modern art in the lobby and in-house bowling alley, this may seem like an unlikely hang-out for a communist honcho, but Tito adored this mountain retreat...
These four-star rooms come over all 'gentleman's den', with warm mahogany-look fittings and beds lined with bookshelves. It's inside the Atrium shopping plaza.
Rooms are basic and far from sparkling, but this (very) central spot disarms with character and buzz.
A real surprise for Belgrade, this is a mid-range hotel that's homely, welcoming, comfortably equipped and not the least bit corporate...
Top views over the Nišava River and fortress from slick surrounds. Prices drop on weekends.
The Patria has well-groomed, well-appointed rooms (the presidential suite rocks a jacuzzi), a wellness centre and a great location a few hundred metres from the train station.
Never mind the 'catz': it's the night owls that will adore this convivial spot...
Art nouveau icon and proud symbol of the best of Belgrade, the majestic Moskva has been wowing guests – including Albert Einstein, Indira Gandhi and Alfred Hitchcock – since 1906...
With its pink exterior and malapropos chandeliers, this hotel is peculiar but perky. Good-sized rooms overlook the leafy courtyard attached to the locally famous, eponymous restaurant.
A bend-over-backwards staff, homey atmosphere, free walking tours and a super location make this award-winner popular for all the right reasons.
This basic but clean hostel is a couple of minutes' walk from all the Subotica sights. Reception is in the restaurant downstairs: call ahead before lobbing up.
2 star hotel
This Italian-designed hotel is everything its name suggests: stylish, refined and discerning. Soundproof windows are a godsend.
Small, shiny and brand new, this amiable option is a mere 50m stroll from the centre of town. Prices are negotiable.
5 star hotel
The luxurious Square Nine Hotel is located in the centre of Belgrade, 50 metres from the Kneza Mihailova pedestrian and shopping district and 100 metres from the Kalemegdan Fortress...
Offering free garage parking on a perfect location in the very heart of Belgrade, the newly built Life Design Hotel features elegant, anti-allergenic rooms and superb wellness facilities...
Located just 500 metres from the main pedestrian Knez Mihajlova Street, the modern Nevski Hotel features free Wi-Fi in the entire property...
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