Hotel Slavija III
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Slavija III Belgrade
The furnishings are a little tired, and it only has a hand held shower in an unusually tall tub, but it was very clean and the staff were great! It's right on a busy traffic circle and our room was on the circle so it was a little noisy in the morning, but fun to watch the craziness from above. The breakfast was standard fare, but the outdoor seating area was a great way to start the day.
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