Hyatt Regency Belgrade

Address: Milentija Popovica 5, Belgrade, 11070, Serbia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Milentija Popovica 5, Belgrade, is near The Belgrade Fortress, Skadarlija, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Suites


          • TV Channel One Russia
          • Room service

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Regency Belgrade

          Reviewed by rfman

          Good place love it

          Reviewed Mar 19, 2014
          by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

          Been here before had to stay again

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Regency Belgrade

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Belgrade

          A day in Belgrade, Serbia

          A travel blog entry by ljjohnson on Sep 15, 2015

          18 photos

          ... a cool drink in the shade as the temperatures had climbed to mid-30's. We then sought out a spot on a patio on a side street in the shade for a quick lunch. We made a stop at a shop selling antiques and hand made crafts (where I bought a small lithograph of St. Savo Cathedral) before wandering back to our hotel for a nap and our second shower of the day. On our way back to the hotel we came upon one of ...

          "By walking, we can afford to eat"

          A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on Jul 12, 2015

          4 photos

          And so it begins.

          Having been many months in the planning, I arrived on the Saturday night in Belgrade, capital of Serbia, and my 50th visited country to meet up with my good friend Johan, who I hadn't seen in over three years.

          My time in Belgrade was short - lasting less than 20 hours, but it was enough to get a feel for the city.

          We began our day by leaving the hotel and walking over to ...

          Good place to visit in the summer

          A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Mar 08, 2015

          5 photos

          ... wanted to check out a couple of museums but they were all closed. Around 17:00 I went back to the hostel to chill out even more and talk to the other travellers. When I got back the French guys were just about to leave for Sarajevo. They gave me the hostels address and said that I should come and stay with them. Maxime said that when I take the overnight bus make sure I get off at Sarajevo instead on Sarajevo centrotrans because it's 8miles away from the city centre so I would have to ...

          "We're not going out tonight"

          A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Aug 24, 2014

          5 photos

          ... Despite this, there was still one end of the ground unopened, which was disappointing to see. Partizan were of course overwhelming favourites to progress to the group stages, so you can image the brief horror when the visitors opened the scoring with only 2 minutes on the clock, only for it to be ruled out for offside, huge relief. That however, was only temporary as barely 10 minutes later the visitors did lead, poor defending from a set piece. Maybe that ...

          Serbia failed to make the (Bel)grade

          A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn on Jul 29, 2013

          5 photos

          ... the magnitude and significance of the war. Srebrenica changed that.

          In 1995 at the height of the Yugoslav War, over 8,000 Bosnians were massacred in Srebrenica. Today a memorial site, Srebrenica-Potocari Memorial and Cemetery for the Victims of the 1995 Genocide, stands to remember those who lost their life in the devastating war. Victims are commemorated with a tombstone in their place of burial, while a green stick is used to indicate the burial site of ...