Hotel Zlatnik

Address: Dobanovachka 95, Zemun, Belgrade, 11080, Serbia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Dobanovachka 95, Zemun, is near The Belgrade Fortress, Skadarlija, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Minbar in room
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Smoking rooms available
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Airport Transportation
          • Drycleaning onsite
          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Concierge desk
          • Banquet room
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Multilingual staff
          • Room service
          • Conference facilities
          • Laundry facilities (self serve)
          • Business Services
          • Laundry
          • Meal plan

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Zlatnik Zemun

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Zemun

          Belgrade - Serbia's Capital City

          A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Sep 24, 2015

          105 photos

          ... cooked pork chop in a sauce of plums, peppers, and bacon. It may have been the best thing I’ve eaten in the Balkans. The food was so good I went back for more the next night! Being back in a Christian country after a fair amount of time in mostly Muslim Albania, Kosovo, and Bosnia I realize how much better life is with pork.

          Overall, despite some impressive monumental buildings, Belgrade doesn’t rank very high in the beauty pageant of European cities. Most of it ...

          Serbia - Novi Sad & Belgrade

          A travel blog entry by mrarnold on Aug 23, 2015

          9 photos

          The train from Budapest to Novi Sad was a seven hour marathon. The trains in Eastern Europe are not very advanced, so we rattled along slowly stopping many times including once either side of the border for passports to be checked. Sadly we saw many families of refugees living at the station in Budapest, in their quest to get to Germany. Many thousands of people fleeing war torn Afghanistan and Syria are landing ...

          Sometime in Belgrade

          A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Aug 08, 2015

          25 photos

          ... Tesla. What a very interesting man.

          I continued my walk into town and passed by some Government buildings that looked as if they belonged in wartime. Which is exactly where they are from. After the latest wars in Serbia, it was decided to leave these buildings standing in their destroyed form, as a reminded of what war does. It was quite impressive.

          On Saturday I moved back to the city and into a new hostel. I took a bus ride out to Zemun, an ...


          A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Aug 07, 2015

          ... I’d spent almost 10 days with the same people in Macedonia, in hostels that had a homey feel, and I was missing it.

          But the door on our dorm wasn’t shutting and it let light in and people who wanted to drink had nowhere to sit and be loud, so it was all inside and the noise radiated. Very annoying!

          I made the decision when I arrived in Belgrade to cancel my trip to Slovenia as it was much cheaper here, not being on the Euro and I ...

          Zemun and Belgrade....Two Forts on the Danube

          A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jul 09, 2015

          40 photos

          Since before Roman times there have been fortresses on high ground above the towns of Zemun and Belgrade. These were military outposts which protected the peoples of the area and more importantly the trade and travel routes that the Danube and Sava rivers offered. In the 12th century the town was conquered by the Kingdom of Hungary, and changed hands many times eventually falling to the Ottoman army which also conquered Belgrade in 1521. It was taken ...