IN Hotel Belgrade

Address: Bulevar Arsenija Carnojevica 56, Belgrade, 11070, Serbia and Montenegro | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Bulevar Arsenija Carnojevica 56, Belgrade, is near The Belgrade Fortress, Skadarlija, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsIN Hotel Belgrade

    Reviewed by dannimoore

    Nice and easy

    Reviewed Jul 26, 2012
    by (3 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    The IN Hotel is nice if you fancy a little more luxury than the standard hotel. We had been staying in the Arka Baka hotel for the first half of our stay, then transferred here halfway through to be with the rest of the wedding party.

    The terrace bar is amazing with great views of the city, and the rooms are very pleasant. They have air conditioning and a TV, and the restaurant downstairs is good.

    If you are going to Belgrade on business, or are staying for a wedding or anniversary, or some kind of fancy event, this is a nice place to stay and should have all the amenities you need.

    Otherwise it's not quite luxurious enough for a honeymoon or relaxing holiday (no pool) but it doesn't have enough character is the low pricing for a travelling round stopover.

    Like I said, the hotel is very nice, like a very fancy Travelodge, but I'm not quite sure who it is for. But, if you are looking for a nice place to stay in Belgrade with a good bar, this is worth it.

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