Belgrade

Apr 20, 2019 - Apr 21, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Belgrade, Serbia Hotels

Belgrade, Serbia, is where the Sava River connects with the Danube in the midst of an urban capital city where old-world cultural heritage mingles with today's sizzling nightlife. Let Skyscanner help you find a Belgrade hotel, keeping your budget, location preferences and accommodation style in mind. Whether you want to study the varied architectural designs, enjoy the beaches and rivers, or go clubbing on a floating river barge, the perfect hotel awaits your reservation.

Are There Any Luxury Belgrade Hotels?

You can stay at a luxurious, four- or five-star hotel in Belgrade, Serbia at prices that are extremely reasonable. The Falkensteiner Hotel Belgrade is located close to the Kombank Arena and the Kalemegdan Citadel and sits just beside the Danube River. This hotel has two bar/lounges and a restaurant serving a delicious breakfast buffet. At a little over $100 per night, the Falkensteiner is a great value Belgrade hotel. Another luxury hotel in Belgrade is the Hotel Metropol Palace. Staying here places you within the city center and walking distance to Nikola Tesla Museum and Tasmajdan Park. An indoor pool, sauna and steam room give you the opportunity to unwind after a day of sightseeing. The Hyatt Regency Belgrade, which is close to Belgrade Cathedral and Pobednik, is also an upscale hotel. It features large rooms, an excellent breakfast, and a swimming pool.

Are There Cheap Hotels in Belgrade, Serbia?

Aside from standard hotels offering room service, restaurants, cafes, and other amenities, you can also find other types of accommodations in Belgrade. You can book a stay at a Bed and Breakfast Inn for a fraction of the cost of a hotel. Consider staying in a B&B such as B&B Avnoy, which is in the Novi Beograd neighborhood in Belgrade, close to the Arena. This lodging choice offers free use of bicycles, free parking (excellent if you have a rental car;), and free Wi-Fi access. You can also opt to stay at a hostel. One hostel that is highly rated is Sun Hostel, where you'll find a relaxing atmosphere, friendly staff, and delicious food awaiting you for less than $30 per night.

Are There Belgrade Hotels Offering Airport Shuttles?

You can stay at one of the many Belgrade hotels that provide shuttles to and from the airport. Some of the hotels in Belgrade, Serbia that offer airport shuttles and parking services include:

  • Hotel Sumadija provides airport transportation and self-parking for a surcharge, but has free valet parking services.
  • Hotel Excelsior offers safe airport transportation at a fair price. They do not have a parking lot on site, but there is a public garage opposite the hotel.

Top rated hotels in Belgrade

from $49
from $75
from $91

What are travelers saying about Belgrade?

9.8
Nightlife Lovers
8.1
Foodies
7.9
History Buffs
7.4
Art & Design Lovers
7.0
Adventure Travelers
Member reviews (101)
Margarita Samsonova
Margarita SamsonovaOxford
8/14/17

I spent 3 days in Belgrade. That city has a lot to offer, make sure you spent here Friday or Saturday, as Belgrade has a lot of clubs and bars that you don't want to miss. The cheapest city out of my whole trip, great food, awesome people and I felt safe here at all times. I stayed in a hostel and couch-surfed as well.

alexandar miguel
alexandar miguelSan Diego, California, USA
9/18/16

well , it all start when we try to visit belgrade after exit in novi sad.We rent a car and find nice place in luxury suburbia of belgrade trought apartmanitaurus.com we had a great time,our parking was safe ,under surveliance and price for apartments was 30 eur for 4 persons,crasy cheap.

Zoric Aleksandar
Zoric AleksandarZeleznik
9/18/16

best city as ever,call it small amsterdam as well.travel trought bookingbelgrade.rs agency.we got for 40 eur flat in the center for 6 people.when i went out home,i went to bank to get money to buy property in Serbia,people and nature are awesome.

Frank Hannigan
Frank HanniganCork, Ireland
1/28/17

I love Belgrade as a second home. This is perhaps the best and most honest review. I give you the love-child of New York and Paris https://www.storehouse.co/stories/t1nnj-belgrade-serbia

FAQs

The least expensive month is April, with an average of $39 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Belgrade is December, with an average price of $44 per night.
The average price of a hotel in April last year was $42 per night. This is 2% more than the average nightly price of $42 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Belgrade, the expected average temperature in April is 12.1°C/53.7°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 28.7°C/83.7°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -2.2°C/28.0°F.
The nearest airport to Belgrade is Belgrade Nikola Tesla (BEG) (7.61 miles).Other nearby airports include: Belgrade Batajnica (13.72 miles)

Plan a trip to Serbia

In and around Belgrade