Hotel Moskva Belgrade is a landmark hotel with rich history and numerous celebrity guests in it. Rosija Palace was opened in 1908 by King Petar I Karadjordjevic as a complex including a hotel, café, restaurant, apartments to let and office space. It was done in Russian secession style including elements inspired by Greek antiquity. It has been state protected as a cultural monument since mid 20th century.
In the seventies the Moskva Hotel confectionery became the city’s gathering and people watching place number one. With no mobile phones back then, it was the easiest and most obvious meeting spot for young people. Hotel Moskva has several room and suite categories most of which have recently been thoroughly renovated. Single rooms are best value, but small so they are a good option for business guests staying for a night or two.
Families and couples will love the romantic duplex rooms and suites on two levels, with living room area, separated toilet, bathroom and powder room. Wi-Fi is of the best quality and speed, so many business guests stay again and again for its reliability, central location of the hotel and for multiple fully equipped meeting and banqueting rooms.
For Belgraders, Moskva is synonymous with divine cakes, pastries and coffees at its famous confectionery with summer garden right on the main city core street and square Terazije. A new spa to open will make it a well rounded classy Belgrade accommodation option.