This would be just an acceptable place if you are only spending the night and you are away during the day. However, if you are visiting on business and need to spend most of the time in your room then it might not be so convenient. I booked a single room for two nights for 45 euros. I got a four bed room with nothing in it but two small and very simple wooden chairs, mirror, AC, place to hang coats, some space vaguely resembling a closet and a not so clean rug on the floor. No lockers (although it is a room for more persons), poor light, really small towel. It was not possible to work or read in the room. The hostel is on the sixth floor, and the lift only goes up to fourth (be persistent, it works very silently and you might not even notice it) - if you are with a heavy luggage, it might be a bit of a problem to get to the fifth floor, to climb another set of stairs to get to the hostel and possible yet another (steep) sat of stairs if your room is on the platform... Check in 14 - 22, check out till 12. It is a nonsmoking area, and yet someone was smoking in the kitchen and leaving full ashtray... They have four rooms on the lower level, together with a bathroom, washing room, place for luggage, for ironing, big Belgrade map on the wall, kitchen and reception, whereas balcony, common room, another bathroom and three other rooms are on the platform. I think it does not get more than twenty people at a time. The use of washing machine, ironing board, hairdryer is free, the use of kitchen as well, they have a fridge with a freezer, microwave, kettle, coffee machine, hotplate, sink and some improvised eating space (not a proper place) with three chairs. The hostel offers complementary coffee and tea. No complementary toiletry of any kind (just hand soap). WIFI is free. Ask in advance if they would accept paying by card, they were very reluctant to accept mine (though the girl working there told me that cards were ok) and that was a bit annoying... The common room has two computers, AC and sitting area with some games (mahjong, monopoly, etc) and a huge balcony (it was not really a pleasure using it since it was very cold, I guess it is much nicer when it is warm, though the view is rather miserable). There is an attempt to display some of the attractions in Belgrade, but some of the events shown on the wall took place in 2012... they need to work hard on this segment if they really want to make something of it... The place is not really a silent one - washing machine was on most of the day, and I could hear people talking all the time - in the common room, at the reception, in the kitchen, in the other rooms (normal conversation, nothing too loud, and yet, it was heard all over the place). In conclusion, it was not really a pleasant stay, but, again, if you are just looking for a place to spend the night, I guess this could work,
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Location, location, location. Threesixty has all of those three factors needed for successful hospitality business. The hostel is located in pedestrian zone, in famous Knez Mihailova street, within easy reach to all attractions. When you get out, you are in the middle of everything. Most of apartments are in the same area. We offer private rooms from single to quad, beds in dormitory and ensuite apartments for 2 -6 guests.WiFi, laundry and coffee, tea are free of charge. ... more less
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