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Reviewed 9 August 2018

An old hotel, need reconstruction. The rooms were clean but the furniture and the bed were old-fashioned. The bathroom was small and old. The bed was so hard, I bare slept at nights. The only good thing about this hotel is the location. Close to many attractions in Belgrade.

  • Stayed: June 2018, travelled on business
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Thank itaAlbania
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Reviewed 30 July 2018 via mobile

The most disgusting bed we have ever slept!ready to fall down...the bed sheets so old..didn't even cover the mattress..the carpets so filthy..the bathroom needed a good renovation.Elevator so old,stopping between the floors.The only good thing is the location (in the center of the city ).NEVER AGAIN! !

Stayed: July 2018, travelled as a couple
2  Thank Giouli S
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Reviewed 25 June 2018

I had an event in the hotel, so I had to stay there. The name, location, and the official rating (4*) suggest something that this hotel no longer is - a grand hotel.
Its best feature is definitely the location. It is just next to the traffic-free zone and the river. You just step out and are in the middle of happening.
The rest is very, very old and in a desperate need for some serious renovation. Some things (phone booths, TV room,...) are a bit nostalgic, but just to look at and not experiencing everything else that comes with such age.
The elevator (only one in the lobby for a 6-floor building) has a capacity of four people, has no protective door inside (you move too close to the door and it will suddenly stop in the middle of floors), and doesn't always stop at the proper height (I almost fell twice due to a "step" created by that). The internet is horrible throughout the building; the only exception is the lobby. It was connected, but didn't work (and was the same for my colleagues). Room was from another time - seriously word down. The door was difficult to close; even with closed door you could see the light from the corridor since the door didn't close tight. There was only one plug for the computer and it was used by the minibar. Tiles in the bathroom were cracked, towels very old, some even with holes in them, the bathtub with the shower was very high and it was not so easy to get in.
Breakfast was very poor; if you add people smoking in the dining room, it is better to avoid it.
The hotel will be interesting if somebody closes it for a long time and makes a complete makeover; without that I definitely don't recommend it.

  • Stayed: June 2018, travelled on business
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1  Thank Matevz
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Reviewed 19 June 2018

We recently had a conference in Belgrade and selected Hotel Palace mostly for the location. It's two blocks from the main pedestrian streets, four blocks from the university, and not much further to Belgrade Fortress/Kalemegdan Park. The hotel has a bar but there are also places to get a drink just across the narrow street, and a wealth of good restaurants within three blocks of the hotel. The breakfast spread was wonderful: about 6-10 different kinds of sweet and savory pastries, an omelet station, strudel, fruit, yogurt, a meats and cheeses station, scrambled eggs, potatoes, three different kinds of sausages, and the usual selection of juices, milk, and coffees. The lobby is very nice, but the rooms themselves are showing their age. The bathtubs are tall (28" or so?) so anyone with limited mobility might feel challenged getting in and out of the tub with its hand-held wall-mounted shower. But how much time do you spend in a room? The bed was comfortable, it wasn't noisy (I expected noise, considering the location), and there was free wi-fi--though to upload photos you sometimes had to sit in the lobby instead. There's a business room for printing out boarding passes, and the staff was incredibly nice. The hotel has a history, as it's one of the oldest in Belgrade, and that in itself will appeal to some travelers.

  • Stayed: June 2018, travelled on business
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Thank Englishprof88
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Reviewed 15 June 2018 via mobile

The only good thing in that hotel is location. Hotel is very old and has not been renovated since the 1970s. Bathroom semi-functional, stained loosely. Old towels full of rugs and flecks. The window wall is bare. A varied breakfast offer but poor food quality. The staff at the front desk smugly. The hotel is part of the hospitality school and most of the time there are a lot of students around who make a crowd in the lobby and during breakfast. Extra expensive parking - 16.5 EUR per night.

Stayed: June 2018, travelled as a couple
1  Thank putnik84
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