METROPOL PALACE, Belgrade, Serbia

 

METROPOL PALACE, Belgrade, Serbia

 

 

METROPOL PALACE, Belgrade, Serbia

 

METROPOL PALACE, Belgrade, Serbia

 

 

METROPOL PALACE, Belgrade, Serbia
METROPOL PALACE, Belgrade, Serbia

METROPOL PALACE

 

A LUXURY COLLECTION HOTEL

 

During socialism, the Metropol Hotel became an east window to the westward world. Some of the most famous individuals from the 60s and the 70s, such as Anthony Quinn, Brigit Bardot, Elisabeth Taylor, the king of Ethiopia Haile Selassie, chess master Bobby Fisher, and countless politicians, Nehru from India, Nasser from Egypt, Nicolay Ceausescu from Romania, Leonid Brezhnev from the former SSSR were regulars at the hotel.

 

 

During the Conference of the unaligned movement in 1961, there were 30 heads of state and over 3000 guests present at the reception held in Metropol. Elizabeth Taylor and Che Guevara, both stayed in its apartments as gusts of Josip Broz Tito. Once the most beloved hotel of Belgrade, originally opened in 1957, The Metropol reopened after a 5 year complete remodel and reconstruction as the Metropol Palace, a Luxury Collection hotel.

 

 

Located in the very heart of Belgrade, on kralja Aleksandra Boulevard, close to all of the city’s main attractions, and overlooking the Tasmajdan park, the Metropol Palace is the perfect place for both business and leisure travelers.

 

 

The hotel offers the largest conference center, accommodating up to 1000 invitees in one conference room, it features 198 beautifully appointed guest rooms and 38 suites designed in contemporary style, with complimentary use of the spa & wellness center and a fine dining restaurants on the roof top and in lobby area overlooking one of the most beautiful part of the city surrounded by parks.