Square Nine Hotel is a hotel that compliments the transitional vibe of modern Belgrade. Expect a relaxed stay in the heart of this gritty and exciting eastern European city.
The Square Nine Hotel reflects the contemporary feel that Belgrade is embracing. Ottoman relics sit alongside hip cafes and a busy nightlife in this changing city. Just steps from a busy walking area, enter into the lobby full of fresh flowers and a collection of books and art. Vintage leather chairs and antique globes evoke the feeling of an elegant private club.
The 45 rooms are outfitted with mid-century furnishings and have a neutral color scheme of creams and pistachio. Materials like stone, bronze, and light and dark woods makes this space elegant and ambient. Bronze reading lamps provide a soft glow. Freshen up in the rain shower and take rest on the comfortable bed. Look out the windows for views of the interior courtyard and busy city streets. Although the busy city is just below, the spaces at Square Nine Hotel are quiet and peaceful.
Dine on modern cuisine at The Square, tastefully decorated in neutrals with black and white photographs flanking the walls. Head up to the rooftop to Ebisu, a Japanese restaurant with a spectacular view of the historic neighborhood. Choose from wines and cocktails in the Lobby Bar. Relax in the spa in the lap pool with plenty of natural light or in the sauna and steam room.
Take in the view of the Kalemegdan Fortress, built to defend the city from Ottomans. It is surrounded by a zoo and a pretty landscaped garden that often hosts concerts.
Throughout the city, you will see or hear the 50 bells of the Church of Sant Sava, ring. This is the largest Orthodox place of worship in the Balkans and one of the largest in the world. This inspiring church can hold 10,000 people and its stunning interior mosaics are still a work in progress. The outside is a beautiful surface of white marble and granite with green domes.
Shop on Knez Mihailova, an area of varying architectural styles filled with shops and street musicians. Wander along the cobblestone streets in one of the historical districts, admiring the pretty homes with the orange-tile roofs. Pop into a cafe for coffee or dance the night away in one of the clubs in this ever-changing city.