Air conditioning, wireless internet, central heating, friendly hosts and the location just 10 minutes by bus from the city centre guarantee that you will be happy to stay at our place.
A single room has a single bed and can accommodate one person. An internal staircase leads upstairs where there is a bedroom with a private bathroom. Always clean linen and towels are provided. Guests have the wardrobe and a bedside cabinet. Air conditioning, wireless internet, central heating, friendly hosts and the location just 10 minutes by bus from the city centre guarantee that you will be happy to stay at our place.
We are located in a quiet street so that you will rest and sleep without distractions. Situated on the third floor of a small building the bedroom offers all comforts for a carefree Belgradian holiday.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests can also use fully equipped kitchen. Guests are not allowed to use the living room. Your access to WiFi and all other amenities is free of charge excluding in-home laundry services. See Other Things to Note section below.
Guests are not allowed to use the living room.
Airport pick-up/drop-off (20 EUR per ride)
In-home laundry service: 300 DIN (3 EUR) per load of laundry (up to 20 items)
From 12 am, no noise should be made in the bedrooms which might disturb other people sleep.
When you check out, please leave the room as clean and tidy as you found it on arrival.
This is my parents' home and they'll be welcoming you. I live just a few blocks away. If you need anything, you can always SMS me or write me an email and I will gladly help you out.
I am Marija, a travel loving person fortunate to be welcomed in a lot of homes during my travels. I am very appreciative and respectful to everyone who opens their doors to me. Dedicated to make your stay pleasant and enjoyable. Passionate vegetarian, inexperienced macrobiotician and nonsmoker.
Looking forward to welcoming you!
We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. - T. S. Eliot