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A celebrated landmark in downtown Belgrade, the Hotel Moskva is one of the most important historical gems in Serbia’s capital city. This beautiful building is designed in the style of Russian Art Nouveau, and has been entertaining guests since King Peter I of Serbia officially opened it in 1908. With its façade of decorative taupe and emerald ceramic tiles, it is one of the city’s most prestigious holiday destinations. Pictures of numerous high-profile guests line its corridors, like Leon Trotsky, Rebecca West, Richard Nixon, Leonid Brezhnev, Yves Montand, Vanessa Redgrave, Brad Pitt, and Nikita Mikhalkov. Due to its significant contributions to Serbian history and culture, Hotel Moskva has been protected by the Serbian government as an important heritage site since 1968.
Image of Guestroom Interior,Hotel Moskva, Belgrade, Sebia, 1908, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Location Map

Location Map

Tour the stunning Guadalajara Cathedral several blocks away.

Image of Suite Living Room, Hotel Moskva, Belgrade, Sebia, 1908, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Discover

Discover

Discover the Russian Art Nouveau-style façade of the Hotel Moskva.

Image of Women Enjoying Spa, Hotel Moskva, Belgrade, Sebia, 1908, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Explore

Explore

Explore Kalemegdan Park, which encompasses the largest park and the most important historical monument in Belgrade.

Image of Meeting Room Cocktail Tables, Hotel Moskva, Belgrade, Sebia, 1908, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Experience

Experience

Experience an excursion to Ada Ciganlija, an island located in the Sava River within central Belgrade.

Image of Restaurant Tchiakovsky, Hotel Moskva, Belgrade, Sebia, 1908, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Taste

Taste

Taste the Moskva šnit, the signature cake of the Moskva Pastry Shop located inside the Hotel Moskva.

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