Hotel Slavija1.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This hotel is affordable. If you opt for a budget room, as I did, then there is no A/C, and the furniture is old, and the curtains are too small for the windows ... If it's hot, open the window and close the curtains all day and your room will be cooler. Opt for a higher floor further from traffic noise. Breakfast is the same every day and is available from 6am to 10am. For the price I paid I thought it was fine.
The hotel is well located, not far from some interesting places to see. The rooms were clean, which is important....the rest - well, it IS a one star hotel, so you don't really expect much. In that sense, it didn't impress and it didn't disappoint....in short, it was average. Oh, and forget about reliable WiFi....it's sporadic at best, even in the lobby.
Is this what hotels were like in the good old days of Yugoslavian Communism? This hotel doesn't even have proper flush toilets. Instead, there is a tap that you turn behind the toilet and water flows into the bowl. Anything floating is not taken away, it just roils about. That's weird but strangely awesome. The elevator does not have an interior door. You can reach out and push open the outer doors as they went by. I didn't test it but that's also weird and awesome. The wifi was non-existent in the rooms and terrible in the lobby. That's not weird, it's annoying, more annoying than the weird toilet, the weird elevator, and the worn out decor. This place needs to be purchased by Russian oligarchs and refurbished. But all of Belgrade is hoping for that to happen so get in line Hotel Slavija. In the meantime, don't change anything except the wifi. That really needs fixing.
Hotel Slavija has a rely good location in Belgrade but accomodation is very very poor with old furniture. It needs renovation. The staff is very friendly, breacfast is good. Wi-fi works from time to time. It has its own garage and you don't need to care about the car. Taxi waits infront of the hotel and it's chip.
It is an old style hotel from the '80th. A specific communism era which is old furniture in the rooms. The breakfast was great. The staff is nice. The hotel is close to the main sights. It is wifi, exchange office
The hotel is perfectly located for arriving by plane and using the airport shuttle bus, which was important to me as I arrived very late at night. The hotel is from the 70s and has never been updated (literally). So there is some interesting 70s interior design, but also some rotten door frames and carpets. This didn't bother me to much as it was clean and safe. In the morning I had a decent breakfast. So all in all quite happy for an overnight stay, but not sure if I would stay there if I was staying more than 1 or 2 nights.
Well-located,Soviet-era budget hotel. If you want sanitised luxury,go to the Sheraton or Marriott-but pay 10 times more! Reasonably clean,friendly desk staff and a good breakfast-what more can you expect at the price?
old style communist era hotel experience, recommended to all travellers from Western-europe. great breakfast, friendly staff, nice atmosphere throughout the whole hotel. ideal for visiting with big groups.
This hotel is terrible. I know it's a budget one (we were 4 people in one room and we paid 32 euro each for 2 nights = 128 euro for the 4 of us) but I have been to a much better hotels for less. It's old, not well maintained and it's like time has stopped around 1985 here. It's furniture, interior and almost everything else is in the typical Eastern European communist style. Ten minutes after we had accommodated, one of the elevators with a group of friends of ours stuck and it took 15 minutes to the technician to come and release them. I felt elevators unsafe, they were twanging and screeching and were stopping really suddenly. Rooms were clean, but didn't have enough light and it felt like you're in a bunker. Bathtub was rusty. It looks like they were two toilet seats next to one another, but one of them was removed and there was a cement patch in it's place. Below I have checked that the hotel has internet, but that's really an overstatement. There was wi fi in our room (we were on the 6th floor), but there was no internet access. I succeeded in catching internet between 3 and 4 am for a couple of minutes, but for the rest of the day you shouldn't expect to have any. The internet was a bit better in the lobby and in the restaurant, but don't have any high expectations (I couldn't upload a single photo of 3 MB to facebook, well that's the speed I'm talking about). The staff at the restaurant were really rude. I know breakfast is served between 6:30 and 10:00 o' clock, but that doesn't give them rights to treat us roughly and to make us go away at 10:20 when we were finishing our breakfast. I gave this hotel 2 stars ONLY for it's great location. It's really near the city center, the pedestrian street Kneza Mihaila, the church St. Sava etc. We actually chose it, because of the immediate proximity of the SKC hall in which there was festival we were attending to. PS: The hotel has a parking lot and the price for a day is 10 euro. It's up to you.
Hotel is old and derelict. Rooms are spacious but the furniture rather wasted. Hygiene is poor, bathroom in very poor condition. The great advantage of the hotel's location, is located in the city center. I think that for the same money you can rent an apartment on the day that is in excellent condition as opposed to the hotel.
- Walking distance to Church of Saint Sava
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Church of Saint Sava is a short stroll from Hotel Slavija, and other popular attractions like Republic Square are within a mile (2 km). This 757-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, a casino, and free in-room WiFi. Located in central Belgrade, the hotel is also near National Museum and Red Star Stadium.
Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast, served each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM. Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café, or mingle with other guests at the free daily manager's reception.
Hotel Slavija's 757 rooms provide desks. Guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Free toiletries are also standard.
Guests of Hotel Slavija enjoy features like a casino, free WiFi in public areas, and 3 meeting rooms. If you drive, self parking is EUR 10.00 per day, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available on request) for EUR 25 per vehicle one way. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include express check-in, a terrace, and laundry facilities.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
25% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 215 reviews