Tucked away on the corner of Resavska and Mišarska streets, near the Beogradjanka building, one of Belgrade’s most important symbols, the Mark Hotel provides a perfect starting point for exploring the city.
When you take a stroll towards North-East, you will find yourself in the middle of a wonderful residential area where you can discover beautiful mini-locales such as Krunska Street, Andricev Venac, Flower Square and more. Krunska Street is considered one of the most beautiful in Belgrade, while Andrićev venac houses the Ivo Andrić Museum, within the Belgrade City Museum.
To the South, you will find one of the most important intersections of the city center, where the present-day streets of Kralja Milana and Kneza Milosa intersect. This intersection was named after the famous London Hotel, which was erected there in 1873. The hotel was closed a few decades later and the building was demolished, but that part of the city still has the name today – London.
To the West lies Sava mala, once an elite part of Belgrade, and today the center of nightlife. Just a few steps away from the hotel, there are the Yugoslav Drama Theater and the Student Cultural Center (SKC).
If you need more detailed recommendations, restaurant reservations, or theater or concert tickets, you can request them at the hotel reception.