Welcome to Hotel Moskva
Hotel Moskva, the architectural jewel of Russian secession, forever changed the impression of Belgrade and soon became the meeting spot of Belgrade, Balkan and world elite.
Opened in1908, inaugurated by King Petar I Karadjordjevic personally, it was known as the place where the history of this part of the world was created. It outlived two World wars, eight state systems and became the most prominent symbol of Belgrade and the greatest charmer of the hospitality scene. If only the walls of palace Moskva could talk, they would tell great stories about everlasting love, diplomatic strategies and negotiations, inspirational artists, Nobel Prize winner writers, royal events, all night long conversations… Maybe they would reveal many secrets, heard during the last 114 years.
In the history spanning over more than one century, this historic hotel and its famous cafe, hosted over 40 million guests and over 4.5 million people have spent their night here. Therefore, with every right, it can be said that the Moskva hotel is the biggest and most welcoming host in the whole region.
Robert de Niro, Albert Einstein, Indira Gandhi, Luciano Pavarotti, Maxim Gorky and Alfred Hitchcock are just to name a few World famous names that left their permanent mark at Hotel Moskva. Six apartments in the hotel were named after them. Moreover, while walking through the corridors, you can enjoy the gallery of famous guests who stayed with us so far.
Hotel has been fully renovated with deep respect to its tradition, but at the same time up to date with the latest hospitality trends. In a very heart of the city, it offers 123 rooms, 4 conference halls, Spa and wellness centre, a la carte Tchaikovsky Restaurant and the famous Moskva Café - Pastry Shop.
Still, our greatest asset is our welcoming and experienced hotel staff, always at our guests’ disposal.
Our team is looking forward to hosting you, making sure that your stay is one of a kind hospitality experience.