Located right next to the arrivals platform of the central bus station, housed in a beautiful 1912 building.The hotel is run by an army agency which probably explains why, in spite of the fact that the hotel has not been renovated for at least 30 years, the rooms are clean and neat and period furniture is reasonably preserved. If you don’t mind the oversized antediluvian TV boxes and the noise generated during the day by the bus station and heavy traffic, you will get very decent accommodation for little outlay. The third floor houses the recently renovated 'Gold Suite’ which is not available for hire. Rockefeller stayed there in the twenties, and his son in the seventies, so it seems that this luxury suite is kept for the Rockefeller family in case they decide to revisit Belgrade. Capacity - 49 rooms and 5 suites (singles €28-39, doubles €43, triples €61, suites €61). Prices include VAT and breakfast.