Radisson RED Belgrade

Radisson RED Debuts in Southeast Europe with Belgrade Hotel

Radisson RED Belgrade has officially opened, introducing the dynamic Radisson RED brand to Southeast Europe. Situated on Takovska Street, close to the House of the National Assembly, this upscale lifestyle hotel blends traditional charm with modern elegance, following a thorough renovation and rebranding.

The hotel, nestled in the vibrant heart of Belgrade’s Old Town, epitomizes contemporary comfort with a touch of local charm. Radisson RED Belgrade’s launch not only introduces the first Radisson RED property in the region but also offers a fresh, playful approach to upscale accommodation.

The hotel boasts 88 stylish accommodation units, including three spacious apartments, all reflecting Radisson RED’s unique blend of art, design, and bold aesthetics. The design combines modern and traditional elements, creating a lively urban atmosphere highlighted by the presence of a red “Fićo” Zastava 750, symbolizing the blend of past and present.

Radisson RED Belgrade extends its innovative hospitality to communal areas, featuring a modern restaurant, bar, and a stunning rooftop bar with panoramic city views. The hotel is designed to cater to both business and leisure travelers, offering coworking spaces, meeting rooms, and engaging social areas.

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The property is equipped with the latest technology for a seamless guest experience, including self-check-in terminals, digital room access, and advanced in-room control systems. Guests can enjoy the convenience of digital services throughout their stay.

Reli Slonim, President of the Management Board of Arena Hospitality Group, expressed pride in launching Radisson RED Belgrade as the brand’s pioneering upscale property in Southeast Europe. He anticipates it becoming a beloved destination for its blend of comfort, style, and exceptional service.

Belgrade, known for its rich history and vibrant cultural scene, offers a mix of architectural styles, lively nightlife, and cultural landmarks. The Belgrade Fortress and the city’s riverside attractions highlight its historical significance and contemporary appeal.

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