Published at: 2016-08-02 16:00 | Author: CIJ Serbia
The Serbian capital’s become a key target on the radar for hotel investors and operators ending an extended quiet spell
The modern era for Belgrade’s hotel sector dates back just five years. Before that, the city had only one typical five-star hotel, the Hyatt Regency, which was built in 1989 and a series of four-star hotels were built in the following decade. But it wasn’t until the city began shaking off the impact of the financial crisis that investors began to take on the lack of modern hotel stock in the city in a serious way. Even today, most of the five-star keys in the Serbian capital still belong to the...

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