‘Feel Belgrade’ ApartHotel- A Review ©Sangeeta Venkatesh

This is a much delayed review of the Apart Hotel ‘Feel Belgrade’, where we stayed in Belgrade last May (May 2022). We were a family of 4 and we stayed for 8 nights in a 2 bedroom apartment.

This is a real convenient place-centrally located and within walking distance to the Republic Square in Belgrade. In addition, there were several grocery stores, small restaurants and pubs in the vicinity. The kitchen was spacious with all the necessary utensils and implements, a stove, microwave, a convection oven, kettle and a washing machine. A stand to hang the laundry and an iron made it very convenient, as were in the country for two weeks. A dryer would have made the comfort factor complete.

The balcony outside the master bedroom
A view of the kitchen

There was common bath and toilet and a second tiny toilet next to it. There were enough wardrobe and drawers to store stuff, if you didn’t want to live out of the suitcase.

The Bath and Toilet

The living area was spacious with comfortable sofas and a large dining table and we as a family loved to congregate and talk in the space. Few nights we ordered in food using the ‘Wolt’ phone app and the ubiquitous ‘Uber’ to hail a taxi. There was also a salon in the apartment complex, should anyone required their service. My sons bought the MTS sim card at a kiosk near our aparthotel, while my husband had got a roaming package from India itself (Rs 3000 unlimited Airtel) (which worked better for us, especially to use the GPS).

The front office staff at ‘Feel Belgrade’ were super helpful and a special call out to Dragana (if she is still there), as she was very friendly and helpful. They all speak English well too and that was convenient. I would definitely recommend this place to travellers to Belgrade.

Distance from Airport: 30 minutes

Distance to Rajko Mitic Stadium: 12 minutes

Distance to Trg Republic: 4 minutes by car, 12 minute by walk

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