Hotel Majestic has been in the very heart of Belgrade since 1936.
Hotel Majestic is considered as one of the symbols of Belgrade. Protected as one of Belgrade’s historical landmark. The first art deco building of its kind in the capital, designed by Milan S. Minić who was not only the architect but the first owner of the establishment. Hotel Majestic is Milan Minić’s most important work, in line with current European traditions. The building is a synthesis of architecture, visual and applied arts, and this phenomenon can be observed in the entire treatment of the interior.
Hotel Majestic Belgrade offers tradition, elegance, and comfort. The impeccable tradition, and timeless elegance combine to create a unique hotel in the very pedestrian zone, of Stari Grad (Old Town), Belgrade.
Located right in the middle of downtown’s walking zone, Hotel Majestic is surrounded by countless restaurants, bars, shops, museums, and many sightseeing attractions such as the National Theater, and the Kalemegdan Fortress. Hotel Majestic sits atop of the famous Obilićev Venac street, a tree-lined street with countless bars and restaurants. Adjacent to the hotel, is Knez Mihailova main street, the biggest pedestrian street in Belgrade.
The hotel has 83 rooms, and 7 suites. Including two rooms mini-suites, perfect for traveling families.