ATOM is a neat and tidy studio for up to three persons, snuggled on the third floor of a pre-war apartment building in central Belgrade.
With only thirty square meters of floor area, which seem much larger owing to its high ceilings . ATOM consists of a small entryway, with a clumsily inserted kitchenette in the alcove, a fully separate and compact bathroom with a shower cabin, and a single large and warm room that functions as a bedroom, a living room and a dining area. For the aforementioned purposes, an almost impertinently fine and cozy bed a, an equally foine looking armchair (that unfolds into a double bed) and a small dining set (with three chairs and a folding tabletop) have been designated. The decorations are scarce in numbers but quite effective – mirroring good taste and pleasant atmosphere.
ATOM is in the very centre of Belgrade, practically halfway between two prominent Belgrade parks Tashmaydan and Manyezh. Slavija Square, King Alexander Boulevard, Terazije - all these landmarks are within walking distance of the apartment, so ATOM is an apartment with a superb position for a very wide variety of visitors (from businesspeople to “city-breakers”). And the decency of the aesthetics transfers to the apartment’s pricing policy, so it easily falls into the affordable accommodation in very center of Belgrade category. So if you’re looking for one, do check ATOM out – it’s very unlikely you’ll be disappointed.