BEAD is a studio created for indulgence. With a jetted tub for two, black satin sheets on a double bed, a minibar and an abundance of dim lights, this little paradise for two will surely become a place of many return visits.
BEAD is a brand new Belgrade apartment that can truly be called a short term rental for a day with a jacuzzi. It is a true treat for those who seek that special, romantic place for two in an area close to city center. The apartment is within walking distance of Vukov Spomenik and one of the busiest thoroughfares in Belgrade is just around the corner (Rosewelt's Street) The entrance door of this ground floor space hides thirty square meters designed for uninhibited indulgence of adults. The first thing you will see is a mini bar, a burnt sienna velour chaise lounge, and a heavenly white jetted bathtub with headrests for two. On the right hand side there is a double bed, with matted black satin bedding. As if that isn't enough, the base of the bed is embellished with LED lights, which enhances the splendor. The rest of the furnishings include a pair of ghost chairs, a shelf and a lovely white framed flat screen tv with a decent diagonal. BEAD also has a separate bathroom with a shower cabin.
The black and white contrast dominates the furnishings of BEAD. A sketch of a lady bust on the tile, a custom printed wallpaper with a silhouette of a female face emerging from black lace, a number of mirrors, figurines and scented candles and a multitude of dimmed lights all contribute to the unique ambiance of this Belgrade apartment with a jacuzzi. Urbane, elegant and sumptuous, BEAD is bound to be an eagerly revisited spot.
The feeling of privacy may be somewhat flawed by the fact that the apartment faces the street, but the non translucent blinds and black draperies are in there to lessen it. The apartment is out of boundaries of the zoned parking system, which unfortunately does not aid the parking process itself. The surroundings provide all the perks of the center of Belgrade, but given BEAD's basic functionality, it is somewhat redundant to enlist them.