BIP is a spacious, two bedroom apartment with a small balcony, located in the very center of Belgrade, in a quiet street in Dorchol. It is an agreeable accommodation for up to six adults. At a 12 EUR per day surcharge, guests have a parking spot at their disposal.
In BIP (it's not a typo, but an acronym - see explanation below), you walk into the fairly spacious living room straight from the entrance. Apart from a slightly improvised couch (that can be turned into a bed for two) with an adjacent TV set, the kitchen is also a constituent of the room and neatly partitioned from the rest with a breakfast bar. The other three rooms include: 1)the guests bedroom with two single beds 2) the master bedroom that has an additional TV set a huge wardrobe, a comfy double bed and a small terrace and 3) the really nice L shaped bathroom with a shower cabin and a washer. Whether it's the creaking of floor boards, or the narrow, brass knobs, yet this flat seems to have an air of Belgrader authenticity about it. Although every square meter of the apartment contrasts the old and new, sometimes they seem a bit over the top
Those who seek accommodation in a touristy spot, as far as Belgrade is concerned, might find BIP interesting. The price depends on the number of guests in comparison to others in its league (and above it) so do check the detailed price lists before booking. Guests can get a parking spot nearby at an additional 12 euros per day surcharge.
*BIP stand short for Belgrade Beer Industry as the area was the home to the oldest brewery in Belgrade