BOOK is cute, fully renovated apartment for three people, snuggled on the ground floor of an old apartment building. It's right next to the "Writer's Club" restaurant, just fifty meters away from the National Theater.
This incredibly charming apartment packs all that you might need for a comfy short stay on a relatively modest floor area. Essentially a studio, the flat is divided in two sections. The first consists of a small hallway that leads into a petite kitchen with a myriad of useful appliances, and an even smaller but neatly organize bathroom with a built in shower. The second is the single spaciaous room that clutters all of the other functional chambers an apartment should have into one. But it does so with a lot of taste. In terms of amenities, BOOK offers quite a bit of value for money. It accommodates up to three people – two of which can sleep on the nice standard double bed, while the third crashes on a comfy fold out armchair. The rustic built in closet provides ample wardrobe space for all of them. Apart from the standard perks (wifi, cable TV and central heating) this apartment also has a long list of neat appliances including a dishwasher. The furniture, without a grain of doubt, displays an eclectic taste . starting from the shabby chic chairs, vivaciously upholstered bedside ottoman to the incredibly varied lighting solutions. The gentle and soft nuances of carnation pink and the stunning collection of ornamentation in the apartment create a very unusual and pleasant ambiance, very much resembling a dollhouse.
The enchanting interior comes with an enchanting location. Nested in the heart of old Belgrade, in an area that built to accommodate the pre war aristocrats, this Belgrade apartment is perfectly positioned for tourists. The country’s most prestigious cultural institutions (The National Museum and National Theater) are just behind the corner, and the renown corso, Knez Mihajlova street, is less than three minutes away. A pleasant ten minute stroll through the alleys of Upper Dorchol will get you to the Belgarde Fortress, while those who seek a good night out will have no trouble finding a night club to their liking in this part of Belgrade. Two of Belgrade’s popular dining establishments, Writers Club and Little Bay will lure you inconspicuously as soon as you step out the apartment building, and if they don’t, Boehemian Quarter Skadarlija which is just around the corner, definitely will.. The only thing that may prove challenging if you opt for BOOK is parking as all there zones intersect in the area. The tram and bus stops, which are also in the immediate neighborhood, will guarantee a fine connection to all parts of town. To sum it all up, BOOK is a perfect place to book for a small group of ladies on a visit to Serbia’s capital.