COMPASS is a three bedroom apartment central in Belgrade. It accommodates up to eight people.
COMPASS is a very spacious, three bedroom apartment with pre-war architecture (i.e. tall ceilings) that has been thoroughly repurposed for short term rent, With two large and one disparately small bedroom and a large living room, this apartment in Belgrade is intended to accommodate up to eight people. Owing to the sheer volume of rooms, as well as the presence of only necessary furniture, its interior may seem spartan, but it is exactly this feature that makes it suitable for larger groups of guests and the abundance of their luggage. The kitchen is fitted with the basic kitchenware, the bathroom comes with a washing machine and both of the large bedrooms have their own TV sets. With an exceptionally flexible sleeping arrangement (2+1+2+1+1+2) it will suit the most heterogeneous groups. However be advised to consult the detailed pricelist as it varies significantly depending on the number of guests – but given that three bedroom apartments are in short supply in general, this is fairly justified.
COMPASS is located in one of the busiest and arguably most polluted streets in Belgrade – Branko’s street which leads to the namesake bridge and marries the old part of Belgrade with the new one. In spite of it, the apartment is exquisitely quiet on the account of its fine soundproofing and the fact that its facing the backyard. It is center of Belgrade, close to the clubbing district Savamala, main coach and Railway station and finally one of Belgrade’s biggest public transport hubs – Zeleni venac. The advantages of the locality are numerous – fast food joints that work around the clock, numerous ATMs, exchange offices and even a green market all within a minutes walk. COMPASS will in all its glory, probably be most suitable for larger groups of friends on a city break or those who have come to the capital for an extended night out weekend.