DANYTZA is a two bedroom apartment, with a terrace and a parking spot in the apartment building's backyard. Close to the main railway statiion terminal this abode can accommodate up to six adults and a vehicle.
Spanning over almost seventy square meters of floor area, DANYTZA is one of the best choices of short term rentals a larger group of friends, traveling through Belgrade could make. It consists of four rooms with high ceilings, a separate bathroom a and a balcony. The large antechamber, which is excellent for storing luggage, leads into a large open plan living room. In it, the sitting area has a lovely two-seater sofa covered in camel colour plush, and the kitchen is neatly divided with a simple, long and unusually low breakfast bar with four accompanying chairs. The two bedrooms can sleep up to as much as six people. The guests’ bedroom has four separate single beds and the master bedroom comes with a cute double bed upholstered in white faux-leather.The bathroom is simple and rather visually impressive owing to the large mirror that covers the wall above the washbasin.
DANYTZA’s interior design combines the best of contemporary and classic tastes. The soothing and quite refined colour pallet, revamped old decorative patterns on custom print wallpapers, old-time double doors and the gentle squeak of polished parquet create a somewhat sentimental and nostalgic ambiance. Which is in stark contrast with the practical aspects of this Belgrade apartment , and they are numerous.
To begin with, its location is pretty good: right at the bottom of one of the oldest artisan hubs in Belgrade. A seven minute uphill walk through Balkanska street will get you to Terazije Square and a three minute stroll wil get you to the Main Railroad Terminal. This makes it ideally positioned for a group of young adults traveling through Belgrade. The second and far greater advantage is the fact that it’s got its own parking which is included in daily rental price. This quality alone puts it way above its peers - although to be frank, there aren’t that many of them. Its balcony overlooks Financial Park and the stately building of the Headquarters of Serbian Railways – one of the impressive architectural feats of our capital.