GALLERY is neat, fully renovated, basement flat in the very center of Belgrade. It can accommodate up to three adults.
In spite of its rather unseemly entrance, and the fact that its a basement flat, GALLERY is a a well arranged and innovatively designed studio with a high ceiling under which there was enough room for a galleried bed. Its twenty odd square meters of floor area are neatly partitioned between a long narrow hallway, and a main room that packs all the other areas an apartment should have: a living room area a kitchenette with a dinning table tucked in its corners, a small separate bathroom and gallery mounted on its "roof", accessed via a spiral staircase. The interesting lighting solutions, a the rather charming, "gritty" stone tiles that cover all of the walls create a rather unusual, but also pleasant atmosphere. The bathroom is light and compact with a shower cabin, and the wardrobe space is somewhat scarce (a shoe rack and a small cabinet are the only enclosed bits intended for it) and the kitchenette comes with no hot plates. Sleeping arrangement is 2+1: two on the double bed and the other two on a comfortable L-shaped sofa.
GALLERY is located in a spot that is almost perfect for a city break. In a once (in)famous Silicone Valley, Strahninjica Bana Street, it is neatly positioned for visits to cultural-historical sites of Serbia's capital (Gallery of Frescoes, Kalemegdan, National Museum, Belgrade Zoo, etc.) as well as nights out (upper Dorcol clubs, Savamala, Port of Belgrade) as they're all within walking distance. That also makes things easier if you are not coming by car as on street parking is scarce and limited up to three hours. Given its structure and overall furnishings it is a neat spot for an extended weekend or a shorter tourist visit to Belgrade, but predominantly to young adults. In short if you were looking for an unusual studio apartment for a short term sty in the center of Belgrade, and you have no prejudice to basement flats, then GALLERY is a right spot for you.