NOSTALGIE is an excellent, commodious two bedroom apartment in a newbuild in Vrachar. It accommodates four adults with utmost ease.
NOSTALGIE is one of those Belgrade apartments that definitely outranks average vacation rentals in Belgrade. In designer terms, it combines the finest of the former bourgeoisie taste and the contemporary approach to interior design. It is also one of the very few apartments where the attention to details paid to each of the rooms is so obvious. .
This two bedroom apartment encompasses an 80 square meters floor area of living space in a gentile and elegant manner. The neatly curved foyer literally disembogues into the voluminous area that contains the living room, a blue-blood dining hall and a lavishly equipped, and yet warm kitchen. The neoclassic furniture of superior quality, floors as clean as a new pin, grandiose crystal chandellier and a number of other baroque-style embellishments claim NOSTALGIE the territory dedicated to the love of beauty. The two doors in the dining hall lead into the two bedrooms. The master bedroom puts a standard double bed and a large wardrobe at guests disposal whereas the other bedroom has two modest folding two-seaters and an additional TV set. A large bathroom with a shower cabin has a toilet within it and the auxillary toilet (almost as large as the bathroom) also serves as a laundry (with a washer and a dryer stacked inside). In addition, a small terrace oriented towards the backyard and a lovely wicker furniture set call for a morning espresso (that can be brewed in the kitchen).
Location may be considered central. The second longest thoroughfare in Belgrade, King Alexander’s Boulevard, with its multitude of shopping facilities is less than a hundred feet away and the tram line which cleaves it down the middle will get you to the Old City in no time. It is exactly the location together with the warm yet solemn atmosphere that recommends NOSTALGIE to those who need a peaceful and quiet abode after a hectic day (or night) in the city. The price depends on the number of persons, but the increase is somewhat insignificant compared to what this Belgrade apartment has to offer.