ROME is a truly extraordinary apartment, with a breathtaking interior. Located in the very center of Belgrade, practically in Slavija Square this lovely abode has its own terrace, two bedrooms and a capacity to accommodate up to four people.
Apartment ROME is, in many respects, a statistical outlier. This downright pompous two bedroom apartment for short term rent of nearly 80 square meters of floor area boasts a stunning interior design and an uncompromisingly high standard in almost every aspect of its furnishings. Structurally, it is divided in three sections. The first comprises a hallway and a drawing room. Immediately upon entry you will realize that ROME is anything but an ordinary apartment, as Chesterfield winged armchairs, game-hide mat and an ottoman upholstered in cheetah print faux suede, are definitely not part of a staple offer of short term rentals in Belgrade. From there a pair of door leads into two different bedrooms, each of which boasts the same kind of sophisticated taste. The queen-sized doubles of ostentatious appearance and finest bedding guarantee a good night rest, whereas the decorations and other furnishings resemble a museum display of luxury items. The bathroom is modern and minimalist style, and the kitchen (with its adjoining dining area) bears the traits of good taste and contemporary functional design. A small additional toilet is neatly packed right next to its entrance, and a nice built-in pantry cabinet, actually hides a 21st century laundry (a washing machine and a tumble-dryer stacked on top of it). The little terrace that overlooks the inner yard of an old apartment building block is just a small detail of an amazing story this apartment in Belgrade attempts to tell. And just to reassure that the quality and the hospitality go all the way, its almost superfluous to mention that a welcome pack of fine assortment of Mediterranean snacks awaits each and every guest, regardless of the length of their stay.
This aesthetic colossus comes in a very central setting. Practically right next to Slavija Square, Belgrade’s busiest and most central roundabout , the apartment lies in the street that has become synonymous with important administrative bodies of the whole country. This makes it favorably positioned for all kinds of visits. In all honesty, the most likely clients of this phenomenal abode are bound to be corporate, or at least those whose high aesthetic criteria are accompanied by proportional budgets. In return, however, they will receive the essence of immaculate maintenance and cosmopolitan inspiration. Therefore, if you are striving for an upper class indulgence, sophistication and high culture of living, all roads lead to apartment ROME.