TREFF is a fully renovated one bedroom apartment near Municipality Building in New Belgrade. It is on the seventh floor of a skyscraper and accommodates four people.
Basking on the seventh floor of a brutalist New Belgradian concrete skyscraper, TREFF is a very neatly arranged one bedroom apartment adapted for short term rent. All of the functional areas are separate and proportionately arranged into a rather complete accommodation unit for up to four adults. It consists of an entryway, a well designed and modern bathroom with a built in shower, a trapezoid-base, single row kitchen, and a large room that is half-partitioned into a sleeping and a sitting area. The living room holds a large L-shaped sofa, that unfolds into a double bed and a large square shaped table with rounded edges, and four accompanying chairs that serve as a dining area. From there you access the bedroom with a large ceiling height wardrobe, standard double bed, a set of nightstands and a second TV. The colour palettes are separate for each of the rooms and thematically blended with decorations, which create an overall great ambiance with lots of good taste. It does lack a washing machine and certain kitchen appliances for the full convenience during extended stays, but it is generally speaking far from uncomfortable. Sleeping arrangement is 2+2.
TREFF belongs to a group of apartments near the New Belgrade Council House. Owing to its proximity, which happens to be a public transport hub of sorts, connection to other parts of town is also guaranteed. Since it is also out of bounds of the zoned parking system, it might come in handy to those who arrive by car as on street parking is free of charge. Some of the most popular ethnic cuisine restaurants, and quite a few shops are within walking distance, and this includes a mid-sized, shopping centre New Mercator. The price and quality ratio is also fairly balanced it may be considered as relatively affordable option of accommodation in New Belgrade.