Metropol Palace Hotel: A Starwood Luxury Collection Hotel
This magnificent fully renovated Starwood’s Luxury Collection hotel, the only one in the country of Serbia, represents an unique volume of hotel stories exploring the whole collection of exquisite hotels all over the world and their tales of glamour, adventure, intrigue and of course luxury. Some of the perfect examples are Hotel Imperial in Wienna, Hotel Danieli and The Gritti Palace Hotel in Venice, Hotel Alfonso XIII in Spain, The Chatwal in New York City and many more exquisite establishments. All of the properties espier dedication of immaculate service and comfort.
Metropol Palace, A Luxury Collection Hotel, as part of Starwood Resorts and Hotels worldwide are prestigious properties that include: Westin, Sheraton, Four Points by Sheraton, The Luxury Collection, W Hotels, St. Regis, Le Méridien, Aloft and Element, and is a living piece of Belgrade’s history for decades. Throughout the years the hotel has been like a second home to many world renowned celebrities like: Anthony Quinn, Brigit Bardot, chess master Bobby Fisher, Louis Armstrong, Elizabeth Taylor… Some of the more recent VIPs are presidents, ambassadors, company CEOs, but also celebrities like: Andrea Bocelli, Selma Hayek, Placido Domingo, Hugh Laurie also known as Dr. House, Renato Balestra, and most recent of all is Giorgos Dalaras.
Ivo Andrić Ballroom
Metropol Palace, A Luxury Collection Hotel, the only branded five star hotel in the historical center Belgrade, near Parliament and St. Mark’s Church, and within walking distance of the great pedestrian district of Knez Mihailova Street. The location of the hotel among other qualities is why it is a repeat choice for all of its esteemed guests, both business and leisure travelers.
The Best Meeting Point for luxury events. The Metropol Palace conference rooms can accommodate up to 1,000 delegates and with a highly personalized level of service, the staff will assure that every moment is a unique one. The most representative hall is certainly the Ivo Andric Ballroom, designed to reinvent a bygone look with modern colors, can be divided into two smaller areas and is the biggest ballroom in Belgrade.
Dositej conference venue and Roof Top Bar, which are currently under construction, will be the biggest conference venue and the most luxurious bar in the city.