Eye-catching contemporary style with historic roots, in central Belgrade
Saint Ten offers heavenly comfort among the stately boulevards and sweeping views of Vracar neighbourhood, Belgrade. Built in 1929 by famous architect Stojan Vejkovic, this landmark building swirled with political intrigue during the cold war. Today, its historic façade merges seamlessly with a more contemporary side, as a luxury boutique hotel.
Step inside to uncover Saint Ten’s secrets. From the lobby to the guest accommodation, bold lines and warm, naturally-inspired colours set a soothing scene. Every room and suite provides all you need to work or unwind, from a desk and coffee machine to hand-selected furnishings. Take the relaxation further with a massage in the spa – there’s a whole menu to choose from. Or venture down to Sanctus Restaurant for freshly prepared, locally sourced food with a Mediterranean focus.Read more[SPLIT]Read less
Outside, the sights and sounds of Belgrade are within easy reach. Explore bustling Vracar, which despite being one of the city’s busiest neighbourhoods, has one of the most peaceful atmospheres. Explore Saint Sava – the biggest Orthodox temple in the Balkans. Stroll through Karadordev Park. Or simply soak up the atmosphere and people watch from a café. You’ll soon feel at home in the city – especially when you have the comfort, calm and chic style of Saint Ten to return to.
Enjoy your stay!