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Crowne Plaza Belgrade, Republic of Serbia

Architect: Stojan Maksimović, Belgrad

The Crowne Plaza Belgrade is a 4-star hotel at the city's centre. The 10-storey building accom­mo­dates 387 bedrooms, 29 suites, 14 con­ference rooms, a spa area with pool, bars, lounges, restau­rants and a ballroom. The hotel is cons­idered as Belgrade's largest one with regard to capacity.
It was opened in 1979 under the name Hotel Beo­grad Inter­Con­ti­nental. Inter­Con­ti­nental was one of the first Western hotel chains in the Yugo­slavian market at a time when tou­rism from Western coun­tries was about to grow.
In 2012 the hotel was closed to undergo tho­rough renova­tion. Not only was the inte­rior newly desi­gned, but also the exten­sive glass facade was renewed. The 30 year old glass panels were replaced by a glass facade with signi­fi­cantly improved energetic cha­racte­ristics. Due to the fact that the building is heri­tage-pro­tected, the triple glass panels were desi­gned to match the old ones in colour and shape.

The hotel's solemn reo­pe­ning as Crowne Plaza, one of the brands of the Inter­Con­ti­nental Group, was in January 2014.

Language: English
Impressionen von der Bau 2019
Impressionen von der Bau 2019