Hyatt Regency Belgrade

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Hyatt Regency Belgrade
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Location within Belgrade
Hotel chain Hyatt Regency
General information
Location New Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia
AddressMilentija Popovića Street 5
Coordinates 44°48′47″N20°26′04″E / 44.81306°N 20.43444°E / 44.81306; 20.43444 Coordinates: 44°48′47″N20°26′04″E / 44.81306°N 20.43444°E / 44.81306; 20.43444
Opening1 August 1990;30 years ago (1990-08-01)
Owner Hyatt
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Number of rooms302
Number of suites39
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Hyatt Regency Belgrade

Hyatt Regency Belgrade is a modern 5-star hotel located in New Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia. It is part of international hotel group Hyatt Regency.

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Located across the street from Ušće Tower and Ušće Shopping Center, it is close to both the city centre and Sava Center, and fifteen minutes from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport.

History

Hyatt Regency Belgrade was established on August 1990, by the international hotel group Hyatt.

It’s a 5 star hotel; ranked as the most luxurious hotel in the country, with an excellent reputation.

Hyatt Regency Belgrade is well known for it’s quality, being a hotel that accommodates senior visitors like diplomatics, political figures, actors, etc.

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