Square Nine, a boutique hotel located in the city’s most charming historic quarter in Belgrade has been labelled an ‘architectural statement.’ It’s within walking distance to some of the area’s most popular sites such as Knez Mihailova Street and Kalemegdan Park.
This beautiful establishment, designed by Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld, gives you a perfect blend of elegance and cosy, at the same time.
The lobby features your usual lounge and seating area on a polished limestone floor as well as an extensive collection of books and art.
'a perfect blend of elegance and cosy, at the same time.'
Towards the rear of the lobby, you’ll find a chic and intimate bar that captivates attention with its elegant atmosphere and well-thought-out muted lighting – guaranteed to invite most guests to indulge in a nightcap or two.
This space also features a selection of classic North American and Scandinavian designer pieces, from the 1930s to the 1960s, such as vintage furniture and lighting.
'captivates attention with its elegant atmosphere and well-thought-out muted lighting...'
One of the light features that caught the attention of many was the illuminated antique globes, this made this evening space that little bit more magical.
You’ll find the hotel’s first restaurant, The Square – a fine dining room – a little to the side of the lobby, slightly elevated with a few steps to give it a sense of separation.
'the restaurant made you feel like you were in the right place to be.'
The restaurant was quite full when we visited, the number of guests you see in the lobby lounge and the restaurant made you feel like you were in the right place to be.
In the centre of this dining space was positioned an 18th-century table from the Spanish monastery.
This was a pivotal element of the dining space; it was the perfect solution to convert an oversized dining room into a flexible dining space for guests.
'the entire experience of dining here from the ambience down to the elegance always leaves you wanting more.'
The Square offers a selection of international wines and spirits that complement European cuisine.
We can agree that this restaurant provides a delicious selection of dishes, the entire experience of dining here from the ambience down to the elegance always leaves you wanting more.
'Ebisu is a Michelin-recommended restaurant located on the 7th floor.'
The Square Nine Hotel is also home to a Japanese-themed restaurant, Ebisu, named after one of the 7 Japanese Gods of luck. Ebisu is a Michelin-recommended restaurant located on the 7th floor.
The hotel has 45 spacious rooms and suites that continue with the same 1950s vibe, each room features warm Cumario Wood panelling, sound-proof French windows and elegant in-room amenities including Pratesi linens and Piana cashmere blankets, Treca Paris bedding and Turkish throw rugs.