Belgrade's first world-class luxury hotel, Square Nine, blends international lifestyle and local hospitality with sophisticated design and an elegant, modern atmosphere. Set in the city's most attractive historic district, Square Nine is a showcase of polished interiors, attention to detail, and impeccable service. Rooms are classic and modern, and offer views of the inner courtyard and piazzetta. Guests may dine at The Square Restaurant for modern European cuisine, or at Ebisu Restaurant, for authentic Japanese delicacies. The Square Nine Spa and Wellness center offers spa treatments, a lap pool, Japanese Ofuro tub, steam room, and sauna.
Overlooking the interior courtyard and dining room terrace, Square Nine’s superior guest rooms offer limestone bathrooms with rain shower and separate tub, king size beds, flat screen TV, and built in cumaru wood executive work desk.
The hotel’s corner rooms offer large limestone bathrooms, separate bath and rain shower, twin beds, hand-woven Turkish throw rugs, a cumaru wood executive work desk, flat screen TV, Hans Wagner chairs, and look over the interior courtyard and dining terrace.
Impeccable service, elegant atmosphere, and a selection of international fine wines and spirits compliment Square Nine’s expertly rendered contemporary continental cuisine. The hotel produces its own in-house, honey and other gourmet products including organic wine from its partner vineyard. A study in modern chic, the Isay Weinfeld designed dining room accommodates 60 and 80 guests, for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with an al fresco courtyard open according to season. Both spaces may be reserved for private events.
Named for Japan's god of fishermen, the stylish rooftop Ebisu, offers an elegant terrace overlooking Belgrade's most charming historic neighbourhood and authentic Japanese cuisine by our team of chefs. Sourcing high quality ingredients from Japanese markets across Europe, our team selects only the finest sushi grade fish, Pacific Tuna and Adriatic Sea bass, to Norwegian Salmon, which is brought in fresh, twice a week.