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Continental Hotel

Continental Hotel Belgrade is a five-star hotel located in the New Belgrade area of the City of Belgrade, Serbia. The hotel was formerly part of the Inter-Continental hotel chain but recently it was removed as the owners of the hotel in Belgrade refused to renew the InterContinental name licence.


  • Employer: Generalexport
  • Location: Belgrade
  • Total cost of project: N/A
  • Years of construction: N/A - 1979
  • Category: Tourist Settlements And Hotels
  • Status: Finished
  • Area: 35.844 m²
  • Contractor: Trudbenik

Detail design:
Trudbenik, Dragisa Brasovan

Author:
Stojan Maksimovic

Designer:
Miodrag Bevenja

Structure Designer:
Radomir Mihajlovic

Installation Designer:
Branislav Djokic, BSc (mech. eng.), Dragos Petrovic, BSc (elect. eng.), Momcilo Radovanovic, BSc (civil eng.)

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2010 hotel will be flagged as Crowne Plaza Hotel Belgrade and thus once again be licensed by Inter-Continental Hotels Group.

Built on 8 floors, Continental Hotel Belgrade has 415 rooms (112 twin bedrooms, 273 queen bedrooms, 28 suites, 2 presidential suites), including 30 apartment suites. The hotel also contains Executive and Club floors. The hotel contains eight banquet and conference rooms are on the mezzanine and represent an ideal place for organizing conventions, congresses, receptions, ceremonies, banquets and fashion shows.

Continental Hotel Belgrade also has a sports and recreation centre which includes tennis courts, gym, solarium, sauna, massage, indoor swimming pool and striptees-bar.

The Hotel also offers the services of the Business Center, as well as restaurant services.

The hotel was opened 1979 under Inter-Continental umbrella with the name Hotel Beograd InterContinental. It symbolised one of the first Western hotel chains entering the market of communist Yugoslavia that was experiencing growing tourism from the West. In addition to foreign visitors, throughout the 1980s, the luxurious hotel facilities also became popular with the local politicians, celebrities, and sports figures. In December 1991, the wedding ceremony between folk music star Lepa Brena and tennis player Slobodan Živojinović was held at the hotel. In 1990, InterContinental Beograd got some competition with the luxurious Hyatt Regency Belgrade being opened across the road.

On July 6, 2006 the hotel lost its InterContinental license.

 

Brand name change

In 2007 it was renamed to Hotel Continental and then again to Continental Hotel Belgrade.

 

Source: wikipedia


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