Hotel "Moskva" is located at point zero of the city, on the Terazije square, core of Belgrade`s downtown, at the beginning of pedestrian zone, in the vicinity of Republic square. Its location on top of Terazijska Terasa provides a wonderful skyline view of Novi Beograd, across the Sava river.

It was inaugurated by King Petar I Karadjordjevic himself in 1908. During World War II (in the spring of 1941), gestapo moved in and transformed hotel into their headquater. In the post World War II period, the hotel went right back to being the cultural elite's favourite gathering spot. Now completely renovated, hotel represents combination of traditional and modern style.

Hotel “Moskva“ is rated as a four star hotel. In addition to luxurious rooms and suites, the iconic cafe and restaurant, it also includes a ballroom, conference halls and a new spa centre. It is the only hotel in Belgrade that has no room or an apartment number 13. All the rooms are equipped with stylish furniture, a mini bar, a cable TV, and free wireless Internet.

With deep respect for its over a century long tradition and value - the renovated hotel “Moskva“ meets the highest modern hospitality standards.