The 4-star Boutique Hotel Museum has opened at 4 Cika Ljubina Street in Belgrade. In addition to 50 accommodation units, it also features a meeting hall, the Pavo restaurant, the Artem cafe and a fitness center.
The hotel's exterior and interior follows the building's architectural history. The new part of the face has been redesigned in the neomodern style, whereas the old part, protected by the state, has been restored.
The hotel's interior features carefully selected handmade Italian furniture, matching the form and the design and honoring the cultural heritage of the building. The interior is covered in milky white marble, whereas the walls feature rustic patterns and oak paneling, creating an eclectic style which balances between comfort and luxury.
Hotel Museum offers 50 well lit, modern rooms and apartments with oak wall paneling, providing a sense of warmth. The rooms feature air conditioning control, free WI-FI (50/50), damask sheets, hypnos beds, a laptop-sized safe, a LED TV set with a large number of channels, a coffee and tea set and a mini bar. The bathrooms are covered in finest ceramic tiles with ornaments in the shape of the Pirot pattern, stylized to match the hotel's design.
The first floor features conference halls and a recreation and relaxation complex, which entails a sauna, a fitness center with top quality cardio machines and a special massage and treatment area.