Our hotels are coming to Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Slovenia for the first time.
Always on the lookout for attractive new destinations, AccorHotels is increasing its presence in Eastern Europe. The Group has a record number of 42 hotels to open in 9 countries! You are sure to be enchanted by a trip to the green valleys of the Julian Alps or a romantic stroll along the banks of the Miljacka. Hesitating about the destination? Start by choosing your bed in one of our 4 new hotels.
Discovering the white city of Belgrade
The Mercure Belgrade Excelsior has recently opened its doors in the Serbian capital. Situated in the heart of the town centre, it is the best starting place to explore one of the oldest cities in Europe. The cobbled streets in the Bohemain quarter of Skardarlija, the pavement cafes and boutiques of Knez Mihailova street and the old stone fortress steeped in the history of Belgrade will no longer hold any secrets for you.
The hotel welcomes you to its 73 neoclassic style rooms and suites. Their decor reflects all the spirit and tradition of the old Belgrade and their king size beds are waiting just for you! Take a rest in your suite while enjoying the panoramic view over some of the most beautiful tourist sites in Belgrade such as the Parliament, the city hall or the Pionirski park.
A unique blend of cultures in Sarajevo
In Bosnia-Herzegovina the Novotel Sarajevo Bristol is situated right in the heart of the cosmopolitan capital. Close to the financial district and the old town, you will be eager to climb aboard one of its colourful trams and go off to explore the fragrant streets. In the evening you can relax on the hotel terrace overlooking the town. To put you back on your feet after a busy day, pass by the indoor pool of the fitness room and then make your way to one of the 186 extra large rooms to sleep like a log!
The world’s oldest vine in Maribor
January 2018 will see the arrival of Mercure and ibis Styles in Slovenia with the opening of the Mercure Maribor City Center and ibis Styles Maribor City Center. The town is the starting point for climbing the Pohorje, the nearest mountain range. If you prefer to stay away from the clouds, get on your bike for a ride along the Drava River or in the historic centre. While there you will discover the oldest grapevine in the world! European capital of culture in 2012, Maribor has several surprises up its sleeve to enchant you. If you wish to stay there, our two new hotels will be delighted to welcome you to their 76 and 71 rooms.