Luxury 4 star hotel located in City center offering unique experience of your stay. Modernly designed 19 rooms with comfortable beddings, exquisite cuisine and our friendly and professional staff will make you wish visiting us again.
In 1921, the plot between hotel London and the corner of today's Street of Queen Natalia and Street Prince Miloš belonged to Dr. Aleksandar Cvetković, a radiologist with practice in Paris. He intended to extend the old building on the plot adding 2 floors, and then to enter his Electro-radiological clinic. According to some sources, Cvetković hired an imperial Russian architect Nikolay Krasnov who was at that time the most important constructor in Belgrade, building most important buildings for the interwar period - for example, today's Government of Serbia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Finance, King Alexander Bridge (today Brankov bridge), the building of the Manjež Theater (today the Yugoslav Drama Theater), etc. In 1922 a new project of a new and much larger building of 5 floors was created. However, for an unknown reason, Cvetković never realized this project and in 1923 he sold the building to industrialist Charles McDaniel from Vienna.
McDaniel remakes the project and encloses it to the Building Committee. This is a project of the building that was finally built in 1925. The value of construction was then 3,500,000 dinars, and probably the intended purpose was to rent apartments.
The building was nationalized and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the FNRJ has moved to the building by changing the rooms to the offices. In the following period, the state, as the owner of the building, gave way to the Cuban Embassy, to the Greek Cultural Center, to various institutions, companies and political parties.