Probably the single most famous hotel in Belgrade and a popular meeting place sitting right on Terazije square. Back in the day of its construction, the building was one of the largest privately owned buildings in Serbia and was known as “Palace Rosia”.
It had been constructed for the needs of Rosia Insurance Society in Belgrade and king Peter Karadjordjevic I himself opened the palace to the public, along with its restaurant called ‘Moscow’. The building then consisted of a restaurant, a tavern, apartments that were rented as residential and office space and the office of the insurance company Rosia itself. Today it is one of the landmarks of Belgrade, easily recognizable and famous as a place of luxury and indulgence.