Belgrade’s Hostel Le Jardin is a 20 minute walk from the city centre. A range of restaurants, shops, bars and cafes can be visited there. Bicycles can be rented on site.
All rooms are spacious and simply decorated. Air conditioning, shared bathroom facilities and wood flooring are further features of Hostel Le Jardin’s rooms. Several have a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Others have lockers and small stools.
A fully-furnished shared kitchen and lounge area can be used by all guests. A Sony Playstation games console and a PC are available in the lounge area. Local calls can be made free of charge from Hostel Le Jardin’s reception desk.
The property has a terrace and barbecue facilities and laundry services are available upon request. Wi-Fi and private parking are available on site free of charge.
Guests arriving by public transportation should get off at the bus/tram stop at the Belgrade Drama Theatre, and then walk back approximately 100 metres and turn left (second left from the bus stop) and then continue 50 metres to reach the hostel.
You must pay for your stay at check-in and also put a 10 deposit for
keys, sheets and towels,
respecting house rules and
checking out on before 12am of the day of your departure.
Reception: 24 hours a day
Quiet hours: 2 pm to 5pm; 11pm to 7am.
Respect other guests and treat them the way you would like to be treated by them.
Please do not damage or remove any of the installations and inventory.
Please leave your room key at reception if youre away.
Store your valuables in the safety deposit box at Reception desk. We are not liable for any theft, loss and/or damage of personal belongings elsewhere in the hostel.
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