The Old Mill Belgrade began a new chapter in its history by joining Radisson Hotel Group collection. The rebrand marks the property’s elevation to Radisson Collection that features some of the most outstanding hotels around the world. Located downtown, in close proximity to the Sava River, in the beautifully preserved, 19th Century Old Mill (Serbia’s first steam mill, and a state-protected cultural heritage monument), the hotel is an iconic property with a rich heritage.
Designed by the critically acclaimed Graft Architects, the hotel comprises 230 rooms and suites, featuring unique floor-to-ceiling wall paintings by Strauss & Hillegaart, alongside a number of premium amenities, ranging from the Radisson Collection Sleep Experience to high-speed Wi-Fi and TV streaming. As the city’s first design hotel, its industrial-chic aesthetic – a contemporary interpretation of the property’s commercial past – the property was awarded numerous international design and hotel awards.
Yilmaz Yildirimlar, Area Senior Vice President for Central and Southern Europe, said: “We are proud that Belgrade is now home to Radisson Collection. It’s one of Europe’s hidden treasures and has exceptional long-term growth potential. Together with our hotel owner SORAVIA Group, we’re seeing positive development in Belgrade’s travel demand (and across Serbia). The property’s rebranding is a well-earned salute to the great beauty and unique design of the hotel, as well as the desirability of the destination – two of the greatest characteristics that make up the Radisson Collection brand.”
“It’s a great honour to be part of these one-of-a-kind Radisson Collection properties and to introduce this new brand to the Serbian market. This rebranding represents an important step towards the future development of our hotel and we are committed to maintaining our distinctive character while providing exceptional service and building strong relationships with our guests and partners,” said Gabriela Ditetova, General Manager of Radisson Collection Hotel, Old Mill Belgrade.