Hostel Bed&Breakfast 360°

Business Hour
10AM – 6PM

Business Hour
+381 11 2634 957

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Knez Mihailova 21, Belgrade, Serbia

a little about..


Apartments 360º is a family owned property. We started from hosting couchsurfers at our home to making it a hostel of our own. Later we started to open apartments and this resulted in Apartments 360º. Even now, however, when Threesixty is well established and renowned Belgrade accomodation, we consider our guest to be our home guest. That may be the reason why they often compare Threesixty to home. To feel at home wherever you might be  – isn’t that what it’s all about?



Payment Policy

This defines the policy for prepayment/deposit requirements. 

All payments are made at the reception. No deposit will be charged upon reservation – credit card details are taken only as a guarantee.

Cancellation Policy

This policy defines how to handle cancellations

If cancelled up to 2 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.If cancelled later, the first night will be charged.In case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged.


 This describes what type of internet is available, in which location in the hotel and at what cost.

 Wi-fi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.

Meal Plan

This policy defines the breakfast and meal plan.

Meals at nearby public restaurant upon special request. Not included in the room price.


This specifies if parking is available at the hotel, if it is on the street or in a (secure) parking garage and what the costs are.

Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 20 per day.


This policy defines if pets are allowed or not.

Pets are allowed upon request. No extra charges.


Couple of words who we are
  • Skile is the main receptionist. He is also a writer, a playwright, an interpreter, a firemen and couple of other things. But first and foremost, he is a Falun Dafa practitioner. He is always willing to teach his guests exercises of Falun Dafa and share his experience on how he found the Way. Truly valuable things cannot be lost or used up once they are shared with others - quite the contrary. That's his motto.
  • Duska is the main shareholder. She is actually a lawyer, but lately she prefers to sit at the reception and chat with people, rather than bust her head with laws and regulations. She makes us run this business in a legitimate way, however and that's good to some point. She likes traveling, trekking and cake-making. If you get lucky, maybe you'll taste one of her apple pies or a cheesecake.
  • Jug is a student of archaeology, something that can't really make your living. He also plays piano and has plans to become a classical music composer. That may not sound like a carrier opportunity too, but reception will always be there for him. Apart from Chopin, Scriabin, Rahmaninov and the rest of the folks, he likes graves, discipline and Germany. Apart from English he speaks perfect German.
  • Sara is a student of ??? (not yet discovered) But she plans to win an Oscar, that's for sure, as she's a big movie fan. She likes Jarmush, Truffault, Forman and Kubrick movies most. So if you happen to stuble upon a receptionist here watching a movie, that's her. Not to forget she's a GREAT Monty Python's fan. She actually had her English lessons watching Pythons and growing with the guys. That's the reason many guys from UK judge her English to be almost perfect.
  • Bojana is a person with a big heart and great hunger to meet new people so she never gets bored by guests. Not only that she'll make you company in the hostel, but she'll also guide you around the city and show you threesixty clubbing in Belgrade. Finaly she will help you get sober. She's a student of management and a fan of Spanish culture and language so apart from English speaks perfect Spanish.


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Hostel aternatives are getting more and more popular – why? 

First, it’s the cost. A hotel at similar micro location can costs 2-4 times more. In case of a family, accomodation savings can earn you another trip, or at least leasure of your own choice.

But what about the comfort, do we get the same level of comfort as in hotel?

 Actually, you get higher. While average double room in a 4 star hotel is not more than 10 square meters, typical 4 bed apartment is 40 square meter, and that’s at least double in space. What’s more, good apartment has fully equiped kitchen, while hotels don’t.

What if I need help to get around the city? Or if I have questions? 

Just like in a hotel, ask at the reception. Most of the apartment rentiers do not have reception office, but some do, so choose wisely. 24 hours reception will also provide easy in or check out without extra cost.