The building of the Hotel Moscow was the biggest one in private possession in the Serbian Kingdom . Back then the building was named Rosija Palace. A hundred meters from it, on Terazije, was the King’s castle.
The King himself opened the Palace
On 16th of January 1908 Rosija Palace – nowadays Hotel Moscow, was opened by the King Petar I Karadjordjevic, with the orchestra.
In Rosija Palace there was a hotel, café, restaurant, flats to rent and offices of Belgrade branch of Insurance company Rosija
Under the state protection
The Hotel Moscow was built in the style of Russian secession, with skillfully combined elements of Greek antiquity. In the 20th century, Hotel Moscow became the most famous catering facility in Belgrade. In mid 20th century it was declared a monument of culture under the state protection.
In line with modern trends
Hotel Moscow outlived numerous generations of trends and fashions. Without stopping to cultivate tradition and the beauty of ancient times – nowadays this Hotel is equipped in line with modern trends of the world hotel management.