In the old city of Belgrade’s quaint bohemian quarter, Le Petit Piaf is a pioneer of a boutique hotel. It only has 12 rooms and a handful of suites, but each is sleek, modern and offers high-speed Internet access.
The fare of about 150 Euros per night includes a hearty breakfast. This Skadarlija district is popular with tourists and surrounded by restaurants, art galleries, antique and sourvenier shops. By the way, Americans no longer need a visa when traveling for up to 90 days to Serbia and Montenegro. T: 381-11-303-5252.