Although the hotel is built in a much older style - the refurbishment from military barracks dates from 2006. However, it all looks impressive wherever you go from reception to the terrace. The staff generally spoke good English, and were exceptionally helpful which was a great bonus as we were on a mission to find out about life in Novi Sad in the 1920s and thirties. The room was not huge, but the bed was, and the facilities were fine - wi-fi, phone, tv, bathroom with shower, and jacuzzi features. The room was hot. The central heating had been replaced with a/c and an additional electric oil radiator, but was fine. Generally the food was good, with huge portions. Our first evening meal was a bit of a shock as we adjusted to local cooking styles, We learned to ask more questions thereafter: it was our fault rather than the hotel's. Parking was convenient and camera monitored 24 hours a day. Facilities around the hotel were also fine with museums, tunnel visits etc, other restaurants, tourist style shops etc and the general cache of a huge hilltop fortress dating to the 1700s. The location gives a fine view over the river and the town, and also means that there is a 15 min walk to and from the city centre. It's ok if you're fit or have transport, but this has to be considered. There are taxi services to and from the hotel. I would not hesitate to recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a city break.