Hill Hotel is located in Jagodina, a town in central Serbia in the county of Pomoravlje, about 135 km south of Belgrade airport and 100 km north of the airport in Nis. You can get there fast and easily by international highway E-75 and international railway which links Medium and Central Europe to Southern Europe and Asia.

Pleasant climate enables consummation of different contents throughout the whole year – from spending the summer in the Aqua Park, using the nearby sports fields and trim tracks, to fishing and hunting, which is very developed in this area.

The city and its surroundings are rich in cultural and sports contents. In the city itself, in the Museum of Naive and Marginal Arts there is, based on many criteria, one of the most significant collections of naive art in the world.

There are beautiful monasteries in the vicinity, which belong to Morava School. The guests of the hotel can visit the monasteries Ravanica, Manasija, Kalenic, Josanica and others. What should also be mentioned is Resava cave, famous for its beauty. It is the first Serbian tourist cave that became a member of the International Association of Tourist Caves.

Rich history and tradition are well incorporated into modern tourist offer of the city, best known for the Aqua Park, the Zoo and the Wax Museum, which are situated at the outskirts of the very well arranged park. The park takes up the area of 5ha, and due to its numerous evergreen and deciduous trees, it is categorized as natural monument and is under state protection.

HillHotel borders on the Aqua Park, the complex of seven swimming pools, out of which one is olympic, extreme water slides, water castle for children, and other attractive amenities. On the other side of the hotel there is the aforementioned park that, aside from the shade and peace of the old trees, also offers cultural contents at the summer stage.