No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsDalmacia Hotel London
Very helpful staff, breakfasts were great, busy location, room quite small, handy to public transport and fairly close to airport
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Dalmacia Hotel London
Travel Blogs from London
- Arrive at Heathrow 3.30pm GMT.
- Shuttle arranged to door of Dalmacia Hotel, Shepherds Bush Road, Fulham/Hammersmith. (4 nights)
- Recover from jet-lag.
- Met up with cousin, Helen Booth, who walked us around her favourite London haunts.
- 17/5 Visited the Tower of London to learn of the barbaric atrocities …
... I told him I hadn't seen Lion King. He said, had I told him earlier (and this is not something you withhold from people apparently) he would have taken me.
After being told that beauty was behind my eyes, we parted ways and I went back to my friends place.
Hopefully there will be another catchup soon!
... and just as expensive when one is found, having to hike to your destination from your car or catch a taxi as you parked too far away, constant queues, taxi drivers who have no sense of danger and drive as if their eyes are closed, double decker buses that are driven as if they’re Minis...is it really worth it?
3. DO NOT: Do anything 'touristy’ on the weekend.
If your plans are within walking distance and don’t include ...
... yet and it was only 9:30 so had the whole day yet.
I changed and grabbed a map....and basically walked out the front door...hmmm where to dabble....me gut seems to be sending me in the right direction lately so I must listen....as I was watching the news (BBC of course) for a lil bit the previous eve and yesterday I had thought about going to check out Stonehenge before hitting London. At the last minute I decided not to and to head to ...
... that seemed as big as the sea. I've endured freezing cold lakes and scalding hot volcanic springs. I could go on and on for pages about all the incredible things I have experienced! I've also been vomited on, peed on, shared a room with some epic snorers and met some very interesting characters. There have been times that I felt homesick and I had to say a lot of emotional farewells along the way. One of the great things about travelling is you get to meet so many ...