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Dalmacia Hotel
71 Shepherds Bush Road
Hammersmith
London

W6 7LS | View map

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Our clean, family-run hotel with excellent transport connections and good value accommodation can beat any genuine offer for price and quality. All rooms have a contemporary design, they are Ensuite with european mixer taps, powerful showers, complimentary toiletries and clean quality towelsDigital TV, UK & European Electrical sockets, hairdryers, full length mirrors, room safes, thermostatically controlled heating and complimentary Tea/Coffee facilities The Bush Theatre, BBC TV Centre, Empire Shepherd's Bush, Carling Apollo, Riverside Studios and Olympia are all nearby. Our hotel is positioned on the A219, between Hammersmith and Shepherd's Bush. Free on-street parking is available at weekends. Free Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms Please note that Dalmacia Hotel is a non-smoking hotel.

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