DALMA is a one bedroom apartment on the third floor of a building that hasn't got an elevator. It is located in the greater city center area and can sleep up to four people.
DALMA is an unusual accommodation capacity which may be deemed interesting to those who know their way around Belgrade and travel on a limited budget. The apartment’s floor area of just a bit over forty square meters has been neatly organised into four separate rooms. The first of them is a lovely foyer which connects all other areas of the apartment and also happens to have a charming kitchenette with a breakfast bar. The second in line is the living room: devoid of excess furniture, it has a fold out couch that can the turned into a double bed and another breakfast bar. The third is the bedroom, snuggled into the sloping side of the roof, and furnished with a double bed and a wardrobe. The last, and the most surprising is the incredibly bright bathroom. It packs a cute corner bathtub and a washer inside which is somewhat unpractical for those who need a quick shower , but rather convenient for those who seek an extended stay. The interior design of this apartment is minimalist and rather appealing in its combination of shapes and materials. The snow white, crimson, black and wenge color palette permeates the apartment, which combined with the opulence of daylight that comes in makes it rather unique. Tall ceilings and the sheer simplicity of its decorative details make it feel rather airy, and owing to the fact that its facing the backyard it is also pleasantly quiet.
In administrative terms, DALMA is not the very heart of Belgrade, but practically speaking you get to it in no time. A very busy tram and bus stop in Kraljice Marije Street is less than 200 meters away from the apartment, whereas the trolleybuses stop a bit further away in Cvijićeva thoroughfare. Both take less than 7 minutes to get you to the very heart of the city. The neighbourhood boasts one the greatest culinary tourist attraction, the notorious Lorenzo& Kakalamba restaurant. The neighbourhood is a series of intersections of one way streets, which are incredibly difficult for on street parking, so DALMA is definitely not one of the apartments we would recommend to those who travel by car.