The 5* Cham Palace is the most luxurious and most expensive hotel in Damascus. From the crystal chandeliers in the lobby to the marble fittings in the bathrooms, it is built to high international standards. It has two expensive bars, five restaurants and 400 modern, airconditioned rooms with satellite TV. The service is, however, not quite up to the same standard: more like 2 or 3 *.
Room rates range from $155 for the cheapest single room to $1,320 per night for a diplomatic suite. If I had to pay for myself, I'm not sure that I'd think it was worth the high price, but as I stayed here twice for free, courtesy of my employer, I can't complain.
Directions: In the modern city centre, near Saahat Yousef al-Azmeh
Stay there for one night. Rooms were correct but really nothing special.
Queen size bed, well filled minibar, airco/heater, TV sat, ... usual amenities but really plain furniture and services !
Pay 89 USD for bed only.
You should avoid the food there, it is bad and very expensive. Breaksfast @ 12 USD !!!!
Nothing fresh there !
Unique Quality: none
Though we had only a bed with no meals , we were close to a number of eating places where breakfast and other meals could be found.
Rooms have no safe deposit boxes, but valuables can be deposited at Reception. The hotel has a number of restaurants - Chinese, Japanese and a revolving restaurant. There are also restaurants which serve snacks [Cafe Bresil, Il Patio etc.]
Unique Quality: Value for money.
A tax of 11% is charged in addition to normal room rate.
Shukri Al Quatli Street, PO Box 6311, Damascus
72 Qishleh Street - Bab Touma, next to Syriac Orthodox Church, Damascus
116 Tal Elhijara Str., Damascus
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Address: Maysaloun St. | P.O. Box 7570, Damascus, Syria