- Reviews: 633
Zain Palace: Nice central hotel
With its central location, Zain Palace is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in Aleppo.All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts<br/>Check-in time: 07:00<br/>Check-out time: 13:00<br/>Zain Palace Hotel facilities<br/><br/> Business center<br/> Restaurant<br/> Shops<br/> Laundry service<br/> Bar<br/> Sauna<br/> Meeting facilities<br/> Elevator<br/> 24hr room service<br/> Internet Access<br/> Room Service<br/> Disabled facilities<br/> Garden<br/> Swimming Pool<br/> Gym / Fitness Centre<br/> Concierge<br/> Tours<br/> Massage<br/> Hotel/airport transfer<br/> Car parking<br/> Jacuzzi<br/> Babysitting<br/> Indoor pool<br/> Wi-Fi Available<br/> Nightclub<br/><br/>Zain Palace Hotel rooms facilities<br/><br/> Hairdryer<br/> Safe<br/> TV<br/> Shower<br/> Non-smoking rooms<br/> Separate shower and tub<br/> Air conditioning<br/> Mini bar<br/> Desk<br/> Bathtub<br/> Daily newspaper<br/> In-room safe<br/> Balcony/terrace<br/> Bathrobes<br/> Inhouse movies<br/> Refrigerator
.Each guestroom is tastefully appointed with non smoking rooms, air conditioning, bathrobes, daily newspaper, inhouse movies, desk, hair dryer.Hotel facilities offered at this Aleppo accommodation include 24hr room service, shops, executive floor, elevator, coffee shop, bar/pub, laundry service/dry cleaning, meeting facilities.In addition, the hotel's guests can enjoy the leisure and sports facilities provided on the premises: massage, indoor pool, jacuzzi, gym, sauna.Being one of the good quality hotels in Aleppo
- Reviews: 1
Hotel Zahrat Al- Rabie (spring flower): Hotel Zahrat Al- Rabie blues
I would not recommend this hotel because I had arranged a reservation with price via email and this was not honored. <br/><br/> When I arrived the manager was not present but another hotel rep who originally quoted me a different price upon arrival, agreed to the original amount I arranged with the manager, . Around midnight, the manager knocked on my door and stated he would not honor this agreement even when I offered to show him the email. <br/> For 5 minutes, he rambled on about pricing and family problems, totally irrelevant to the issue. At the end, he stated that email agreements between himself and perspective customers cannot be honored. He will only honor web company agreements (hotels.com, etc). I stayed one night and then checked out. This was totally unprofessional and reflected lack of business insight.
- Reviews: 1
Tourist Hotel: Aleppo's Hotels to Avoid
Please avoid going to the Tourist Hotel. This is a clean hotel in a small back street. However, the staff are totally unreliable & cannot be trusted. I phoned the hotel & made a reservation several days prior to my arrival. I was asked for my name & nationality which I duly gave. I arrived at midday of the agreed date only to be told that they have no record of my reservation & that there are no vacant rooms! Obviously, then, since they cannot honour telephone reservations they are not to be trusted. It is a waste of time making a reservation by phone as they could deny such a reservation was ever made, as they did with me. <br/>In previous years I have stayed in the Tourist Hotel but the atmosphere was particularly cold. A better option would be the Al-Gawaher Hotel, run by the friendly Ahmad.
- Reviews: 403
Al Kendi Hotel: Al Kendi Hotel
This place is quite possibly the best value hotel I have and ever will stay in. For a total of 6euro I got an en-suite room with air-conditioning complete with satelite TV and fridge. It was a 3 min walk from the station for Hatay/Antakya dolmuses.
- Reviews: 1
Mansouriya Palace Hotel: Best Boutique Hotel in Aleppo
My wife and I spent two nights in May at the Mansouriyeh Palace. What a place! We celebrated our anniversary, having a wonderful meal in the courtyard with friends and family.<br/>Our Hittite Suite was amazing and we truly enjoyed the marble Hittite bathroom. We loved this suite as it was something out of this world. We, also, had the chance to visit other suites: The Iznik, the Ottoman, the Byzantine, the Bedouin ... truly a lesson in history, civilisation and taste.
A stunning grand house which was restored to its original glory. The use of beautiful materials such as damask silk, mother-of-pearl and walnut wood furniture, laminated glass lantern, the large Jacuzzi and the Turkish steam bath with its exquisite tile work.<br/>The staff is really helpful and professional - there is almost one member of staff for every guest.
- Reviews: 3
Hotel: Aleppo's newbie hotel in town
I am presently in Aleppo's very new hotel CORAL JULIA DUMNA over a week which is close to the great mosque and bazaars. Very safe area for my teenage daughter and myself a woman. The service is very good .About US 60 up+ huge breakfast .Rooms are with AC ,good bathrooms ,fridge ,tv .Easy to move about and close to Cettadel. Food is good .The evening buffets are about SL 600 inclusive soft drinks and coffees.The staff is very friendly ,considerate and truly helpful.Speaks perfect English. You feel very relaxed.
- Reviews: 4649
Mansouriya Palace: Aleppo's Best Hotel
Splendid enough to be a museum, the Mansouriya Palace is a grand 16th century Arab mansion turned into a hotel. It is located a stone throw away from Bab Qinnesrin, a short walk south of the heart of the Aleppo souks. After a meticulous seven-year restoration project by a Swiss company, the hotel opened its doors around 2002. It contains nine beautiful suites, each themed after an ancient civilisation associated with Aleppo. The common areas are stunning and include a domed lounge and dining room with original wood pannelling and marble floors, a large courtyard with a central fountain, and a cavernous basement bar and breakfast room. The hotel also comes with a hammam (Arab bath) and a chef for a delicious Aleppine breakfast, and other meals if you choose to eat at the hotel. Mansouriya Palace is undoubtedly the best hotel in Aleppo. Its service is 5-star and its amenities are top quality (wireless internet, flat screen TVs, etc.). This is a unique place to stay and is far superior to other boutique hotels in Aleppo. No doubt, all this luxury comes at a high price, making this hotel perhaps also the most expensive in the city.
- Reviews: 1390
Spring Flower Hostel: Hostel in Busy Aleppo
<br/>It took us hours - and that is no exageration ! Hours to find this hostel, when we got there we realised that we had walked past the road it was on various times!<br/>Luckily for us, standing on a street corner looking tired and lost with our LP guide a kind Danish backpacker helped us out and pointed us in the right direction ! He was staying there too, and told us that they had room a little while before when he left!<br/>
<br/>And they still had rooms when we arrived!<br/>Our room was big as it was a triple room (all they had left), and the walls were exposed brick with a fan and a small bathroom.<br/><br/>It was located on a busy street with cafes and shops all around.<br/><br/>Upstairs on the rooftop there was a bar where you could buy a Syrian Cola or a Beer and look out across the rooftops of the city.<br/>
- Reviews: 2
Tourist Hotel: The best budget option
This hotel is exactly across the famous Zahret Al-Rabie backpacker hostel. In November 2006, I payed SP 400 for single occupancy in a double-bed room. The room and bathroom were perfectly clean, and the hotel was silent, with very polite and kind staff. My room had central heating, air-condition, toilet paper, towel, 24-hours hot water, and a soap. There was also a night lamp, wardrobe and balcony. My first and the best accommodation in Syria. They keep your passport until you leave. As far as I know, there is no lockout, you can enter and leave anytime. They don't push you with trip offers etc.
Silence, staff politeness, hygiene, low price...
- Reviews: 42
Spring Flower Hostel: The hostel you dream of
The hostel you dream of, is the way this hostel advertises itself! The place is very warm & personal. It's an old arabic house. The rooms are very modest & basic. But mainly clean. The staff is very friendly. And you'll have a very enjoyable experience over-all. It's a great sensation when you're dozing off to sleep ... staring at a wall that was built some 100 years ago!!!!
Super Clean<br/>Super Cheap
- Reviews: 5
al-Gawaher Hotel: A good Cheap Hotel
I never stayed there,but I know the place well. Because many of my guests stayed there.<br/><br/>it's the best choice if you are looking for a non expensive clean and nice room. <br/>There are rooms with balconies,Air condition, a drawer for your clothes.
Actually the hotel recieves also arabs and local passengers but they will give you a room in the second floor where forigns stay usually.And you'll like the looby between rooms where at any time you can sit in and enjoy a coffe or tea and conversation with other travellers in the same hotel.<br/>1- they serve free tea and Nescafe 24/7 2- Laundry at the same prices 3-exchanging money ,with good rates(usually better than official offices) 4- booking tickets buses or trains<br/>5- they run trips under request and they have special plans for touring the area.<br/>they charge 400 s.p for a single room and 800 s.p for a double. and the breakfast is 100 s.p per person
- Reviews: 275
Tourath House Hotel: great hotel in Aleppo
c) Aleppo: Tourath House Hotel.<br/> Fantastic! Delightful, helpful staff. Exotic decor. Delicious food. Good rooms with interesting ceilings. There' a bar in one of the hotel's caves! When I wanted to buy a good quality Syrian drum, the manager sent one of the porters with me as an interpreter etc.<br/>Also, a birthday cake was made on my wife's birthday.
- Reviews: 299
Diwan Ramsy Hotel: Stay in a 15th-century home
Like Beit Wakil, Diwan Ramsy was recently converted into a boutique hotel. The building is from the 15th century, with the rooms being a blend of the old and the new. It is in the Christian quarter, not far from Aleppo's main attractions.
- Reviews: 650
Ambassador Hotel: Inexpensive and pretty good location.
If inexpensive is what you want, then you can get it here. I spent $17 a night to crash at this joint - which is about all it's good for. The only annoyance was this phone kept ringing VERY loudly at some points and disturbing me. Besides that thought it wasn't that bad at all. The room had a television, refrigerator, shower, and toilet. So for the price, it'd be hard to beat.<br/><br/>It also seemed all the people staying there were Arabs. I didn't see any westerners there.
- Reviews: 35
Spring Flower Hostel: backpackers and others
Spring Flower, Zahert Al-Rabih in arabic. <br/>I payed 300 SP (6 USD approx.) for double room with bathroom, where I stayed alone. it's a nice place in old house. it's clean, I had good heating in the room (in December). <br/>area, where the hostel is situated is called Al Faraj. <br/>my friend gave me the address of the hostel. Also, he told me that there is some other "Spring Flower" in the same area and that this one is better and that I have to look for the Usama Akkad's "Spring Flower". I mean that the name of the owner of the hostel is Usama Akkad :) <br/>well, maybe this information will help you to find the place and not to mix it with another hostel with the same name.<br/>anyway, the place is good. ppl there are helpful. internet there is avalable for 100 SP per hour (which is actually bit expensive.. but still..)<br/>the place is near to Aleppo National Museum (few steps only) and also you near to Citadel of Aleppo (10-15 minutes walk or something).. also it's near to Karnak Station.
not shared bathroom!
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