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Beit Salahieh Hotel

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Reviewed 9 January 2015

I stayed here in December 2007 on a 10 day tour with the travel company Voyages Jules Verne. The rainy season was upon us, so there were very few tourists like us. I loved the fact we had to get off the bus then walk about 300 yards down ever narrowing alleyways, until we suddenly reached a 90 degree corner,...

6Thank Chris W
Dallas, Texas
Reviewed 24 December 2012

I stayed here a number of years ago with my family.The hotel is quite grand.The service and the people were terrific.As an American I was most welcome and everyone treated me with kindness and respect.We had dinner on the roof and the food was quite good.I think there were a lot of secret police around but were there to make...

1Thank Irontree6
Reviewed 8 September 2012

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jinxsi/6130589810/ Easily the best hotel we stayed in during a 10 day tour of Syria and Lebanon in 2010. The rooms were fabulous, the staff were totally fabulous, the food was different and delightful, the location is perfect. The citadel lit up at night from the back of the hotel makes a fab view. I want to go back there.

1Thank jinxsi
Reviewed 3 October 2011

The best hotel we stayed in during a 3 week tour of Jordan and Syria. Not only did they have the best beds, the rooms were very comfortable, beautifully furnished and almost everything worked (the shower was a bit iffy but the bath was great). Lovely friendly staff, good food, well situated the only hotel we would return to out...

2Thank Hemlock100
Abbotsford, Canada
Reviewed 13 May 2011

A truly magical place to stay , lots of atmosphere superbly decorated, excellent attention to detail. Wonderful staff , roof top diniing and bar and close to Citadel and the Souk. Book it , you can not miss it.

2Thank Monck
Reviewed 11 May 2011

The Beit Salahieh Hotel is an architectural gem. There are courtyards, many staircases, arches, vaults - an incredible space just waiting to be discovered. Each room is completely unique, and ours was very charming. High ceilings with natural stone, and a comfortable large bed. The location is excellent - just steps away from the Citadel and very close to the...

2Thank redorangex
Reviewed 4 May 2011

We spent four nights at Beit Salahieh in March and throughly enjoyed the hotel and the city of Aleppo. It is a charming renovation in a lovely area of town. The whole place is full of gorgeous vistas and corners, very romantic. The rooms are individually decorated and extremely tasteful with lovely bathrooms. We found the staff helpful and I...

3Thank anthropology
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Reviewed 3 May 2011

Just around the corner from the Citadel of Aleppo, this is a refined and comfortable hotel. The path is well marked with gold toned signs posted at each turn from the main street. The lobby, the rooms and the public spaces are beautifully appointed in Damascene silk with the obvious eye of a sophisticated decorator. We were greeted by a...

1Thank 724Bookie
Owl's Head, Maine
Reviewed 16 April 2011

We walked through crooked alleyways, passing a few small shops, meeting school children and veiled mothers and suddenly saw a golden door, open with welcome. On check-in, one sits drinking blackberry juice --very civilized. The guest salons are out of Arabian Nights with cozy banquettes covered with gorgeous silk cushions and the rooms are equally lush. there are plenty of...

1Thank efghij
Berwick-upon-Tweed, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 April 2011

Superb hotel in perfect location offering warm welcome, comfortable rooms with all mod cons, space to find a secluded corner and gaze at The Citadel and excellent dining facilities. Best beds in the country! Cannot recommend Beit Salaheih more to all travellers and wish we could have stayed more than two nights to enjoy the surroundings and service. Am counting...

1Thank camilla32

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Stay at Beit Salahieh and experience true Syrian hospitality. A luxury boutique hotel offering 42 rooms and suites in the heart of Aleppo's old city. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Beit Salahieh Hotel

Address: Al Mustadamia Stree | Opposite Aleppo Citadel, Aleppo 2011 , Syria
Region: Syria > Aleppo Governorate > Aleppo
Price Range: €134 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Beit Salahieh Hotel 5*
Number of rooms: 42
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“some rooms have 2 levels with bathroom on 2nd levl”
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