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Beit Al Salam

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Kiev, Ukraine
Reviewed 23 January 2011

We stayed at the Beit Al Salam2 (second home) for one night only. The first time were pleasantly surprised hospitality and willingness to help of the onwner of this place, Mouhamed. Spacious clean rooms, fully equipped kitchen and a lovely patio with a fountain: a great place for conversation with friends. Mouhamed provided invaluable assistance in organizing travel to Amman...

1Thank Roman_Gutchenko
Lyon, France
Reviewed 14 January 2011

Would be a terrific option if the price was the one of a cheap guest house, which Beit al Salam is : 20 euros maximum for a double room and I would not complain. But here you have the most expensive guest house I've ever seen. Seems the room downstairs are better, but wouldn't know. We moved the next day,...

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voyagetosyria, Owner at Beit Al Salam, responded to this review

Dear Guest, We are sorry to hear of your disapointment with our home and the price. If you are comparing prices in Europe to current Damascus prices, we can understand why you may have felt Beit Al Salam to be overpriced. However, we have priced our home competitively according to DAMASCUS market, not the European market. Today, if one wants...

Poznan, Poland
Reviewed 1 December 2010

We spent 5 days at Beit Mariam (one of the guesthouses they offer). Before we booked the place there we had read all the good reviews so we expected a lot and we were quite disappointed when we arrived there. The place is very basic- I would say it is a cheap hostel level. For the same price we could...

Thank LeszekPoland
voyagetosyria, Manager at Beit Al Salam, responded to this review

Thank you for your feedback on Beit Mariam and Muhammad. We are sorry to hear of your disappointment with the price of Beit Mariam. Our houses are priced competitively with comparable accommodations in Damascus. It is safe to say that Damascus is surprisingly expensive to many travelers as the latest guidebooks that have been released are already out of date....

Reviewed 22 October 2010

Apparently there are several guesthouses that are being marketed under that name, Beit al Salam, via the website voyagetosyria.com. At least where we have been placed does not look like the photographs that are shown here. Where we have been staying would be sort of ok if you don't expect very much, but it is clearly overpriced (65 EUR per...

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voyagetosyria, Owner at Beit Al Salam, responded to this review

Dear Guest, thank you for your review. We always appreciate our guests’ feedback, good or bad. We are currently addressing the issues you mentioned in your review of Beit Al Salam. To stay competitive, we have lowered the price, updated our guest rooms and now serve free breakfast daily. We have priced our homes according to Damascus market prices, which...

Reviewed 3 October 2010

we stayed in their other house just steps away from the Umayyad Mosque, the location was excellent. mohammed is such a nice guy, he couldnt do enough to help you. he gave us a mobile phone with a syrian sim card so we could call him if we needed anything at any time. i would stay again.

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Reviewed 24 August 2010

Visited Damascus last May and had a excellent stay in Mohammands house. He took great care of us and even showed us the whole town. The house has two main areas: The ground flour with several rooms and a great lobby, which resembles an antique Roman villa. And the first floor, with an indoor balcony around the lobby... When we...

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Sheffield, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 July 2010

We just came back from spending one week in Beit Al Salam, Damascus. We rented the ground floor part of the house which comes with a courtyard adjoining with a seating area and 2 bedrooms. The house is clean and comfortable. The focal point of the house is the courtyard which allows plenty of sunlight into the house, and it...

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Reviewed 9 July 2010

Beit Al Salam gave us a few beautiful nights in Old City of Damascus. Especially, the cool and calm mornings - with the ancient, thick walls and courtyard protecting us from the heat, while we wake-up slowly and make a coffee. Mohammed, our host, worked really hard to sort out everything we needed, meeting our taxi from the airport at...

1Thank stark101
Reviewed 9 June 2010

Fantastic service, nothing was too much trouble. However, we were disappointed to discover that the comfortable seating area (pictured) was only available to guests staying in the downstairs apartment. Fine if you don't want to spend time hanging out at the guest house.

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Naples, Italy
Reviewed 30 May 2010

Muhammad the owner gave us a room for three in a house five minutes from the doors of the city in a nevertheless old neighbourhood with a Middle-Ages cemetery and a food market nearby. The house was very fresh, clean with a large patio. Muhammad proved very friendly and helpful, always available when we called him.

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Nestled in the heart of the ancient city of Damascus, within the old city walls, Beit Al Salam tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the surrounding modern city, Beit Al Salam (which means “house of peace”) is an ideal refuge for travelers and students that wish catch up on some R&R or studying. Yet, it is a short 5-minute walk to all the old city has to offer for example, Umayyad Mosque, Al Azem Palace, Souq Al Hamidiyya, Souq Al Bzouriyya (spice market), Damascus Castle, Bab Touma, and charming restaurants and nightlife. The bus stop for Damascus University is also only five minutes walking distance. Beit Al Salam allows you to travel back in time but still enjoy all the modern conveniences our home has to offer such as air conditioning, clothes washer, western bathroom, television and satellite. We have 2 double rooms each with 2 extra wide single beds, and one triple room with three single beds. Also in our clean and comfortable rooms you will find a desk and chair, a small closet, air conditioning, satellite TV, sheets, blankets and towels. There is a common kitchen, western bathroom and terrace. Please email your flight info. Call once you arrive. Our staff, usually Muhammad, will meet you at Bab Touma Square and escort you to the property. Breakfast not included in the on-line room rate. Check-in 2pm. Check-out 11am. Deposits paid at time of booking. Remaining balance due in cash upon arrival at the house. ... more   less 

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Address: 42 Mariam Street , Bab Alsalam, Damascus, Syria
Region: Syria > Damascus
Number of rooms: 5
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