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Dallal House Hotel

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 8 November 2011

This is not a large hotel, and the rooms are smallisch, though nicely appointed. The building, a former home, evidently dictated the size of the rooms. The service is very frinely and efficient. There is a good wifi, free, ask for a code. It was cold outside and so was the covered courtyard. But heaters were provided, so it was...

Thank sanderva
Mumbai, India
Reviewed 21 October 2011

From earlier reviews, I can understand why it is hard to find but it is well know place. I believe all rooms are Studio type, with little ventilation on it, that may be the reason why all rooms are non smoking. I enjoyed meeting people from various countries in open air breakfast table, An evening walk down the market will...

Thank RohitJoban
Reviewed 1 May 2011

We stayed here as part of a tour and didn't like it at all. Our room was so small that we didn't have room to have our suitcases out and had to put them in the wardrobe. There was a curtain behind the door to shut out the light that was dirty and hanging off its rail and the only...

Thank Munchkinette
London, England
Reviewed 16 June 2010

This hotel may be a little difficult to find, it is up a small alley way in central Allepo but is well worth the effort. Rooms are small but reasonably well appointed, the air conditioning and TV works and whilst water pressure is a little low, there is enough for a hot or cold shower. Breakfast is served in the...

Thank PaulHarvey
Reviewed 7 April 2010

Centrally located in the christian quarter. Very good restaurants nearby. The rooms are very small, you constantly collide with your room-mate. The double bed is also too small. We booked twin beds for our two teenager children. They too got doublebed. Impossible to change. Apart from that, the staff is very helpful and friendly. The breakfast is terrible. The bread...

1Thank jkbeoslo
Newlyn, United Kingdom
Reviewed 26 March 2010

very nice hotel although the rooms were a little small and we came out of ours right at the top of the stairs but it was clean and comfortable with very helpful staff.Good Syrian breakfast.Very quiet - lovely traditional decor - close to Christian quarter - all in all a very nice place to stay

Thank Justine S
Rio de Janeiro, RJ
Reviewed 20 November 2009

The hotel is nasty, the rooms are overlooking a courtyard where they runs the reception , the breakfast is served and come in and go out all the guests so the noise is constant. No one can sleep after the start of breakfast and din of tourist groups. The staf not show the slightest interest in making the guests stay...

Thank Vaniaerthal
Reviewed 15 October 2009

Hidden away in a lovely part of old Aleppo, this is a peaceful, friendly retreat. The staff were welcoming and helpful. Would definitely recommend.

Thank HerodotusWilts
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 4 October 2008

Hidden in a narrow alley in the Armenian Quarter, this is a nice quiet haven built around a courtyard. The rooms are large enough with a A/C, satellite TV, shower, WC etc. The staff are friendly and speak English. Later afternoon there is a large selection of teas and local cakes. Although it does not have a resturant, there are...

Thank SafariMan149

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Address: Raheb Bouhaira Str. | Al Jdaidah, Al-Telal Entrance, Aleppo, Syria
Region: Syria > Aleppo Governorate > Aleppo
Number of rooms: 12
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“Have a look at a downstairs room, coming out at the courtyard”
 of 5 bubbles sanderva, 8 Nov 2011 | Read review
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 of 5 bubbles RohitJoban, 21 Oct 2011 | Read review
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