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Martini Dar Zamaria Hotel

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Almere, The Netherlands
Reviewed 26 September 2012

Loved the hospitality, food and the feel of old Aleppo. Wonderful memories. I am devastated to hear that this place has been destroyed by fire reportedly after a recent battle. The roof deck was a superb place to relax in the evenings and look over the inspiring skyline of this ancient city.

8Thank burger451
La Coruna, Spain
Reviewed 12 September 2011

All a discovery in the old part of the town. Dinner was like 1001 nights tale. Wonderful, quiet, beautiful... The staff is helpful, very professional and always smiling. Pity all the trouble there now... I wish I could go back soon. Good luck, Aleppo.

2Thank Aralegh
Paris, France
Reviewed 30 May 2011

Location : right in the old town, which is bigger than the one in Damascus, with easy walking distance to almost any part of Magic Aleppo. We like : unique atmosphere of an old house tastefully rehabilited outstanding breakfast buffet We did not like nothing so far This happened to us : wifi was not reachable from our room bit...

Reviewed 7 April 2011

This hotel has a lot of charm and character, but is a bit spread out over several buildings. Our room was about a 100 yards from the main building which wasn't always terribly convenient. While our building had a courtyard, it was closed off at the ceiling and there was no service for coffee or drinks out there. The room...

1Thank nancyh45
Reviewed 29 March 2011

The hotel consists of several traditional courtyard houses,tastefully restored ,in the christian quarter.The only criticism is that it feels rather disjointed-reception is in one building,restaurant in another,and our room was in a third building,all in different streets. The breakfast buffet was excellent and the dinner good.

Thank priscillaBath
Reviewed 17 March 2011

Brilliant hotel, ancient building, big appartments, tasty breakfast, nice staff - what does the traveller need more? All appartments is in ancient arabic style. This is very cool hotel in the best town in Syria.

2Thank nikidel
Reviewed 24 January 2011

Stayed for 2 nights. The setting is beautiful-spacious stone rooms etc. but, lacks the little extras you expect from a 4 star hotel.. May sound petty but-internet was off and on, water stopped working while we were there, Restaurant-smoking, no prices on the menu and no menu in English.

Thank theminns
Reviewed 1 January 2011

Although this hotel is quite large because it spans two or three buildings, it retains it's traditional feel. Our room was in an annex across the street from the main building, and was large and had both bath and separate shower. At first we thought we had no hot water, but the staff dealt with that and it could just...

Thank KevinandAlison
Reviewed 25 December 2010

I've stayed at Dar Zamaria last year as well.Great location,beautiful hotel but they need to improve their sevice.There was Mr. Ammar who was a great help at the reception of section C but theothers are not aware of their jobs.They perefer to sleep behind the desk:-) Towels are clean but because of the water,most probably,colors are gray.They really need to...

Thank elv64
Auckland Region, New Zealand
Reviewed 21 December 2010

We chose this hotel because it was highlighted as one of the best boutique hotels in Aleppo by Lonely Planet. While the location down a tiny lane and the multiple houses with their plushly decorated courtyards are indeed extremely beautiful, the rooms do not reach the same degree of charming luxury. We also did not rate the staff, who were...

Thank globalskier100

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Additional Information about Martini Dar Zamaria Hotel

Address: Jdaideh Alhatab Square, Aleppo 13114, Syria
Region: Syria > Aleppo Governorate > Aleppo
Hotel Class:4 star — Martini Dar Zamaria Hotel 4*
Number of rooms: 22
Also Known As:
Martini Dar Zamaria Aleppo
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