Very nice boutique hotel. recommended.
Very clean, basic food but you can eat out.
We wanted to try something different boutiqu-y to the usual 5* hotels..and this is definately a good choice in the middle of old town/souk area.
Rooms are lovely too...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- After the success of Beit Al Mamlouka, Mr. Antoun Mezannar had bought a second hotel and renovated it again to meet the same standards of Beit Al Mamlouka. Dar al Mamlouka was owned by a Muslim family. Both boutique hotels reach to the highest levels of style, elegance, and exclusiveness (all rooms have a distinct spirit and decoration in reference to figures of Syrian history). The young, creative and dedicated team is welcoming and makes a point into making each visitor's stay perfect. Perfectly located into the old town these two hotels are a must see address for lovebirds and for passionate of heritage in the best comfort. Breakfast also is a must do with the best Arabic bread and pastries in town. In short: opening your eyes in the morning in one of Mamlouka' stunning rooms is pure magic. ... more less