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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed May 13, 2011

We stayed two needs at the wonderful Tourath House and absolutely recommend it to other travellers who make it to wonderful Aleppo. It is located in a very atmospheric part of town, with so many wonderful restaurants very close, as well as the souk and citadel a 10 minute walk away. The inner courtyard really is something special, beautifully finished...

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Milan, Italy
Reviewed April 23, 2011

The hotel is located in an old and antique neighborhood. No need for a car to visit the main antique places since it is near from them. A bit quiet and not expensive price. Staff were friendly.

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Beirut, Lebanon
Reviewed April 23, 2011

An amazingly cozy and beautiful small hotel that takes you to another era of time. Comfortable and quiet. Its very rich in culture to the simplest detail .(Hint: Take your time gazing at the ceiling while in bed).Took me no time to feel i were in my other home. Great hospitality; the staff are very friendly and welcoming and extremely...

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Ann Arbor, Michigan
Reviewed April 22, 2011

I stayed at Tourath House for a few days university colleagues. I've been advised to book there because of its charming atmosphere, and the nice way hotel owners treat their clients. I felt like I was at home. The food there is amazing, and the beds are so comfortable; I didn't wanna get up from bed at all:) Besides all...

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Aleppo, Syria
Reviewed April 16, 2011

its just this kind of hotels that makes you feel like home, its in the middle of the old city and close from anywhere, you will enjoy the old Arabic houses building style, and the luxurious Rooms plus great services, Clean rooms, Big rooms, hot and cold water,good people at the reception that provides you with help whenever you need...

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Toronto, Canada
Reviewed December 15, 2010

Really loved the ambience in this hotel, what with the rooms overlooking a central courtyard where in the morning breakfast was served. Impeccable service. Hotel is in the Christian Quarter, 30 minutes walk from the souqs, but the Christian Quarter in itself is a great place to explore

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed October 27, 2010

The staff are unhelpful, not very knowledgable and unfriendly and not at all concerned with any issues that came up (with the exception of a very friendly and helpful young bellhop) such as the electricity cutting out randomly, no towels being available one day, and worst of all, bed bugs. Any questions we asked about Aleppo were met with vacant...

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Marrakech, Morocco
Reviewed October 7, 2010

Our first room was so small you could hardly move. When I asked for a blanket, I was given a child's comforter not very clean. The table cloths in the breakfast room never seem to be changed. most of the staff surly and unhelpful. The exception was the evening bellhop who cheerfully provided things we asked for. We could not...

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Chiang Mai, Thailand
Reviewed August 15, 2010

Tourath House: Raheb Bouhaira Street, Old City Aleppo, Syria Shops selling food, clothing, antiques, jewelry, souvenirs, plus common household products surround the Tourath House. The awesome Aleppo Citadel (Syria’s largest I believe) is a nearby walk. For neighbors, you have the Omayyad Mosque, numerous historic churches, and all things cultural that you expect in the Old City. No taxi needed....

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Damascus, Syria
Reviewed August 5, 2010

Our problems with this rather strange little hotel began months before we actually arrived. Unlike other hotels we booked in Syria, Tourath House required a deposit, which is fine, except that they demanded it be paid by the time-consuming method of International Money Transfer into some obscure Swiss bank account where the name of the account holder "Edmond Jenno" sounded...

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Address: Raheb Bouhaira Str., Aleppo, Syria
Location: Syria > Aleppo Governorate > Aleppo
Hotel Class:3 star — Tourath House 3*
Number of rooms: 15
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