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Martini Dar Zamaria Hotel

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West Midlands
Reviewed October 23, 2010

Stayed two nights as part of group tour. Absolutely stunning old mansions with beautiful tiled and decorated central courtyards some with fountains. Our room like all I think had internal windows overlooking the central courtyard but also an external window and air conditioning. The room was adequate in size but not very clean with poor lighting. The bathroom was small...

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Zurich, Switzerland
Reviewed October 16, 2010

We were here for 2 nights. We had a great room in a historic style behind very thick walls. A good feeling. Breakfast is okay. Maybe a little bit exotic for Europeans. The top point is the location in the Old Town. Just a few steps and you have a great choice of small shops. The roof top restaurant is...

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Leicestershire
Reviewed October 6, 2010

Stayed here for three nights. It is a conversion of several old houses in the Christian quarter. Our room was in an annex to the main building - the Orient House. It was a lovely place, well done and well maintained. The only gripe was that our sleep was disturbed each night by not being able to switch off the...

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Surrey
Reviewed October 3, 2010

This was the best hotel of the four we stayed at in Syria. It's a lovely old building, or several joined together, with cool flowery courtyards. We had a huge room, beautifully furnished. The bathroom was nice too (though shower not bath); it all seemed very clean and bottled water awaited us in the minibar. The TV worked and had...

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Harrogate, United Kingdom
Reviewed September 13, 2010

Arrived at this hotel mid afternoon hoping to get some rest having been awake all the previous night due to a virulent stomach bug. We were shown to a room with shuttered windows which it emerged looked over the courtyard restaurant - noise!!! The bed was on a mezzanine with an open staircase - not ideal if one is making...

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Cape Town, South Africa
Reviewed June 24, 2010

This Hotel has really outgrown the 'Boutique' label. Having said that we had a large room with fantastic air conditioning, comfortable bed and a good bathroom. The staff were both friendly and helpful, phoning the Birkenstock shop for directions. We only stayed one night as our original hotel could only accommodate us for two nights and so only experienced one...

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UK
Reviewed June 21, 2010

This is an attractive boutique hotel which has grown over the years to now occupy four separate buildings on the same street. The hotel has bags of character and a pleasant feeling. The room was spacious with a good bathroom, nice furnature and a large comfortable bed, although the room was very dark and the fridge was not working. The...

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London
Reviewed June 20, 2010

This is a wonderful hotel, luxuriously appointed with Syrian furniture. The rooftop restaurant might only have the second best food in town but the views towards the citadel are stunning.

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atlanta
Reviewed June 19, 2010

Martini- Da Zamaria Hotel is a rather large boutique hotel in the old section of Aleppo. They have renovated about 3 former palace homes. My room was beautiful-it looked out onto the inner courtyard, which serves as a very elegant lobby. The staff were quite friendly- I could negotiate a rate and the clerk helped me with a reservation for...

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San Francisco, California
Reviewed May 17, 2010

We were very lucky to find a room here at 5 pm one weekday afternoon just after Easter. After dragging our luggage to four other completely full lodgings in the area, a friendly and resourceful desk clerk was able to locate a cot and convert a double room to a triple room for us. They did not take advantage of...

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Address: Jdaideh Alhatab Square, Aleppo 13114, Syria
Location: 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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