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What a spectacular view!
The good: nice Hotel (from the outside) in a very nice area, good and friendly Service, a pool (for us it was too cold outside)
The bad: uncomfortable and unfriendly rooms, the food is just ok
But you have not much...More
This 'resort' is located in an absolutely beautiful location in the Jebel Shams mountains. The so-called Grand Canyon is within walking distance as are several great hiking trails. The views are AMAZING. The 'resort' itself is very basic but considering the location is better than...More
Simple hotel but clean, in a great location, with an amazing view.
Nice staff. We stayed in a chalet, which are quite big, but very simple. Perfect for enjoying outside. Good value hotel, who propose half board stay.
Possible to have your own fire camp,...More
We stayed one night in bungalows. We were disappointed when we arrived as Bungalows are not well maintained or cleaned. Windows are not clean...floor was not clean. We were all the more disappointed that the room was quite expensive. Buffet was nice. This place is...More
I stayed one night in a sunrise chalet room. The room is basic but clean and roomy. Wifi is no good and I wasn't able to get data on my cell phone - so, relax and enjoy the views! The sunrise/sunset view from my room...More
$75 - $132 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, as the others said possible in sedan but 4WD definitely better, especially depending on when you go. There'd been rain a few days before we went and the road was washed away in places with boulders rather than gravel in... More
Yes, as the others said possible in sedan but 4WD definitely better, especially depending on when you go. There'd been rain a few days before we went and the road was washed away in places with boulders rather than gravel in the road.