The five star Oriental Hotel is composed of two authentic, traditional Damascene houses. One of them was converted in to a luxury hotel and the other was converted into a beautiful Damacene restaurant.
A luxurious hotel situated in the old town of Damascus, twenty minutes from the airport, a hundred yards from the old Roman straight way (Medhat Pacha) and the historical Bab Sharqi.[more info]
This charming 17th century boutique hotel is located in the central old Damascus near the Omayyad mosque.[more info]
Al Shahbandar Palace Hotel was built between the 17th and 18th centuries and was a family-owned house belonging to Mr. Abd Al Rahman Al Shahbandar. Al Shahbandar Family was one of the most renown families in Old-Damascus. This gorgeous Damascene house was purchased by the recent hotel management and has been converted to a modern five-star hotel that goes back in time with an exquisite ancient Damascene touch.[more info]
Dar Al Yasmin hotel is situated near most of the ancient buildings, palaces, churches, and mosques of the city. It is an old Damascene house, which was repaired with ancient substances to become a luxurious hotel in the centre of Old Damascus.[more info]
About 170 meters from the Bab Touma, one will find a heartwarming traditional house that boasts a livelihood found only in it. You can feel and enjoy ancient architecture and Damascene warmth at Al Zaetona Hotel!
NOTE: This hotel was formerly known as Old Damascus Hotel.[more info]
Located between two Damascene alleys in the Old City, Antique Khan Hotel is an elegant boutique hotel located in an old 16th century house. The hotel was renovated, offering two levels and a beautiful courtyard with a mosaic fountain in the centre. Guests will experience true Damascene hospitality, in a superior location.[more info]
Beit Al Mamlouka is 17th century house that has marvelous suites named people that have greatly influenced Syrian history.[more info]
Beit Rumman hotel is close to many historical sites in Old Damascus (Between Bab Sharqi & Bab Tuma). The rooms in this hotel have their own distinguished style that was engineered in an ancient Damascene style, a layout that integrates designs from contemporary eras and cultures to the building date of this marvelous house. Such eras and cultures include Fatimid, Omayyad, and French cultures.
The mystic basement (which is the hotel's restaurant) of this 500-year-old home was an underground market and a wine cellar in olden times. Under this basement lies a tunnel network that was used by crusaders to enter to and escape from Damascus in the period of the Ottoman rule.
Hanania Hotel was an old damascene house that has been meticulously restored with a tasteful, personalized touch. When one stays in this hotel, he would experience life 2 centuries ago with modern luxuries available today. Hanania Hotel's ancient walls are colored by beautiful original exotic canvasses and its furniture antique to make its guest touch history and not only see it. If anyone would like to forget his routine life and feel like he is living in a fantasy or dream, he should check in Hanania Hotel! One will truly appreciate the charm in Hanania Hotel that is result of history, luxury, and romance being merged into one another.[more info]