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Beit Al Mamlouka
City :   Damascus
Category : hotel category

The hotel dates back to the 17th century and boasts original features from the 18th century, together with a mid 16th century archway. One of the suites, Suleiman the Magnificent, contains its own fountain in the shape of a rose and an original 230 year old Christian fresco on the ceiling. The hotel is unstinting in its style and blends tradition with luxury. Each room is exotically entitled and decorated in traditional Syrian style using local products. Brocade is used to make the curtains and the beds are fitted with Damascene quilts. Bathrooms are fitted with hand made and painted tiles and drawings.

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This luxury 17th century 8 bedroom boutique hotel is built around a central courtyard with citrus trees and a fountain and is located in the Christian quarter of Damascus' old city, Syria. Step out of such luxury and you will be within minutes walk from the rambling souks and the ancient culture that the old city has to offer

The hotel consists of 8 bedrooms (two singles, two doubles and four suites), with a courtyard, terraces and private patios.
The hotel features an Old Bayke (stable) converted into a gallery, restaurant and bar. On show on the walls are local art exhibitors for sale and hand painted verses of old Arabic poetry drawn on it.
This little gem of a boutique hotel in the heart of Damascus can also be hired out in its entirety or for official functions such as dinners and wedding receptions.

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Harun ar-Rashid (766-809), was the fifth caliph (786-809) of the Abbasid dynasty of Baghdad. He was the son of the third Abbasid caliph, al-Mahdi, and succeeded to the throne on the death of his brother al-Hadi. The period of his reign marked a notable development of culture.
Aghia Sophia, also Church of the Holy Wisdom, the most famous Byzantine structure in Constantinople (now Istanbul), built (532-37) by Emperor Justinian I, and now a museum.

Prices (including tax)
Room Type Price
Single $161
Double $185
Triple $240
Suite $340
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Service Type Price
Breakfast Price include breakfast
Dinner $35
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