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Mandaloun Hotel-Restaurant

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Dollar, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 July 2015

Fabulous location great Hotel and some really good prices but totally ruined by Mad men dressed in black roaring around in their looted Toyota pickups firing randomly into the air and shouting God is Great , so inconsiderate . On the bright side , did manage to pickup some ancient artifact trinkets at the market , don't haggle to hard...

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Moscow
Reviewed 30 January 2012

I stayed in this hotel three times. Hotel is situated perfectly in the center of the city close to all main attractions. Rooms are spacious, especially in suites. Hotel building is renovated khan (caravanseray) of XV century with old style furniture, shatters and railings with carvings, metal beds and acient elevator. All these things gives a feeling of arab culture...

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Sallins
Reviewed 10 May 2011

The welcome was good, when we arrived we received our room quite fast, even if was early in the morning. The negative part which spoilt the stay: Upon check in (around 8.3am or so in the morning) the receiption offered us to take the breakfast by or before 10.3am After a shower we were in the breakfast room at 9.25am...

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milan
Reviewed 9 May 2011

My wife and I staid at Mandaloun for 4 nights (two at the beginning and two and the end of our trip to Syria). As many palaces in that Country the outside is nothing compered to the luxorius internal courtyard, with carved walls and green plants hanging from the balcony that sorround the court. The rooms are as you can...

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toronto
Reviewed 27 April 2011

The location, size of the rooms and the old house courtyard setting was wonderful. The problem was with the service staff that do not speak English. With every small problems you have to go to main reception and try to explain the problem. The job of the hotel stuff is poorly supervised by managment. My room was clean but TV's...

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Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 21 January 2011

I stayed here for 2 nights while passing through to Beirut. Fantastic place and by far the best place (in terms of value) that I stayed at during my 3 week swing around the middle east. The rooms are large and spotless. The rooms are courtyard are built like a traditional middle eastern palace. The staff was helpful. My only...

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victoria, BC
Reviewed 10 January 2011

This large merchant's house with rooms opening a round a central covered couryard with its fountain is a fine way to enjoy old Aleppo. Our room was large and comfortable, but it is a converted house with steps and dark areas. Helpful staff who have little English or French. It took a day to orient ourselves on foot ()take your...

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New York City, New York
Reviewed 9 January 2011

Recently stayed for two nights with best friends on second floor room. Clean, efficient and conveniently located to explore city. Beds comfortable, safe in room, and breakfast included in rate. Would definitely recommend .

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New York City, New York
Reviewed 31 December 2010

This hotel is a nicely restored classic Syrian building with a central courtyard and very clean attractive rooms. It is a five minute walk to al-Aziza, five minutes to the Christian quarter, and ten minutes to the old city. Overall we liked it very much and would stay again without hesitation. There were two downsides: all the hard surfaces made...

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Southampton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 28 December 2010

This place is full of character and is very atmospheric. There are a few tortoises which crawl around the beautiful courtyard all day and which add to the charm. Our room was quite small but very pretty and perfectly fine. We paid USD100 per night which seemed reasonable compared to some of the very top-end hotels. It was a bit...

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Address: Al Telal-Hazazeh Street | P.O.Box: 4269, Aleppo, Syria
Region: Syria > Aleppo Governorate > Aleppo
Hotel Class:3 star — Mandaloun Hotel-Restaurant 3*
Number of rooms: 33
Also Known As:
Mandaloun Hotel-Restaurant Hotel Aleppo
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