Al Shahabander Palace Hotel

Address: Damascus, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Damascus, is near Damascus Center, Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, and Hejaz Railway.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Al Shahabander Palace Hotel Damascus

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Damascus

Damascus, Syria

A travel blog entry by kimgatenby on Apr 09, 2011

Whıle I and 4 of the other members of my tour were havıng a ball ın Lebanon, the rest of the group had to stay at the camp sıte due to ıt beıng Frıday (holy day) ın Syrıa. Thıs meant there was the potentıal for demonstratıons ın Damascus so our tour leader thought ıt best to stay out of the cıty. The Saturday was back to ...

Omzwervingen in de 'oude stad'

A travel blog entry by hilde on Apr 02, 2011

4 comments, 33 photos

... zich qua kledij een beetje aangepast aan de plaatselijke zeden, de meesten –ik ook dus- dragen een lange broek (geen blote beentjes!) en hebben ook zedig een ‘foularke’ rond de schouders hangen.

Vanavond zijn we iets gaan eten in restaurant Abou Kamal, op een 200 m van het hotel. Goed gesmuld: eerst een linzensoep en daarna tournedos met heel veel groenten en pittig gekruide rijst.

Morgen trekken we noordwaarts. Op de planning staan Hama ...

So long Damascus

A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 08, 2010

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... A moderately sized green space was clearly visible, a thirty minute walk or so from our house. "I didn't know that green space still existed" remarked Angela "I thought the city had built over that space, there used to be one on the other end of town, but I think it's gone now." Perched atop this hill we watched as the sun turned the rocks to gold, the city lights came on one by one, and the muezzin across the city called to the faithful.

I walked with my room mate ...

Eid in Damascus

A travel blog entry by jonbart on Nov 17, 2010

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... a few dozen sheep with dirt placed on the ground beneath them... probably only a temporary Eid fixture. Because of Eid there were pilgrims from Iran and Bangladesh all around... the Iranians were so numerous that there were entire parts of the bazaar where the shopkeepers negotiated in Farsi quoting prices in Iranian currency... and ...

Finding my feet

A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Nov 07, 2010

1 comment

... almost too comfortable. My trusty back pack rests by the foot of my bed, unused. I don't have it in me to put it in my closet, but I do have to avoid eye contact as I walk past it every morning.

After spending two nights in the comfy hotel, and a night in a hostel, I managed to find an available room, and quickly went about setting roots. I could have spent more time looking around, but a girl living in the house told ...