Antique Khan Hotel

Address: Ameen Street , Damascus, Syria | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Ameen Street , Damascus, is near Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, Apamea, Hejaz Railway, and Palmyra Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Damascus

    My First Discovery

    A travel blog entry by trinidadrh on Mar 25, 2011

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... br> On Friday, March 25, 2011, I flew from Abu Dhabi International Airport to Damascus International Airport to begin what would become a life-changing trip through Syria. During my flight, I was slightly nervous and very excited for two reasons. First, my flight was delayed 6 hours, so my anticipation kept growing and growing. Second, the days leading up to my trip brought regular news about the conflicts that ...

    Welcome to Damascus

    A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Nov 05, 2010

    ... would expect, but the Syrian versions of these classics were unique; the lentil soup had a blend of spices that I wasn't able to discern, and the baba ghanoush was similar to a mild salsa with bits of fresh tomato and pepper. At 6 bucks for a very filling lunch it's the kind of place that might just see me as a regular. Now I have two months to visit all the shwarma stands a fava bean vendors we passed on the way here. Oh yes, I will be happy here in ...

    Damascus - A weekend break in the Axis of Evil

    A travel blog entry by cessna152 on Sep 09, 2010

    17 photos

    ... shape and the whole place seemed to be fairly grotty. Five minutes later we were dropped off outside our hotel.

    Wasting no time in hitting the streets, we headed towards the Old Town, the home of souqs, mosques and abundant ancient sites. Along the way we passed the magnificent train station, complete with an old stream train at its entrance, and suddenly things began to look much better in Damascus. The smell of cooking filled the air as people breaking the fast of Ramadan ...

    Damn that Bloody Sun... and the Israelis

    A travel blog entry by bernie-s on Aug 04, 2010

    3 comments

    ... all the big cars have Saudi number plates. The Saudis avoid the extreme summer temperatures by holidaying in Syria, and there presence is often not subtle. Yesterday a friend of mine managed to subtly take a picture of an iconic site – a group of Saudi men (all were wearing, like most of the Saudis that come here, traditional dress) withdrawing money, a lot of money, from a cash point.

    The place I am staying happens to be two blocks away from the residence of the ...

    We eat, and sleep, in style in Damascus, Syria

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on May 13, 2010

    1 comment, 87 photos

    ... unusual against the backdrop of urban decay or neglect. The security here, and around the Government building yesterday, is the only obvious security we’ve seen. On the surface, it is very laid-back, unlike a lot of countries we’ve been to. However we do have to present our passports frequently – even to buy a bus ticket, and at our hotels.

    We have worked out where we are and take a swing to the right, climbing across the ...