Beit Al Mamlouka

Address: Bab Touma - Qemarieh St., Damascus, Syria | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Bab Touma - Qemarieh St., Damascus, is near Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, Apamea, Hejaz Railway, and Palmyra Museum.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Beit Al Mamlouka Damascus

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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      Hanging out and about

      A travel blog entry by kdwali on Apr 11, 2011

      36 photos

      ... culture and to connect with its people.

      Lovely, lovely Damascus! I hope I will return some time.

      And a special thank you to Amjad (Dentistry Student) and Maher (national theatre performer and budding director).

      And my room mates for making my time in Damascus such a great one:

      Abe (Dutch, IT Manager)
      Martin (Swiss, Banker)
      Alex (French, Teacher) ...

      Hamam time

      A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Mar 02, 2011

      22 photos

      ... actually stay here... All these scenes seem pretty straight-forward but, between setting everything up and then taping it 9 times, it costs a fair bit of time and is pretty tiring. Between scenes I had some time to walk around in the Souq (traditional market) and managed to get my hand on a Didashah, a traditional white robe worn by men. I bought it more for fun then to actually wear it, but you'll never know...

      After that we all needed some rest, so Sam and ...

      Saul, Saul why are you persecuting Me? Damascus.

      A travel blog entry by nievesjordan on Feb 12, 2011

      1 comment, 64 photos

      ... is the place where the head of Husayn (the grandson of Mohammed ) was kept on display by Yazid I. From this brief description, we see the importance of the Mosque for Christians and Muslims.
      I was surprised to meet hundred of Shiah pilgrims, mainly from India and Iran.The entrance to the Mosque in the morning is like a black cloud formed by the black chadors of the Iranian women. They love to be photographed with a foreigner and I was asked many times ...

      Ramadan Kareem

      A travel blog entry by partnersincrime on Aug 18, 2010

      14 photos

      ... is sold in abundance right before iftar.
      -Spices: saffron, grenadine (dried pomegranate like craisins), tumeric root, and everyother spice you can think of, its not even worth listing.
      -Dairy: fresh milk put on the shelf the day it is bottled, laban (yoghurt) in too many forms (hard, soft), kaskavel (a hard white cheese), a salty cheese with black seeds often too salty (so good with cucumbers or tomato)
      -Candy! so much candy, brightly coloured chewy ...

      Chez al Hariri to Damascus

      A travel blog entry by radcliffe-riley on May 21, 2010

      Chez Al Hiriri to Damascus - Friday 21st
      Slept very well. Good breakfast. Visited two of the sisters houses -more food! Coffee and ice cream. We finally get on the road after many goodbyes and thank yous. Fadi' father drives to the motorway so we find the way. after a final farewell and best wishes we are on the empty road to Damascus.

      The aim is arrive in Damascus in the quiet ...