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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 6 July 2012

We arrived via bus from Antakya and went looking for accommodation. This hotel was the third or fourth we visited and we immediately fell in love with it. Firstly it was warm, December is freezing, and the owner was freindly and welcoming. He showed us to a twin room with our own bathroom and 24 hour heating. The bathroom was...

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Nonthaburi, Thailand
Reviewed 22 November 2011

Considering hotels' rate in Syria, Tourist Hotel, Aleppo was one of the best value. Somebody told me that the owner of this hotel was a physician (was it true? :-p) and I was not surprised at all because the hotel was very clean. The atmosphere was somewhat shady and cool because there were trees (in pots) on stairway and balcony...

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Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 10 November 2011

If one word had to describe Aleppo's TOURIST HOTEL it would have to be "sparkling". Other words would include "friendly", "helpful" and "inexpensive". After a less than satisfactory experience at Dar Halabia the night before (see separate review), we arrived at the Tourist Hotel around noon without reservations and asked Leslie (who speaks English) if we might see a room....

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Phoenix, Arizona
Reviewed 25 May 2011

We stayed here a few days after our tour of the Middle East ended, as we were now on our own. It is a modest place, but I agree that the staff is friendly and the hotel (once you find it) is well located. Since there are no house numbers in Aleppo, and the hotel isn't well known to taxi...

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Dublin
Reviewed 28 February 2011

Although you seem to be smack in the middle of a quick fit centre this hotel is in a great location. The description in the guide book makes it sound a little sterile which it certainly isn't! The rooms are spacious and comfortable, the staff vwery nice and helpful. The layout of breakfast leads to easy chatting with fellow travellers....

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Hong Kong
Reviewed 28 February 2011

The room and toilet are spacious. We took 2 double rooms with a balacony. Staff is helpful. But beware when you take taxi to there for the 1st time as many are confused with another "Tourism Hotel" nearby. This hotel is located in a small and quiet street and even locals are not aware of it. It's near Raga Hotel...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 4 February 2011

I have stayed in this hotel previously & found it comfortable. However, last time I tried to stay there I made a telephone booking & they told me they would be full for the next 4 days until the Sunday. I said I'll postpone my arrival until then & I gave them my name & nationality & they told me...

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County Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 21 December 2010

The Tourist Hotel in Aleppo is truly one of the best places I've stayed in the middle east, price- and quality-wise. We paid SYP1100 for a twin room (Room 10) and it was well worth it. Initially we had some problems getting to the place as the taxi driver did not know how to get there; we finally found it...

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guatemala
Reviewed 8 November 2010

I saved a lot of money by staying at the Tourist hotel! (which of course I spent in the Souks) The service at this hotel is wonderful. The rooms are basic but who needs much more in Aleppo...

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Odense
Reviewed 31 October 2010

I spent 5 nights at the Tourist Hotel, (- don't mix it up with Tourism Hotel. The intriguing thing is that in Arabic the names are just switched). Good location at the border between the old and modern town. Helpful people and interesting breakfasts where people are seated around two big tables and share their experience and plans.

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Address: Sharia ad-Dala, Aleppo, Syria
Region: Syria > Aleppo Governorate > Aleppo
Number of rooms: 38
Also Known As:
Tourist Hotel Aleppo
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“There is no elevator so you will need to use the stairs. Some rooms share bathrooms while others have private ensuites. Some rooms have big or small balconies while others have none at all. Let them know what you want or require and they will do their best to make you comfortable.”
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  • Tourist Hotel view from Room 14's balcony.  A great place to dry clothes while your out strollin
  • Tourist Hotel Room 14 bathroom.  Like room it had been scrubbed from ceiling to and including fl
  • Tourist Hotel Room 14 looking to 3rd bed and entrance door
  • Tourist Hotel Room 14 looking towards double doors - right side opens to bathroom, left side ope
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