The worst hotel ever... I was in the swimming pool today's morning, people were swimming in their t_shirt,, no swimming dress,,, what kind of rule is that???!!! Bathrooms and facilities were in bad condition, dirty and some of them are broken...
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The Safir hotel is where most expats stay in Homs because of regular electricity and water supplies. The rooms are spacious and clean but a bit old. The staff are very friendly and helpful. It has a wonderful pool and during the summer months the...More
The best hotel in town. Friendly staff and good breakfast.Room Had some issues but understandable given the current situation in the country - such as low shower pressure. TV was not working but was quickly exchanged with another after reporting . Clean sheets and towels....More
Pretty much the only place to stay at in Homs these days. A bit worn, a sad place in tune with the town itself. They have electricity, and occasionally internet. Service is absent-minded. Security looks good because of the UN presence. But some crucial details...More
This is a pleasant hotel that manages to provide good service and good food despite being surrounded by civil conflict. The rooms are comfortable and clean, everything works, and the staff are friendly and helpful.