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Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 18 May 2012

Rocked up to this joint at 1am, these guys were ok with our offer,found us a room, and we had no booking.

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2Thank peter c
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 3 May 2011

Ghazal is a really charming hotel, with lovely traditional Damascene decor. It seems to have been renovated or redecorated fairly recently. We stayed in a 5 bed dorm for 600 pounds ($12 each per night). The room was very clean, comfortable and had enough room. There was a nice small bathroom in the corner. It was by far the cleanest...

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3Thank MegSCL
San Francisco, California
Reviewed 23 April 2011

Like everywhere in Syria, we walked into a plume of smoke at check in. Very annoying for nonsmokers. We hired a driver from the guys at reception to take us to Amman,Jordan. Not only were we over charged but the driver used me to buy extra duty free stuff to sell to his friends in Amman. He smuggled cigarettes across...

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5Thank MyTravelName192
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 March 2011

Overall we stayed at the Ghazal for six nights and were provided with helpful advice and service throughout our stay. The hotel is excellent value; no thrills but that's not why you'd book it. The rooms were comfortable and more than adequate. One of the best features is the location which is about a 10 minute walk to the Old...

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NJ
Reviewed 31 December 2010

For a hostel/budget place, this place is what you need. They even offer a mattress on the floor on the courtyard on the top floor if they are full or you really need to save money. (We did this option for one night and it was fine, felt safe and street noise wasn't too loud). Then we stayed in a...

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Belikesir
Reviewed 4 December 2010

Arriving after midnight, I chanced upon two traveler who - like me - missed the bus from the airport to the center, and the next bus is in an hour so we decided to share the taxi. I'm supposed to look for a place to stay but ended up to the place they've made a bookig - at Ghazal hotel....

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Prague, Czech Republic
Reviewed 2 December 2010

We booked the room at the hotel 3days before we should go there. The boy on the reception showed us nice room for a reasonable price 1700 SYP per night w bathroom. We had to pay advance 1000SYP. when we came back he showed us terrible room with destroyed bathroom and said taht it is the sameroom. We had to...

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Gloucester, UK
Reviewed 4 August 2010

We arrived in Damascus late at night with nowhere to stay. After finding a few places full we ended up at Ghazal hotel. We were offered two beds in a dorm room as there was no twin room available (however we heard the staff mention to each other that the twin room was free it just hadn't been cleaned) The...

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Abu Dhabi
Reviewed 3 August 2010

We only stayed here for one night in a dorm room to see Old Damascus City. The location was perfect - conveniently walking distance from the Old City. The staff was extremely friendly and very helpful. This is definitely a great option for budget travelers.

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Thank mazzatjie
London
Reviewed 1 June 2010

Never having stayed in a budget hotel before, I was pretty shocked at the spartan rooms, total absence of any amenities (T.V./phone), the teeny weeny afterthought portabathroom and the fact that people are allowed to kip in the hallways directly outside your room. After acclimatising to my new surroundings, I realised that this place was actually not bad value although...

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Address: Sharia Souq Saroujah, Damascus, Syria
Region: Syria > Damascus
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Number of rooms: 11
Also Known As:
Ghazal Hotel Damascus
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