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when i arrive the hotel i did find my rooms are ready and thy hotel staff was also more than helpfull to do the requested changes in one of the room .
the hotel manger incharge was hlepful to reaccoumedate on of the rooms with...More
We returned last night from Damascus and stayed at the Safir for 3 nights.
We were with 5 children and had taken two rooms. Front Office service was amazing and the F&B are very friendly.
The Hotel is less than 50 meters from Bibi Zainab's...More
We spent one night here as arranged by Cox and Kings but could not recommend it. The hotel is fairly shambolic with rather shabby poorly furnished rooms although I understand it is undergoing an upgrade. It largely serves Iranian pilgrims visiting an important shrine opposite...More
Noisy, scruffy location; grease- stained carpets in the bedroom, plaster missing off walls, black stains/streaks over walls, chipped furniture. Noise until midnight re-started 4.45a.am. By 8.00pm. tepid food and little choice on buffet.
Proximity to important Mosque probably useful to worshippers/pilgrims; great disadvantage to others....More
Arrived from the UK early August 2010, for purposes of pilgrimage.
I cant put into words how the stay at the hotel hurt and disappointed me.
No transfer from airport to hotel, a 30 minute taxi ride.
On arrival 1 night stay taken as deposit...More