Dar Al Mamlouka · Overview

Step inside Dar Al Mamlouka and you’ll quickly fall for the grace and elegance of this magnificent home — a home that has been tenderly loved for centuries.

Dar Al Mamlouka · The place and story

Much like its nearby sister property, Beit Al Mamlouka, Dar Al Mamlouka evokes nostalgia thanks to its incredibly well-preserved architecture and ornate decor. The building is a 17th-century Damascene masterpiece meticulously restored by Antoun. Guests are accommodated in 10 individually designed rooms that boast beautiful features such as decorative floor tiles, carved wood latticework (‘moucharabieh’) and furniture with mother of pearl inlay.

Dar Al Mamlouka · The courtyard

The central courtyard is a calm oasis, punctuated by the sound of birds chirping and water splashing in the fountain. There, surrounded by wisteria and fragrant citrus trees, guests can enjoy a delicious breakfast: eggs, cheeses, cold cuts, labneh, fruits… you name it!

Dar Al Mamlouka · Rooms and features

Dar Al Mamlouka comprises 10 bedrooms: six standard rooms with double beds (five rooms can accommodate twin beds), one standard room with a single bed, one deluxe suite with double/twin beds, and two diplomatic suites with double beds (one suite can accommodate twin beds). Extra beds are available upon request. Guest rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated with traditional furnishings.

Question? Ask away

Whether you need more information on Dar Al Mamlouka, or you’re experiencing difficulties with your reservation… our frequently asked questions section might help. Otherwise, don’t be shy — contact us! We will be delighted to answer your questions, seven days a week.

Credits — Words: Nour J. Photographs: Omar Sanadiki.

Lodging policies — Check-in time is 14:00. Check-out time is 12:00 noon. Dar Al Mamlouka operates all year round.

Visitors to Damascus, Syria, will have a new stylish hotel to check into after a long day of strolling the souks. Dar al Mamlouka (…) is a 17th-century Ottoman-style palace that has been converted into a lush retreat. Shirine Saad, T Magazine Blogs

Transportation

If you were wondering how to reach Damascus from Beirut, just leave it to us. You can book a taxi transfer from Beirut International Airport or the Beirut city centre to Dar Al Mamlouka at the same time you confirm your room. It’s that simple!

Taxi transfers to Damascus

  • Transfer from Beirut Airport $125
  • Transfer from Beirut $100