Hotel Orient House Hama
GeneralThe house was built in 1890 in a typical Ottoman architectural style, and is considered one of the most important houses in ancient Hama city. Combines the modernity and heritage, and it summarizes the memory of this city with its structural, architectural and historical elements. It is a house from the 18th century, owned by the Alhorani family, which participated in important political events in on the Syrian, Arab and regional levels. One part of the building which was considered as the private area of the house (haramlek) is dedicated to accommodation and offers 23 rooms overlooking the oriental style lobby. The other part of the house (Public, Salamlek) offers a court with a fountain with 2 sitting areas (iwans). Visa Card, Master Card ,American Express .SurroundingAreaThe hotel is located in the Old neighbourhood of Hama in Al Jalaa area.RoomInformationWith rooms of different sizes equipped with full services, as well as several courtyards and reception halls and rest areas characterized by its warm oriental atmosphere.|
Hotel Cairo Hotel Hama
Cairo Hotel is located in the heart of Hama. Most renowed cultural and historical highlights are located within walking distance (museums, waterwheels, the citadel and the old town)Its a quiet place for relaxing:you can use the internet to get informations about syria or just ask at the reception for help at any time (24/7).A airport pickup can be arranged (50$ US from Aleppo or 70$ US from Damaskus): just provide us with your arrival/flight deatils and we will be more than happy to attange a transfer for you
Hotel Noria Hama
GeneralRooms: there are 43 rooms providing air conditioning and heating. Facilities: these include a car park, restaurant and room service. Pets welcome. 43 rooms, 1 floor.SurroundingAreaLocation: in the quiet city of Hama, known for its water wheels which collect the water from the River Orontes. Damascus Airport is 209 Km. away.
Hotel Apamee Cham Palace Hama
In the center of Hama, overlooking the Orontes river with it's famous water wheels, is the latest five-star addition to the Cham Palaces and Hotels. Hama is an old city in a rich agricultural region. It was rebuilt as "Apamea" by Seleucus Nicator I in 300BC and flourished during the Roman and Byzantine periods. It also figured in the Mohammedan conquest and the wars of the crusaders. It was the home of the famous Arab historian Abufida. Two restaurants, one bar and one oriental lobby bar, business center. Outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts and large parking.