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Martini Dar Zamaria
City :   Aleppo
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Named after the Zamaria family, who lived in the ·Dar·, or home, since the early eighteenth century, this beautiful Islamic courtyard house exhibits the splendors of ottoman architecture which flourished in the seventeenth century.
Distinctive of the Aleppine courtyard house, the courtyard is
the center of the residence with the private residential quarters, the Iwan, covered patios, and the halls, that were designed and lavishly decorated to entertain guests, all face the courtyard.
The courtyard, Iwan and halls have been converted into restaurants and resting areas and the private residential quarters have been converted into bedrooms.


Dar Zamaria houses two restaurants. The courtyard restaurant, Al-Housh, functions as the main dinning area during all seasons although you might prefer to have your evening meals during the summer season in La Terrace; a restaurant on the roof of the hotel with a magnificent view of the citadel.
The cultural diversity of Aleppo developed a luxurious culinary tradition that we take pride in serving.
This culinary experience usually starts with the Mazza which is one of the most delightful features of Middle Eastern food.
Meant to be enjoyed in a leisurely way, the Mazza is an assortment of light dishes (hot and cold), salads, pickles, dips and fresh baked bread. The list is endless and can provide for either a first course or the whole meal! The Mazza is usually followed by a mouth watering platter of grilled meats and kibbeh (a past of cracked wheat filled with minced meat). Kibbeh is an Aleppine specialty not to be missed.
Western cuisine is also served and the restaurants also serve local seasonal specialties such as meat with cherry, fish and birds (Asafeer Al-Teen). Special requests ought to be made in advance to allow for suitable preparation.
Alcohol is served in the restaurants and Le Bar and you can choose from a variety of regional and international beverages and wines.
While cooking in this region is considered a pleasurable and creative activity, serving and dining is no less pleasurable in Dar Zamari.


The hotel then consisted of 14 bedrooms, two restaurants; Al-Housh and La Terrace and a bar, Le Bar, in the cool cellar of the building.
In 2000, a neighboring residence was connected to Dar Zamaria with a bridge like path adding eight rooms.
In 2006 Martini Tourism has added two courtyard houses in the neighborhood to its hotel chain for this purpose.Today, Dar Zamaria can receive guests in 50 rooms that were once the private residential quarters of the buildings.
All rooms are doubles, 6 are suites and other sleeping arrangements can be provided upon request.
All rooms are equipped with:
• Central air conditioning.
• Satellite TV.
• Private bathrooms.
• Minibar.
The hotel also offers:
• Laundry.
• 24 hour room service.
• Telecommunication services; international phone calls, fax and internet access

Prices (including tax)
Room Type High Price Low Price
Single $97 $79
Double $128 $92
Triple $168 $130
Suite $179 $134
Other Services
Service Type Price
Breakfast $9
Dinner $15
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