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Reviews (185)

4.1 out of 5.0
Service 4.7
Value for Money 3.8
Location 2.7
Cleanliness 5.0
  • Xoan-Carlos Leon
    Xoan-CarlosMay 2019

    Loved this hotel. This place has the feel of an Arabic Grand Budapest to it. Clearly seen better times but the fact that it has is also one of the best reasons for staying here.

  • matthew
    matthewMay 2019

    Historic and lovely hotel right across the street from the Baalbek ruins. Really nice staff. Not the place to stay if you’re looking for a soulless modern hotel. The palmyra has stories and you can feel it in every room. Someone should write a novel set there if they haven’t done so already.

  • Yoga Warrior With Elio
    YogaMay 2019

    Palmyra Hotel location in Baaleck one if the oldest hotels, built in 1874 by the Greeks facing the ancient Roman temple. The hotel hosted queens, kings & great inspiring people all over the world. Stepping through the entrance you notice that its more a museum then a hotel all the furniture are vintage. Staff are very friendly. I would recommend it to the people who really appreciate history & art.

  • William Gagnadoux
    WilliamMay 2019

    What a pleasure to be in a space where the walls have seen and heard so much, to imagine that pages of the 7 pillars of wisdom from T.E Lawrence's could have been written here. Perhaps a Hercule Poirot is born here in the imagination of Agatha Christie, even Napoleon (J. Louis Barrault), Charles de Gaulle, Pierre Loti, Mustapha Keimal, Jean Marais and many others were here. The Palmyra hotel in Baalbeck is a place of dreams and sleeping in Monsieur Jean Cocteau's room is giant.

  • Alberto Pala
    AlbertoMay 2019

    an hotel of old time charm, with its lovely fine furniture, vintage items and stunning archaeological finds all over. I stayed in room 28, from where you may enjoy a spectacular view over the Jupiter Temple just across. A special thanx to Mr Ahmed

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