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Safir Homs Hotel 5* Safir Hotel Homs consists of 92 well appointed rooms and wide suites, which offer all necessary services and offer all luxury needs to all guests with overlooking the swimming pool, garden and the city of Homs. A touch of traditional Syrian hospitality together with Safir’s personalized treatment make our hotels your second home at all Safir hotels......From 160$ per room.....(more details and special rates)
Homs Grand hotel 4*Welcome To The Modern Style in 65 spacious comfortable rooms & suits, All have controlled air conditioning as well as central heating ,equipped with mini fridge , Safe deposit box, TV set (satellite channels) , and international telephone Bedrooms :55 Suites : 10 ......From 130$ per room....(more details and special rates)
Lord Hotel 4*
Apart from the science
experiments in the soap
dispensers, this is a spotlessly clean, modern place and an excellent
midrange choice. The rooms, which are actually one-, two- and
three-bedroom suites, are enormous, with a separate living area, making
them an excellent choice for families and friends who want to bunk down
together. There's a big buffet breakfast (included), and rooms come with
fridge and satellite TV............From
110$ per room..........
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Homs is the 3rd most important
city in Syria.It lies 160 km to the north of Damascus. Like Petra and Palmyra,
Homs was an Arab emirate in the 2nd century B.C. It was also the 3rd station on
the 'Silk route' after Doura Europos and Palmyra.
It still retains this position of importance today, as the oil pipelines pass through the city.
This historical city produced
many impressive personalities. Bassianos (an emir of Homs), through his
daughter's marriage to the Roman emperor, Septimium Severus, who ruled Rome from
193 to 211, sired three rulers, Caracalla, Heliogabalus and Alexander Severus. The
city was the birthplace of the famous Syrian philosopher, Lon genius, counselor
to Queen Zenobia, and of the famous physician, Marlian.
Among the most significant historic constructions remaining in Homs is the mosque of Khalid Bin al-Walid, the great commander of the Muslim Arab armies. Two very tall white-stone minarets lend lightness to the imposing structure. The slender colonnade in black and white stone horizontal rows is representative of traditional Syrian architecture.
Many churches still stand in Homs from the days of early Christianity in Syria. One of these churches is said to possess the girdle of the Blessed Virgin. The church of St. Elian is unique for its collection of fine frescoes discovered in 1970.These bear inscriptions in Greek and Arabic, and date back to the end of the 12th century. The Nuri mosque also dates back to the 12th century, distinguished for its beautiful entrance.
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