The Sirehan Hotel was founded in 1885 and after a major fire in 1994 it had to be restored. Being located in the city center, the hotel opened its doors again in 2013 for the people to enjoy. Now offering120 rooms, this hotel is a relic of the Ottoman period and it provides comfort in the most elegant of ways. Guests can dine in the a la carte restaurant and sip on a cocktail from the lobby bar. The beautiful courtyard is an open environment where guests can sit and relax at any point during their stay.
Founded by Cemil Bey, the Governor of Aleppo, in 1885, Şirehan is one of the most beautiful and most enduring relics of the Ottoman period. Rifat Bey, the Mayor of Antep, encouraged the building efforts, and Mustafa Aga, collected the money from public to fund the project during the reign of Abdulhamid II. Those who could not contribute monetarily worked at the construction, and those who could not work, prayed to God before the inn every day. The inn was first called “Belde Han.” Because grapes, nuts, molasses and figs were sold at the inn, the people called it "Şire Hanı," or Syrup Inn. The popular name has survived to this day.
The Standard rooms have been refurbished while still respecting the historical fabrics. The rooms are modernized with air conditioning, a telephone, satellite TV, minibar, and wireless high speed Internet access.
The Sirehan Hotel features a restaurant and a lobby bar.
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