Забронировать Отель Sana'a Yemen capital/ Luxury home
With Jebel Nugum towering over it, Sana'a sits on the narrowest point of a major mountain plateau, (2.286 metres) above sea level. The region's volcanic origin and regular rainfall make it fertile and it enjoys a temperate climate throughout the year This a beautiful newly built home located in the capital Sana'a Yemen. It has 5/BDR and 3/Bathrooms, formal living and dining room. It has a steam bathroom and boasts of upgrades throughout. Satellite TV and Wireless internet are available. Yemen is Arabia's Undiscovered gem. It is a country where you can find the world's oldest skyscrapers, spectacular mountaintop villages, pristine coral reefs, and stunningly gorgeous trees unseen anywhere else on earth. You can journey through one of the world's largest expanse of sand, or marvel at greenery so lush you'd wonder if you were in Arabia. This is a country that breaths history through every pore, not only through its ancient ruins and monuments, but also through its traditions and culture which remain a part of everyday life. Yet so little is known about the Real Yemen, that when visitors travel across the country, it is almost always a beautiful voyage of discovery. From the breathtaking ancient skyscrapers of Shibam to the traditional Suqs of Sana'a and the unspoiled natural beauty of Socotra, you will learn a lot about what Yemen has to offer. Guests have access to the full premises. Interaction with Guests We respect your privacy, and we're sure you will respect ours; the house is ideally set up for that. We like to interact but not to interfere. The house is located next to Shara'a Taiz where you'll find many restraunts and shopping centers. So what of this ancient city of Sana’a? Visitors, Arab and European, have always been impressed by its fortifications, architecture, and gardens, and by its populousness- around twelve thousand in the early seventeenth century, up to forty thousand in the mid nineteenth century and around one million today. “Abounding in good things”, wrote the twelfth century Arab geographer al-Idrisi, "and full of buildings… the oldest, the largest and most populous city of Yemen" – of Arabia, he could have added – "an even atmosphere, a fertile soil, and the heat and the cold there are always temperate". Sana'a is basically a medieval creation, and many of the houses pre-date the nineteenth century, especially in their lower storeys. The organization of the city is typical of the region: massive perimeter walls, a large and thriving market, a Great Mosque for the larger congregation on Fridays, and a ruler's palace, now long gone but likely in the earlier period to have been near the Great Mosque. Such a palace typically included administrative offices, reception salons, baths and well-watered gardens with more fountains. To walk in the old city is an intense pleasure at any hour o the day. There an abundance of taxis/ buses. Car is best for getting around.