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Guesthouses and B&Bs
Al Hijjarah Tourist Hotel & Restaurant
Next to (but below) the Manakha Tourist Hotel (go down the narrow steps to the left of that hotel) this is one of the most traveller friendly hotels in all of Yemen...
Burj Al Salam Hotel
A smart four-star hotel lost in the heart of old Sanaʻa. The small standard rooms are perfectly presented with heavy wooden furniture, stone floors and large windows, while the suites are big enough to get thoroughly lost in...
Despite some price hikes over the past couple of years the Dawood continues to offer the best value for money in town...
Aden Gulf Hotel
This bog-standard hotel has polished rooms with Qurans and prayer mats provided, and pretty San'a-style stained-glass windows.
A truly excellent hotel where someone is constantly brushing up, everything sparkles and the staff are neatly attired. The rooms, which have an old-fashioned look, are just as smartly turned out as the staff.
Al Bustan Hotel
The huge rooms and Zen-like sense of peace and calm that prevails here makes this a superb value hideaway for business travellers and frazzled tourists.
Al Hawta Palace Hotel
Lying around 7km from Shibam and 12km from Sayun centre, the Al-Hawta is probably Yemen’s best hotel. It claims the unusual distinction of being the only 1st-class hotel in the world built entirely of mud and clay...
Al Majed Tourist Hotel
With its spacious rooms and charming wall patterns this hotel is the pick of the budget options. It’s on the main dirt road leading off the main surfaced road!
Al Riyad Hotel
Ibb’s best-value hotel has a memorable reception full of plastic-coated chairs, fake chandeliers and garish wall decorations. The large and comfortable rooms are immaculate and some have little bath tubs with steaming hot water.
Al Saeed Hotel Ta’Izz
The best thing about a stay here are the bird’s-eye views over the city but we aren’t going to grumble about the rooms either. It's secluded hill top location means that security is pretty good.
Al Salama Hotel
The solid old-fashioned Al-Salama hotel has a lot more jazz than many of the newer midrange places. It’s centrally located, offers excellent value for money and is very friendly. The only minus point is that the staff are big Manchester United fans!
Al Shreef Tourist Hotel & Suites
A short walk from the centre, this English-speaking hotel offers excellent value for money with disinfected clean rooms, colourful little windows above the doors, views over the town (granted, they’re not very nice views) and small, well-maintained ba...
Arabia Felix Tourist Hotel
This hotel’s best asset is its small but attractive garden. Rooms are small and simple. Some include a bathroom and some don’t, but the price is the same!
One of the few hotels in Ta’izz with any real character. The communal areas are loaded with sofas, handicrafts, pictures and even fish tanks. The rooms, which are a bit of a let-down, smell like a packet of cigarettes.
City Center Hotel
Very sterile, but possibly the friendliest hotel in Aden. Rooms are as clean as a whistle and the suite is a good bet if you're travelling in a group.
Dar Al Salam Hotel
Not exactly blending in harmoniously with the small village it dwarfs, this new four-star hotel will at least please those who can't live without room service and internet connection.
A good-value, English-speaking hotel that comes with clean tiled rooms and a flurry of cushions and sofas to lounge about on. It’s on a quiet side street just off the main square, so you might actually get to do some dreaming in this hotel.
Golden Daar Hotel
The Golden Daar has been providing simple beds to weary travellers for years. The plain rooms have colourful carpets, whilst the giant windows make you feel like you’re a bird flying high above Sana’a.
Gold Mohur Hotel
A very well-run and helpful hotel set on a private beach where sunbathing Western women won’t cause a scandal. Considering it’s a five-star hotel the price is very reasonable indeed.
Half Moon Hotel
Standing head and shoulders above a cluster of nasty neighbours, this hotel offers small and tasty rooms that, for once, aren't suffering from the effects of the tropical heat. Some rooms have views over the redeveloped waterfront.
The current dearth of visitors to Yemen shows in the fact that the clean, foreigner-friendly rooms complete with gorgeous window carvings, ant-sized bathrooms and soft, comfortable beds, lie sadly empty most of the time...
Hotel Al Taj Tourism
Slightly tatty rooms come with larger than average bathrooms, a strangely forlorn atmosphere and a lobster and typewriter on the wall!
The rooms in this well-maintained hotel a few kilometres west of town are spick-and-span and the receptionist bounces with enthusiasm. There is a small pool and a restaurant (mains YR300 to YR500) that isn’t such a highlight.
This excellent budget hotel has clean and comfortable rooms that are kept smelling fresh thanks to liberal use of incense.