Hosn Suleiman is an archaeological site roughly 60km from Tartus in Syria.
The site is home to a Temple of Zeus, though it has been described as a Temple of Baal in the past. The temple would have served the people in nearby Arwad during its Phoenician occupation. Evidence suggests it remained a centre of worship into the Hellenic and Roman eras.
Today, the temple walls are still visible, but they have been poorly preserved.