Jun 24, 2019 - Jun 25, 2019
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Where to Stay in Beirut
A true mish-mash of European style and Middle Eastern hospitality, Beirut has a variety of hotels to suit every taste with most of the action focused on the city center. Museums and clubs, cool bars and restaurants will help take your mind off the traffic, while the friendliness of the Lebanese people will add to the experience.
Downtown Beirut Hotels
This upmarket hotel features airy, contemporary rooms with floor-to-floor windows and sitting areas. Located less than a ten-minute walk from the coolest clubs and bars, Le Gray also enjoys a rooftop pool and bar, a cigar lounge, spa and gym.
A mid-price all-suite hotel, the accommodation is close to the hip Rue Gouraud area and features complimentary breakfast for guests in its international restaurant, a cocktail bar and rooftop lounge. For those looking to get around town at their own pace, the hotel also has bicycles for rent.
Although upscale, the Ramada Beirut is a reasonably priced option for those looking to be close to the city center yet only 15 minutes by foot from the sea front. The rooms have a modern feel, while suites are also available.
Beach Front Hotels
With its comfortable rooms and seasonal outdoor pool, the Warwick Pangea Beach Resort And Spa offers a beachfront getaway with lovely sea views around 27km (17 miles) from Beirut city center. Guests can also dine at any of the three restaurants.
Located on its own private beach in the city, the five-star Riviera also offers a seasonal outdoor pool as well as a kids' pool and club making it a good family choice. A rooftop terrace and a garden add to the chilled-out vibe.
As a less expensive option on the seafront some 18km (11 miles) from the center of Beirut, the Arcada Marina enjoy stunning sea views from its terrace and outdoor pool. A complimentary buffet breakfast is also provided.
Beirut offers a wide range of hotels of every standard and price. Discover the options available with our online filtering system.
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