Going 5 Star in Lebanon: Three Top Hotel Picks in Beirut

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Le Gray in Beirut offers cool, modern interiors, with 87 wonderfully spacious rooms and sensational suites, exciting restaurants, all accompanied by warm and highly professional service. There are spectacular vistas of the Mediterranean, Mount Lebanon and the city’s impressive architecture from the rooftop, where Indigo Restaurant, Bar ThreeSixty and the swimming pool have superb vantage points.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The facilities are completed by the chic Gordon’s Café, the tranquil and beautiful PureGray spa, the high-tech gym and the Board Room. Le Gray is a CampbellGray Hotel, a collection of exquisite hotels including One Aldwych and Dukes in London, and Carlisle Bay in Antigua.

Up the scenic Mount Lebanon at 2000 meters high, you can stay in the InterContinental Mountain Resort Spa, Mzaar, a family friendly destination with breathtaking views and a stress free getaway in a natural environment. Aside from being the only 5-Stars ski choice in the region and a dynamic provider of mountain tourism, year round indoor/outdoor leisure, a world class Spa and proximity to major tourist sites are only few of many other pleasures.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Close to areas of archeological interest and the famous Casino du Liban, visitors have a marvellous choice of diverse leisure options. Each guest room is luxuriously appointed and a choice of international cuisine completes the perfect picture of an ideal holiday base.

The Royal Hotels & Resorts – Beirut is perched on a towering hilltop overlooking the Mediterranean sea, 15 kilometers from downtown and the airport. The property is close to the magnificent Jeita Grotto, nominated one of the 7 wonders, Casino du Liban, the historic city and souks of Byblos, ski resorts and upscale shopping districts.

The 231 guest rooms and suites are equipped with every modern convenience. The Royal SPA, spread over three levels and 3,500 m2 of space, boasts panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea, an indoor swimming pool, indoor and outdoor Jacuzzi, sauna, mud bath and Turkish bath, aerobics classes, personal training, squash, and tennis, in addition to many unique spa treatments.

The Watergate Aqua Park spread over 20,000 m2 is one of the largest in the Middle East, featuring exciting rides, multiple swimming pools and casual dining.

 

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