Accommodation In Beirut
Culture and glam at the heart of the city
Beirut is sleek and sophisticated yet rough around the edges, providing an engaging destination that spans the spectrum of experiences. At the heart of the city, a potent blend of history, culture and glam will have you exploring the relics of the National Museum and impeccable streets surrounding the Place d'Etoile one minute and sampling the culinary delights of Abou Hassan the next.
Staying in the heart of the city is the best way to ensure you see and do it all. Style and rates range from the grandeur of the Four Seasons to the more modest Ramada. Independent and boutique hotels are also available with the Gefinor Totana Hotel and 35 Rooms providing excellent value for money.
A natural attraction
Enjoying a position along the coast of Lebanon, Beirut has plenty to offer those seeking a little bit of natural beauty. Sunsets over Pigeon Rocks are a memorable experience as is a cable car ride to the Jeita Grotto – two limestone caves with excellent stalactites and stalagmites. The city also offers plenty of parks and squares with beautiful gardens to explore.
A stay along the coast will have you enjoying all of the coastal offerings. The Lancaster Hotel Raouche, Moevenpick Hotel Beirut and Le Duroy Hotel offer comfortable amenities close to the water. Venture a bit further out of the city centre for easy access to the grotto. Le Royal Hotels & Resorts Beirut serves up luxury accommodation within close proximity.
Seeing the city for less
Beirut serves up plenty for those that are travelling for less. Easy to traverse on foot, the city invites low cost exploration with cultural hotspots including Downtown Beirrut, Hamra Street and the Corniche. Low cost hotels in these areas are abundant, ranging from hostels to local inns.
The Hostel Beirut provides friendly service and comfortable rooms in an ultra-convenient location. Or stay along the coast for less at the Seaside Furnished Flats – a great option for families within walking distance to Hamra Street and the Corniche.