Beirut

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The list of amenities at the glitzy, chandelier-strung Phoenicia Hotel are so large it's a wonder guests ever leave. — Time Out
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Hotelier Gordon Campbell Gray (One Aldwych, in London; Carlisle Bay, in Antigua) has fallen in love with Lebanon’s gritty capital, which is why he chose to open his latest property there. — Travel + Leisure
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3 reviews
Hotel Albergo, a whimsically chic boutique hotel, offers a completely different style of accommodations from that of a more mainstream hotel. — Afar Magazine
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2 reviews
This well-situated venue takes its cues from old Europe, with elegant and regularly renovated rooms and a glitzy lobby and dining rooms. — Time Out
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1 review
The best hostel in Lebanon, this hopping joint in the shadow of the Charles Helou motorway has a range of rooms and single-sex dorms, a communal lounge, a garden nargileh cafe...and a rooftop pub. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
For a taste of Beirut-stye bohemia, you can't do any better than book a room at this atmospheric B&B operated by the Plan Bey Gallery in Mar Mikhaël. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
The hitherto nondescript suburb of Badaro has been gentified over the past few years, and is now home to a crop of bars and cafes that are popular with the students at nearby St Joseph University. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Nestled on the flank of one of Beirut’s iconic coloured stairways, the Grand Meshmosh Hotel enjoys a privileged position in the heart of the eastern Achrafieh district — Lonely Planet
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1 review
City vistas are pretty special too, but if the upgrade is small, go for the Med. Rooms are effortlessly stylish and service most helpful. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Great for Hamra bar-hopping: it's opposite a whole string of them, and this modern hotel offers an excellent standard for the fair prices charged — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
In a curvaceous modern tower on the city’s marina, close to Martyrs Square and the financial district, the Four Seasons has become this vivacious city’s business go-to. — Condé Nast Traveler
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2 reviews
This family friendly four-star hotel is located right in the centre of Hamra’s main attractions, including shops, restaurants and bars. — Time Out
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2 reviews
Set just across the road from the Corniche, it's at once opulent, elegant and personal. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Beirut's fabled Commodore was the base and centre of operations for many a foreign correspondent during the civil war, as chronicled by Fisk and many others. — Time Out
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2 reviews
One of the cheapest non-seedy options in Beirut, for the bucks the Regis offers a great location close to the sea and decent, simple rooms. — Time Out
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2 reviews
Beirut's first and only 'design' hotel makes for a great alternative to the chain hotels in the four and five-star category. While the rooms are a little on the small side, they're very comfortable. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
A reasonably priced option that is similar in age and clientele to the Mayflower but a little more timeworn. The location’s ideal and there’s a retro Hamra feel to the place. — Time Out
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2 reviews
If you’re hankering after a well-deserved break in the city, you can’t go wrong checking into the Palm Beach Hotel. — Time Out
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2 reviews
If it's sea views and fresh air you're after, then book a room at this family- friendly Swiss hotel. — Time Out
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2 reviews
The best Beirut summer option. While a couple of other hotels also have sea views, similar service and comfort levels, the Riviera has the advantage of having the best... hotel beach club in Beirut. — Lonely Planet
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