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Staybridge Suites Beirut

Alfred Nobel Street

Outstanding 100%
Swimming Pool
Free Breakfast
Air Conditioning
Top From £132 per night

Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand

Charles De Gaulle Street Horsh Tabet Sin El Fil

Excellent 90%
Swimming Pool
Top From £147 per night

InterContinental Phoenicia Beirut

Minet El Hosn

Excellent 90%
Swimming Pool
Top From £187 per night

Four Seasons Hotel Beirut

1418 Prof. Wafic Sinno Ave Minet El-hosn

Excellent 90%
Swimming Pool
Top From £240 per night

Le Gray

Martyrs Square Central Distric Beirut Central District

Excellent 90%
Swimming Pool
Top From £193 per night

Raouché Arjaan by Rotana

Chouran Street

Excellent 90%
Swimming Pool
Top From £147 per night

InterContinental Le Vendome Beirut

Ain Mreysseh Street PO Box 13

Excellent 90%
Air Conditioning
Top From £162 per night

Mövenpick Hotel Beirut

General De Gaulle Avenue Raouche 2038

Great 80%
Swimming Pool
Top From £201 per night

Riviera Hotel Beirut

Avenue de Paris Corniche El Manara PO Box 11-4021

Great 80%
Swimming Pool
Top From £147 per night

Hilton Beirut Metropolitan Palace

Dimitri Hayek St, Horsh Tabet Si

Great 80%
Swimming Pool
Top From £140 per night

Vie Boutique Hotel

Abdullah el Mashnouk

Great 80%
Free Breakfast
P24 Hour Reception
Top From £140 per night

Mayflower Hotel

Yafet Street Hamra

Good 70%
Swimming Pool
Free Breakfast
Air Conditioning
P24 Hour Reception
Top From £154 per night
dazloh Good location to all the places. Breakfast was abit boring. Not much selection, even it is a 4 star hotel (may just 2 star, I guess). Overall the room is alright, good for 2 people. The hotel is offering day tours. Please make sure you get the final quote in BLACK & WHITE. I booked the day tours through the hotel. Upon arrival, i inquired abt the payment and they did not tell me anything on extras. Only on the 3rd day, I was informed to pay an additional 15% as VAT (value added tax)!! I checked everywhere in our previous correspondence (emails), nothing mentioned abt the 15% VAT. I checked the day tour schedule which placed on the hotel notice board and there was nothing abt the 15% VAT. I am not sure how could the hotel asked for that 15% where it was not mentioned anywhere at all? Just a piece of advice.

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