Beirut is the capital and largest city of Lebanon. No recent population census has been done but in 2007 estimates ranged from slightly more than 1 million to slightly less than 2 million as part of Greater Beirut. With so many hotels in Beirut, when you come here for a 7 or 14 day vacation, you are sure to enjoy all that this place has to offer, including outdoor performances, fantastic weather and other attractions.
Sleep Cheap But Comfortable in Beirut
If cheap hotels is what you're after, Beirut has plenty to offer. We picked out top two Beirut hotels offering budget but warm accommodation. Arjaan Beirut is a stylish but inexpensive hotel. Guest rooms of the Raouche Arjaan by Rotana all have city or sea views and are equipped with satellite TVs and minibars. The Suites and Studios also have kitchenettes. Lancaster Suites Beirut cheap hotel is conveniently located just steps away from Raouche Rock and the Mediterranean seafront. It offers rooms with balconies, free on-site car parking and free airport pickup and drop off. All of the air conditioned accommodation at Raouche Lancaster Suites has modern interiors, and kitchenette facilities. Every room has a hairdryer and an LCD TVs.Â
Finding Luxury in Beirut
When looking for something more in terms of luxury, take a look at these two Beirut hotels where you can relax after long day and explore extensive range of indoor facilities that those hotels have on offer. Hilton Grand Hotel Beirut is a 5-star hotel offers well-appointed rooms with a view of the mountains, ocean or Beirut. It has a full-service spa with a gym and an outdoor pool. It is located in Beirut. Air conditioning, a satellite TV, and a minibar are in each room. The en suite bathroom comes with toiletries, a bathrobe, and a hairdryer. Hotel Galleria Beirut is a 5-star hotel offers spacious accommodation with air-conditioning. Standard features include flat-screen satellite TV, seating area and a minibar. The executive rooms feature separate desk and working area. The bathroom is fitted with a bathtub and free toiletries. Prices start from Â£ 117 per night.
Independent but Idyllic Hotels
When choosing your hotel in Beirut, there are many things to consider, such as location and number of activities in the hotel. For example, Le Patio Downtown Beirut Le Patio features 41 uniquely styled guest quarters, including 26 suites and 15 rooms. All rooms and suites have tea and coffee facilities, free daily newspapers, a pillow menu and an LCD TV. They offer views of the Mediterranean Sea, Lebanon Mountain or Solidere pedestrian area. Ironing facilities with daily housekeeping and turn-down service are also available. Lavender Home Beirut offers rooms and apartments of Lavender feature a modern interior. All have a seating area, a work desk, and tea and coffee making facilities. Some have a separate living area and a kitchenette.