Tucked away in Tripoli’s charming Al Mina neighborhood stands the decadent Via Mina Hotel, a nineteenth-century heritage home that promises guests an unforgettable experience. We speak with Fadi LeSidon, the hotel’s general manager, to learn more about this exquisite property in one of Lebanon’s most underrated cities.
The explosion at the port of Beirut had a massive impact on commercial property in the capital, particularly on restaurants, bars and hotels. However, in the face of adversity, Le Gray Beirut — one of the country’s most loved hotels — has made a big statement in the best way it knows how: through art. Rita Saad, Le Gray’s director of marketing and public relations, gives us the lowdown.
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To continue to provide the most outstanding level of service and guest comfort, even during and after the current situation, Kempinski Summerland Hotel & Resort Beirut has launched the Kempinski ‘White Glove’ service.
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Valentine’s Day is all about romance, and what is there more romantic than a day out at one of the country’s most luxurious hotels? This year, treat yourself and your loved one to a romantic getaway at Phoenicia Hotel Beirut.
Nestled in the hills overlooking the Lamartine Valley in Metn, the Cherry Blossom Boutique Hotel is a peaceful retreat offering guests a memorable stay in the heart of nature.
Royal Tulip aims to provide elegant and luxurious facilities, highly personalized services, ultra-modern amenities and a deluxe-level of comfort for both business and leisure visitors.
Celebrating the ancient Japanese art form, the Phoenicia Beirut Hotel is hosting an exhibition of origami in partnership with the Japanese Embassy and Ms. Matahiro Yamaguchi, the wife of the Japanese ambassador.
Back for its third edition, the Phoenicia Hotel’s Art Photo Competition awarded Marcia Gunning first prize for her photograph. We take a closer look at the entries. The year-long competition garnered…
The Grand Sofar Hotel has reopened its doors for the first time in decades this month, allowing visitors to explore the once-opulent halls where the likes of Oum Kalthoum and Asmahan spent their summers.