Often referred to as “the Paris of the Middle East,” Beirut is a modern city layered with paradoxes and cultural complexities, with destination highlights varying from precious ancient ruins that span civilizations to multi-ethnic cuisine and contemporary style.
Perfect forAdventurers | Intellectuals | Foodies
When to goMarch-May | September-November
Ideal length of stay1 Week
Where To Stay
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Just a 15-minute drive from the airport, nestled in the heart of downtown Beirut, Le Gray is the sexy modern hotel choice for visitors to Beirut, with a great location on Martyrs’ Square near the grand mosque and the waterfront....
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Four Seasons Beirut
In a gleaming skyscraper overlooking the yacht harbor of Beirut, the Four Seasons Beirut is the city’s grandest luxury hotel. With marble floors, crystal chandeliers and a buzzing lobby lounge, the 230-room hotel is home-away-from-home for visiting VIPs, whether they...