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After an unhappy stay at another hotel in Beirut, I was recommended the Promenade by a friend. The location was amazing as it was close to everything i needed it to be, including downtown. It has nearby cafes and restaurants which are amazing (some include...More
My wife and I stayed in this hotel due to the close proximity to her mothers house. This is our second visit and wish to present a fair and comprehensive review of this hotel.
First, the location...it is located in a very safe area and...More
Stay there, location is great , service is excellent. Close to everything. Good place if you are on Business trip to Beirut. So after along day working you can be at some excellent nearby places to enjoy a nice life night or a good dinner....More
A basic hotel with a restaurant. Gym doesn't really work, internet not included. Sounds like they are doing renovation on some floors, which might mean an upgrade at some point. Lots of good restaurants within walking distance and a good quiet neighborhood. 24 Hour Starbucks...More
Really old fashion hotel, big room not really clean, with a small bathroom and old furnitures. Two small beds singles even if asked for a double one. Really noise close to a traffic road. Internet connection really expensive in the room and only for single...More
US$129 - US$155 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#60 Luxury Hotel in Beirut
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Questions & Answers
"lower level is probably a good idea as i think there are reno's going on in the upper floors."