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Pension Al-Nazih

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Bolzano
Reviewed 14 April 2012

Don't go there! I booked a single room but i received a place in the dormitory and the story is happening daily. The price is really expensive and if the pension is full they rent the floor on the entrance for 10 dollars. The owner are a psico couple. On the other side of the road there is a cheeper...

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Calgary, Canada
Reviewed 7 November 2011

It was July 2010 when we stayed here but I just recently started writing reviews on here and wanted to let everyone else know about this place, that said it was over a year ago and I don't know if they have different management by now or not. The lady who was running this place last July blatantly gave our...

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2Thank DCIII
Kuching, Malaysia
Reviewed 26 October 2011

I never felt so strongly about a place that I felt compelled to leave a comment than I have staying here. First and foremost they charged me 30usd for a single room thought conveniently advertising a single room for 22usd on their website. 2nd night I was there, around 10.30pm, I was woken up from my sleep, because they apparently...

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Vilagarcia de Arousa, Spain
Reviewed 13 October 2011

The situation is really good, and as long as there aren´t too many budget places in Beirut, the price is ok as long as it´s really clean, quiet and nice. About some bad reviews I've read, I have to say that in budget hotels in Beirut they always ask you to confirm the booking one or two days in advance...

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Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed 18 September 2011

IT HAPPENED TO ME EXACTLY THE SAME STORY AS TO NAAJOO FROM VIENNA but one year earlier (September 2010)!!! I booked a room 2 weeks in advance over phone and email (I re-confirmed my booking and asked for the her confirmation). When I called to the hostel 5 hours before arrival to Beirut, which was schedulled at 3am, the lady...

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1Thank Arek L
Cairo-EG
Reviewed 27 June 2011

I stayed there for 5 Nights in a single bedroom Location: Best location as it’s 4 to 5 minutes walking to Downtown Street and 2 to 3 minutes to the Pubs streets called “jamyezah”. Location is very good Prices: According prices of Hostels in Beirut for me NAZIH was cheap 30$ per night but it was nt the High season,...

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Vienna, Austria
Reviewed 27 April 2011

Here my impression of al nazih: after writing 2 emails, on which nobody responded, i called the hostel 3 days before arriving. i talked to lady and reserved a room. when we arrived in beirut around 6 pm, the lady i talked to told me that she already gave the room to other persons, because i didnt confirm my reservation...

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3Thank naajoo
Istanbul
Reviewed 19 April 2011

Pension Al Nazih offers everything budget travelers might expect. It's clean, has a friendly atmosphere and is located very close to Rue Gouraud (also to Monot Street), where you can find lots of pubs. It takes about 45 minutes to walk to Hamra Street. The private rooms are small and basic, but they feature satellite TV, shower, air condition etc.,...

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Jonkoping, Sweden
Reviewed 18 April 2011

The position in the middle of downtown is excelent. But the safety feels extremely poor. I stayed there for four nights and during this time there was one fistfight between a guest and member of the staff, and one burglary atempt. The magager and her staff is very friendly but has difficulties to obtain order in the hotel. A better...

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Istanbul, Turkey
Reviewed 2 February 2011

I stayed there for 5 nights with my best friend. We had a double room with private bathroom, and it was reasonable enough even for two students. The manager is very friendly. We used to chat with her when we come back to hostel after dinner, she offered us tea, gave us daily news about political situation in lebanon and...

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  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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  • Non-Smoking Hotel
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  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Family Rooms
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  • Air Conditioning
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  • Free Internet
  • Public Wifi
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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  • Airport Transportation
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Breakfast Available
Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Pension Al-Nazih is a hotel offering the best budget accommodation for all backpackers and other budget travellers in Beirut, Lebanon. Pension Al-Nazih (also known as Hotel Al Nazih, Al Nazih Hotel and Al Nazih Hostel) is a small budget hotel in the heart of Beirut, which has been reconstructed in the original French Colonial style. Only a few minutes' walk from the Charles Helou bus station, Pension Al-Nazih offers clean, quiet and safe accommodation. WiFi internet access FREE. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Pension Al-Nazih

Address: Rue 62 Chanty | Bld. 3, Secteur 29, Gemmayze (corner of Martyrs' Square and Charles Helou Avenue), Beirut 20295203, Lebanon
Region: Lebanon > Beirut
Number of rooms: 10
Also Known As:
Pension Al Nazih Hotel Beirut
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“Either dorm or private rooms are great.”
maryindubai, 19 Sep 2016 | Read review
“The hotel rooms contain 4,5 beds and some rooms are for single and double. Breakfast provided by order”
abane409, 11 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Avoid room #10. It has a nice patio, but they will come in constantly to hang laundry out to dry.”
matthewmagellan, 2 Jul 2013 | Read review
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