WEIGHT: 51 kg
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Slept in this hotel for 3 nights few days ago. The hotel is apparently a decent hotel. While staying I realized that cleanliness was their main concern. My room was on a floor that was under renovation. Rooms are not too big. Heating comes from the ac and you have to wait to have warm air. I had the idea that the room is also used as hour hotel for meetings with local prostitutes. So next time I will try to sleep in downtown Beirut and drive to the Jounieh area where I do have some business.
This was the worst hotel that I ever stayed in. It was very dirty hotel and I attached some picture to show you how dirty it was. Even when I and my husband asked them to bring the breakfast to our room they first refused to do so saying that they are very busy!!!!!!!
I never saw a hotel like that, it was literary a nightmare. I love this hotel. The rooms are big and clean with a nice balcony. We have had breakfast and dinner there and they were excellent and delicious! The staff were helpful! The area is nice and safe. Near so many cafes and beach. There is a macdonald , kfc , dunkin donuts and so many local resturants within walking distance!
Very good hotel for leisure. The hotel is good. The location is excellent, right walking distance from Jounieh, maameltein, kaslik, and 5 minute ride from the casino. It is however a bit far from downtown beirut district 20 minutes by car if there is no traffic jam. It was also a short ride away from the corniche, with possibility for morning walks beside the sea. The hotel is very clean, and the staff are extremely friendly and helpful. There is underground car parking for the hotel, very convenient if you are renting a car.
The room is quite spacious, the bathroom is modern, and there was a balcony with view of Harissa of Lebanon. There was a bed, minibar, tv with satellite and cabel channels, table with 2 chairs. The lighting was adequate. There was AC in the room, but we preferred to open the balcony door, since the weather was so nice.