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Al Fanar Resort
With its toes almost in the water, this hotel’s location is the principal plus here. Run by a charming family, it’s also homely, peaceful and welcoming, with rooms that are simple but clean...
Port View Hotel
A notch or two above the budget options in terms of comfort, the Port View is small, friendly and comfortable, and within easy walking distance of Rue Gouraud’s bars and restaurants.
Le Commodore Hotel
While the renovation of this Beirut institution didn't go far enough to really make this something special, the groovy foyer, great food outlets, and Hamra location help overcome the haphazardly revamped rooms...
Beirut's first and only 'design' hotel makes for a great alternative to the chain hotels in the four and five-star category. While the rooms are a little on the small side, they're very comfortable...
Beirut's best-kept secret might be this exquisite hotel, a converted residence in the leafy and rarified environs of Achrafiye, but close enough to the clubs and bars of Rue Monot and Gemmayzeh to be a hip address...
This venerable hotel may have lost a little of its charm after a recent renovation, but it's still an excellent mid-range choice. Its comfortable rooms are well appointed and the hotel does a great breakfast...
Inter Continental Phoenicia Beirut
Beirut’s most prestigious pre-civil war address is now back on the luxury scene, with miles of marble and all the whistles and bells you could hope for...
Large, bright, airy and tranquil, this is a great place to rest (or dip) aching feet after a hot day exploring Tyre’s ruins. It has excellent facilities, including a sandy beach, two pools, several restaurants and a pub.
Al Qualaa Boutique Hotel
Sidon’s nicest accommodation lies on the main road in front of the town port, in a beautifully restored building. Ask for a room with a sea view to make the most of a stay in this light- and antique-filled place...
The Mayflower Hotel
An old-fashioned Beirut institution, the Mayflower’s rooms are looking a little weary but they’re comfortable enough. The rooftop pool is a definite bonus, and a drink or two at the venerable Duke of Wellington bar a must.
Etoile Suites Hotel
This new boutique hotel is the only hotel in the heart of the restored Downtown area. Situated in a wonderful historic building, the suites here are individually styled and decorated, with the emphasis on comfort...
Located smack-bang in the centre of Hamra, this is a long-standing favourite for many travellers familiar with Beirut. Now with a new coat of paint, it's even better value than before...
A slightly faded, elegant hotel that's a few guests and a couple of generations away from being atmospheric. However, the rates are good value for what you get and it's another handy mid-range hotel option in Hamra...
Mövenpick Hotel And Resort Beirut
A reliable summer option for visitors who want a brand name hotel, it's the waterfront amenities that set this one apart...
In keeping with the Lebanese love of all things stylish, this hotel is splendid - and definitely a cut above the usual Crowne Plaza - but with all of the expected facilities and an unbeatable address in the heart of the Hamra...
This dark (although not gloomy) old-fashioned hotel may be basic and a bit worn around the edges, but it's rooms are decent-sized, clean, and it's in a good central Hamra location...
Riviera Hotel Beirut
This hotel is simply the best Beirut summer option. While a couple of other hotels also have sea views, similar service and comfort levels, the Riviera has the advantage of having the best (and most lively) hotel beach club in Beirut...
Casa D'or Hotel
One of Beirut’s best midrange hotels, the Casa d’Or has bright, cheery and well-equipped rooms; equally appealing are its substantial off-season discounts.
This chintzy place across the road from the waterfront is recommended for its huge rooms that come spotlessly clean and are perfect for families that need some space to get comfortable...
It might look bleak and barren from the outside, but this basic place – while in no sense cosy – offers large rooms, and regularly receives good feedback from travellers.
Inter Continental Le Vendome Beirut
For those who find the huge InterContinental up the road too overwhelming, this small 73-room hotel is probably more your style. Set just across the road from the Corniche, it's at once opulent, elegant and personal...
Seaside Furnished Flats
These one-bedroom apartments are a good option for a long-term stay in Beirut. While they resemble student digs tidied up for a landlord visit, they are clean and each has a balcony (most with sea view), kitchen and lounge...