InterContinental Phoenicia Beirut
Start your day by heading to the beautiful Zaitunay Bay right across the street from Phoenicia Hotel. Home to a variety of restaurants along the sea, it is the ideal location for a delightful breakfast with a view as well as the perfect destination for a morning jog. A great alternative would be to start your tour of Beirut in the heart of the city itself, enjoying historic sites such as the legendary roman baths. Downtown Beirut embraces the different cultures and religious beliefs that are abundant in Lebanon. It is also the home of some of the most famous designer shops and boutiques in the country, making it a great destination to get some shopping done.
When hunger strikes, there are a few “not to miss” places nearby for all tastes. And no matter what you are craving you’ll definitely find it in the streets of Mar Mikhael, where you will discover a mixture of art, culture and culinary brilliance. It is the ideal place to take souvenir pictures and experience the real Lebanese life; if you’re lucky enough you’ll make it on time for happy hour and enjoy a drink with a chill atmosphere.
In Beirut, you can find the most glamorous pubs and restaurants vibrant with people of all age groups, partying “a la Libanaise”. Beirut nights are filled with music, dancing and dining. A wide variety of night clubs for all tastes and moods is the reason party goers always have a place to be from sunset till sunrise.
Beirut meaning “the wells” by the Phoenicians is the death-defying city that was destroyed and rebuilt seven times during its 5,000 year history. Beirut was selected among the new 7 wonder cities of the world in 2014.
The capital of Lebanon has much to offer from exotic cuisine and cocktails along to the most exclusive clubs in the world. Known as “the Paris of the Middle East”, Beirut has always been ranked amongst the top destinations to visit for its unique nightlife.
Jeita grotto, the “roaring waters” in Arabic and known as the jewel of tourism in Lebanon, was nominated to become one of the new Seven Wonders of the World.
Lebanon has a Mediterranean climate with distinct four seasons. Its mild winters are the perfect timing to visit our many ski resorts while spring gives you a chance to enjoy Lebanon’s beautiful nature by visiting the Cedars. Summers in Lebanon are made for beaches and mountain escapes for utter relaxation. As for the fall, it brings a cool and crisp weather, perfect to discover Lebanon’s historical treasures.