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InterContinental PHOENICIA BEIRUT

Po Box 11,Minet El Hosn
Beirut 
Nightly Rates: (USD$255.00 - USD$450.00)
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The grand hotel of the Middle East, Phoenicia is within walking distance to a host of art, shopping, dining and entertainment spaces. Overlooking the Mediterranean, next to trendy zaitunay bay and Beiruts famous corniche, it is only ten minutes from the airport. Close by, Beirut souks and downtown are a hive of characterful bars, cafes and restaurants. Exquisite cuisine, designer boutiques and contemporary art collections are complemented with our staff, attending to your every need.

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  American Dollars
Number of floors:  32
Number of rooms:  446
Number of suites:  60
Time zone:  GMT

Restaurants:

Mosaic Restaurant: Famous for its breakfast buffet the largest in Lebanon, the hotel is also known for its Sunday lunch featuring live cooking stations and Friday seafood buffets. Mosaic Restaurant offers a crafted menu of international food with creative variations and a L
Caffe Mondo: Showcasing the most authentic Italian cuisine including a diverse array of antipasti, hand made pasta, open salad bar, daily specials and lavish signature desserts, Caffe Mondo welcomes you every day of the week. Treat your senses to an Italian journey, o
Cascade Lounge: Sit back and relax in our elegantly comfortable Cascade Lounge Bar that serves coffee and tea, virgin drinks and specialty cocktails. Open round the clock, it's a popular venue for informal business meetings. Or you can simply relax with a newspaper to th
Eau De Vie: Unwind in our rooftop lounge offering stunning sea views and signature cocktails. Treat your senses to a culinary adventure with prime meat cuts and seafood, and discover the rarest single malt whisky collection in the country. Relish wine by the glass or
Em Sherif: Em Sherif is a fine dining restaurant that offers unique, authentic Oriental cuisine which brings back forgotten traditional Lebanese flavors.
Mayrig: Mayrig is an Armenian restaurant that adapts the popular classics of Armenian cuisine, while generously borrowing from Lebanese and other Mediterranean influences, in order to feast guests on a dazzling array of flavors.
Music Hall: Known as the place where the heart of world fusion music beats, this live music stage represents a unique concept, from short live musical acts unveiling talents from around the world to a series of staged eclectic performances.
Papercup: A coffee infused book therapy, a dedicated specialized bookshop. Located on a charming street you will find shelves filled with beautiful books on thrilling topics,while striving to serve you a great coffee.
Amethyste Lounge: Chill by the outdoor pool with your friends while you revive your senses with fresh juices or home-made ice tea. Nibble on mini-bites and entrees at the rhythms of lounge music, and enjoy a frui-flavored Shisha. When the night falls, explore our wine list

Recreation:

Fitness center on-site
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Whirlpool
Children's program - The Phoenicia Planet Trekkers Kids Club provides various activities such as arts and crafts, indoor and outdoor games, group activities, quiet time for homework and reading, and computer access.

Room Info:

Connecting rooms
DVD player, Rollaway bed
CD player, DVD player, Coffee/Tea maker, Full kitchen, Kitchenette, Cups/glassware, Pots and pans, Rollaway bed
standard room: TV
club intercontinental room: TV
premium sea view: TV
superior king city view: TV
superior queen city view: TV
grand deluxe twin room: TV
club phoenician suite: TV

Meeting Facilities:

Berytus: Its a 322 square meters area, perfect venue for any event
Tyre: Its a 368 square meters area, perfect venue for any event
Sidon: Sidon is a 368 square meters area, a perfect venue for any event
Byblos: Byblos is a 230 square meters venue.
Carthage 1: Carthage 1 is a high-tech meeting room designed to accomodate all kinds of conferences, with a private foyer for caucuses and coffee breaks.
Carthage 2: Carthage 2 is a high-tech meeting room designed to accomodate all kinds of conferences, with a private foyer for caucuses and coffee breaks.
Europa: With its 36 square meters and state of the art technology, Europa is the most perfect boardroom specially designed for small meetings.
Elyssar: Elyssar provides you with a unique setting for all kinds of venues. Whether you are having a conference or a small reception, this 63 square meters room is the answer to your quest.
Hiram: Hiram is located on the 05th floor, perfect for small meetings
Tanit: Tanit is located on the 07th floor, perfect for small meetings
Astarte: Astarte is located on the 06th floor, next to the Club Lounge, perfect for small meetings

Hotel Amenities:

(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

  • Accessible facilities
  • Barbeque grills
  • Bell staff/porter
  • Cocktail lounge
  • Concierge desk
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Florist
  • Hairdryer
  • Indoor pool
  • Late check-out available
  • Minibar
  • Private bathroom
  • Safe deposit box
  • Shops and commercial services
  • Tennis court
  • Two-line phone
  • Weight scale
  • Air conditioning individually controlled in room
  • Bathrobe
  • Bidet
  • Color television
  • Cribs
  • Dry cleaning
  • Free newspaper
  • High speed internet connection
  • Interior corridors
  • Limousine service
  • On-Site parking
  • Restaurant
  • Satellite television
  • Sofa bed
  • Tour/sightseeing desk
  • Valet parking
  • Wireless internet connection
  • Airline desk
  • Bathtub
  • Car rental desk
  • Complimentary newspaper in lobby
  • Currency exchange
  • Electrical adaptors available
  • Golf
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Internet access
  • Lounges/bars
  • Outdoor pool
  • Room service
  • Separate closet
  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk
  • Transportation services - local area
  • Valet same day dry cleaning
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas
  • Baby sitting
  • Beauty shop/salon
  • Casino
  • Computer
  • Desk with lamp
  • Evening reception
  • Grocery shopping service available
  • Housekeeping - weekly
  • Ironing board
  • Meeting rooms
  • Parking
  • Safe
  • Separate line billing for multi-line phone
  • Technical concierge
  • Travel agency
  • Voice mail

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SAIFI VILLAGESaifi Village, a residential and artistic neighborhood, a unique art and shopping destination with more than 50 boutiques of art galleries, fashion designers, antiques, traditional crafts, interior and home decorating, wellness centers, restaurants, coffe

Souk el TayebSouk el Tayeb is an open air, weekly farmers market held every Saturday at the Beirut Souks,from 9am to 2pm. It promotes unity around a common respect for food, land, and agricultural traditions.

ABC MALLABC mall offers a wide range of merchandise, combining low, medium and high-end brand names of apparel, jewelry, tableware items, cosmetics and much more. Apart from shopping, customers can also enjoy socializing at one of the many different restaurants a

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Orient 499Orient 499 is a boutique and an atelier, featuring exlusive original handcrafts and designer creations. The items vary from antique to modern funiture, cloths and accessories. Located at a 2 minutes drive away from Phoenicia InterContinental Beirut.

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