Le Royal Beirut, located on the north east coast of Lebanon, offers stunning views of the Mediterannean sea.
This modern complex, with its elegant luxury liner motif, makes a distinct impression and is a prominent structure on the Beirut skyline. It offers 380 spacious rooms, all with panoramic views and luxurious amenities.
The hotel features ten restaurants and bars, a luxurious ballroom, conference and banqueting facilities, a shopping arcade and an adventure water park. With 128 suites and two Royal Club floors, the hotel provides elegant accommodations with state-of-the-art audio-visual and multi-media equipment. The 44 executive rooms and suites are spacious and include complimentary breakfast, cocktails and beverages throughout the day.
A special invitation to “tantalise your senses” is extended to all guests at the Royal Spa. The fitness centre has an airy environment complete with views of the sea. It features indoor and outdoor swimming pools and Turkish bath and spa with a complete range of body treatments. An added advantage to Le Royal Beirut is its amusement complex. Watergate is one of the largest and most sophisticated aqua-parks in the Middle East, offering a variety of rides and entertainment.
Le Royal Beirut is also home to the Pearl Ballroom, a spectacular setting ideal for weddings, gala dinners, exhibitions, conferences, seminars and private functions. It can accommodate 800 people and can be divided into three separate soundproof rooms for smaller gatherings. An additional five meeting rooms are full-equipped and multi-functional for conferences and banqueting events.
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