THE Safir Heliopolitan Hotel is offering wedding packages for guests choosing to get married in beautiful Beirut.
“Fairytale weddings come to life at Safir Heliopolitan Hotel,” says a spokesman. In the heart of the city, overlooking the Raouche Rock and the Mediterranean Sea, the hotel is minutes away from Beirut International Airport and the city’s central district, as well as major shopping and entertainment areas. It offers luxury, elegance and comfort with 144 rooms and suites, including 12 grand suites, 12 executive suites, one presidential suite and two executive floors, offering the amenities of a five-star hotel, with special attention to details.
The hotel also offers a comprehensive wedding package with a banquet team ready to meet every demand of the bride and the groom. “The outstanding service of our specialists enhances the wedding receptions in the Emerald Ballroom with its extravagant staircase, lavish crystal chandeliers, luxurious carpeting and elegant atmosphere, which hosts up to 340 guests for a seated dinner and 450 for a cocktail reception. In celebration of your love, we have the pleasure to offer you a one-night stay in one of our luxurious grand suites,” says a spokesman. “As for cozy ceremonies, celebrate in style at the Ruby Hall and host 90 guests for a seated dinner, and up to 140 for a cocktail reception.”
The hotel has just completed a managerial training programme under the supervision of Dr Suheir Jarrar, training corporate director of Safir International Hotel Management. At the end of the training program, certificates were given to the participants.
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