THE first hotel in the Middle East to be managed by La Reserve Hospitality Collection Switzerland, Le Dix Hotel, Beirut, will offer the ultimate in luxury and privacy when it opens this month.
The boutique property has 10 one, two and three-bedroom suites, including two duplexes with private elevators, and the luxurious interiors have been created by world-famous designer Pierre Yves Rochon.
Le Dix is located in the heart of Lebanon’s vibrant capital city and all 10 suites enjoy stunning sea views and their own fully-equipped kitchen.
Bedroom and bathroom linens are from a high-end Italian company, which has been producing fine linens for more than 100 years, and the hotel is currently in negotiations with further luxury brands to provide exclusive suite amenities.
A private 24-hour butler will be assigned to each suite and guests will have the option to use the underground parking facility, reached by a car elevator, from where, once parked, they can take the internal elevator directly to their suite ensuring extreme privacy.
General manager Tony Gergess said: “This is where comfort and style meet. The target market of our hotel is the upper-scale clientele of Beirut and travellers mainly from the GCC, Levant and Europe who care for their utmost privacy.
“We are still in the pre-opening phase and currently in the process of branding the property. We are planning to have a spa and, at this stage, we are in negotiations with a brand which we feel would be best associated with our property.
“We are also planning to have a cozy restaurant on the rooftop which will be a very exclusive venue.”
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