Very good level of service: polite, efficient and attentive. The bar is well appointed and... See full review
Nov 30, 2010
The Radisson Blu Martinez Hotel, Beirut is a "first class hotel" located in the prestigious Ail El Mreysseh area, just a short walking distance from the shopping and business districts, cultural sites and beach. Rates quoted in USD are converted and charged in local currency and may vary subject to the application of an internal exchange rate which may differ from rates set by the central bank of Lebanon in effect at the time of your stay.
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The room that was offered was at the 2nd floor, noisy street - although officially it is a non-smoking room but for a non-smoker it smelled with smoke, the pillows, cover etc.
The manager reacted quickly and offered me a second room which was
clean but smaller with a shower room that's barely fits one person.
The overall experience was not bad but it is not worth the money. I was little bit dissapointed. The restaurant was quite expensive for a breakfast given the assortment and choice.
Very good level of service: polite, efficient and attentive. The bar is well appointed and comfortable. I had a very large room, with a relatively small (double) bed. The bathroom was beautiful and reasonably large as well, but the shower was
tiny, with a clingy shower curtain. Internet is pretty slow, but was free.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Walking tour of Beirut with http://bebeirut.org/walk Organized by American University of Beirut graduates, the walk gets you acquainted with the city and its history, in a very interesting and personal manner.