Nov 26 - Nov 27
Amazing property with great facilities, I loved the food, the swimming pool, the Wifi service and the location
Nov 29 - Nov 30
The first night we were in a "business class" room. It was very nice. The second night we were supposedly "upgraded" however there was no internet in the room and the TV did not work. Also the climate control was not working. Even though we were told we were "upgraded" there was no "business class" ...
Nov 23 - Nov 24
Overall great place and would consider staying here again, depending on the type of travel. I.e. as a solo traveler be warned that this is a HOTEL, not a HOSTEL. It has no shared areas where you can bring and eat your own food etc.. The rooftop is amazing, but it has the hotel atmosphere - not hostel. ...
Nov 21 - Nov 22
The hotel was dirty and very outdated. It had bedbugs in the mattress. The staff was rude and dry and they are over priced by a lot. $250 per night for this low class trash hotel is a joke. I will never stay at this hotel in my life even if it was the last hotel in Lebanon. The pool is a bunch of ...
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