Crowne Plaza Hotel Beirut

Address: Hamra Main Street, Beirut, 113-7512, Lebanon | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Hamra Main Street, Beirut, is near Our Lady of Harissa, National Museum of Beirut, West Beirut, Hamra Area, and Churches of Harissa.
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    Beirut (or ADA disapproved)

    A travel blog entry by jsharp9012 on Jan 21, 2015

    26 photos

    ... Byblos. Byblos is supposedly the 2nd oldest continuously inhabited city on Earth and makes Beirut look modern in comparison. Following a fantastic Lebanese grill lunch at Feniqia, we wandered the alleyways and marina of Byblos, again spending an afternoon doing little more than exploring. On our way back to Beirut we stopped just before close at the Jeita Grotto. The Grotto is a set of upper and lower cavern systems that stretch for miles, with ...


    A travel blog entry by emilywright on Sep 29, 2012

    195 photos

    ... bravery. It is interesting to wonder which side they fought on during the civil war and it is a far greater emblem of the religious divisions in the country for a taxi driver to have lost an arm for his faith rather than to hang a cross around his rear view mirror. A travel guide: Areas: Hamra - AUB. Posh and expensive $500 room Nice park towards the back - Muslim Good cafe/bar in a inset center Good shop for cheap alcohol inside laziz inset Altcity is cool and ...

    Smilie Syria, seriously

    A travel blog entry by lucindafagan on May 02, 2012

    16 photos

    ... in "scary Syria"...not sure why but I have being weirdly confident about through Syria from the beginning. And my relaxed attitude to the whole thing were confirmed. Driving through Syria was no different to driving through Turkey or Albania etc. Sure there were one or two military check points where guys brandish their AK-47s but they were quite relaxed and once they saw we had absolutely nothing to hide they really couldn't care ...


    A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

    ... roadway wound back and forth and in and out, cutting across curved hillsides well above the valley floor. Neil loved driving. I was happy to let him take command too. Then his love of videotaping the drive coincided with the act of actually driving. He held the camera up and simultaneously tried to navigate the winding roads and watch the viewfinder. I sincerely feared for my life. I normally don't fear these things. ...

    The lure of Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by cindyhargrave on Mar 18, 2011


    ... after driving around so much. And despite being a bit over the food, I had the best chicken kebab I have ever had in my life for lunch. At some place in the middle of no where, I could never find it again, but it was great. So we've headed back to Beirut for our final night, where we'll say good bye to some people on the tour and no doubt battle the traffic and functioning chaos for one more night.

    So in summary, I've had a great week in Lebanon. Its hard to believe that I ...