Etoile Suites Hotel

Address: 1281 Hussain al Ahdab Street, Beirut, 9611, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1281 Hussain al Ahdab Street, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, National Museum of Beirut, and Beit Eddine.
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      Stag n doe

      A travel blog entry by 613flavah on Oct 18, 2014

      7 photos

      ... the country how amazing it is to go anywhere and have no smokers around you. We were stuck with 4 smokers at our table alone and I guess my system isn't used to it, my nose swelled up and clogged and I began sneezing non stop. It was awful. Eventually they opened up the door to the patio and so the air cleared up but I definitely did not enjoy it while I was there. The worst part ...

      The one with all the naps

      A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 02, 2012

      5 comments, 11 photos

      ... in his hand luggage packing. As we did the big entrance to departures (al a Gavin and Stacey style) we saw two men holding a sign for "Emily wright" (not a la pam and mick). We waved and they came over and took our bags, and walked us over to the car, they asked where we were from and I told them I was studying Arabic so we started to talk Arabic and it was crazy that we could communicate like that. My best sentence was "the view from the plane is beautiful" Him: "yes, this is a ...

      (1) Beirut Today

      A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... and you’ll have a society as complex as they get; and that all on a piece of land one-third of The Netherlands.

      Beirut in mid-September is the perfect time to visit, after the summer madness of the returning Lebanese diaspora and holidaying Arabs, and before the rains set in early October. Beirut was the scene of massive destruction during the civil war, but – although occasional traces remain visible, in the form of ...


      A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

      ... that was crazy. I've got a lot of stories from Russia. Living there was a funny experience. That's one ****** up country."

      "I spent a lot of time learning about Russia," Neil began. "It was an interest of mine for awhile. I was looking at their history and they've had tons of opportunities to make something of the place and they always ruin it. I don't think they'll ever get it together."

      "It's ...

      Welcome festivities in Beirut

      A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 23, 2011

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... having coffee at a fine restaurant hanging over the sea, and strolling along the Corniche El Manara, also known as Paris Avenue. The people are so friendly, and many ask where we are from and want to practice their English. We rip ourselves away to return to the hotel and get ready for our welcome festivities.

      We gather for drinks and a chance to get better acquainted at 7:30pm, and then head out to our welcome dinner at Basma Ashrafieh, a ...