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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    Beirut (or ADA disapproved)

    A travel blog entry by jsharp9012 on Jan 21, 2015

    26 photos

    ... street, we toured downtown on Saturday, venturing past the heavily guarded Government Palace to try to visit the Maghen Abrahama Synagogue (destroyed during the civil war then restored over 5 years by a Lebanese Muslim) but were unsuccessful due to security in the area. So our quick trip ended as we packed the wheelchair and boarded our flights back to Riyadh, extremely grateful for the opportunity to visit such a wonderful city and, in my ...

    Notes

    A travel blog entry by emilywright on Sep 29, 2012

    195 photos

    ... Good student area logistically but feels very Arabic and welcoming Loads and loads of shoe shops Beirut mall here and big super market $300 room :Gemmayze Going out area, very trendy and flashy, packed full of valet parked hummers every evening Makes being a pedestrian difficult. Charlie's with blue door on gemmayze street is best bar, they give you crisps, olives, gerkins all for free! They also play really cool music and let you recommend songs Saifi, ...

    Smilie Syria, seriously

    A travel blog entry by lucindafagan on May 02, 2012

    16 photos

    ... was a greencard for Jabula (US$60) and we were on enroute to Beirut. Triopli looked horrendous from what we saw, again filthy and the driving was worse than Latakia (we would come to realise that Lebanon houses the WORST drivers in the world). As we came to see Beirut the whole place changed, it was much neater and cleaner but the driving was the same. Beirut is quite a modern and European place, pretty sure I am going to love it ...

    Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

    ... asked for our credentials. Passports were not enough. They needed some other sort of credential we did not possess. The soldier pointed us back in the direction we came from, handing us our passports once we turned the car around. We had reached the southernmost limit of where we could freely travel in the country.

    A little road in one of the towns led further into the hills, ultimately climbing up and ...

    Lebanon - Yalla habibi!

    A travel blog entry by waynedale on May 29, 2011

    15 photos

    ... theme. On one occasion I was invited to go with her and her TV crew to a farm in the south of Lebanon where they cultivate thyme (similar to oregano) to make zaatar, which is a spice mixture of thyme, sumac and sesame. Zaatar is popular all over this region and it's used on different types of breads as well as being an important part of a Lebanese breakfast with olives and yoghurt. On another occasion I went with her to the Chouf region to see goats being milked ...