Golden Tulip Serenada Hotel Hamra

Abdel Aziz Street, Beirut, 113-5516, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Abdel Aziz Street, Beirut, is near National Museum of Beirut, West Beirut, Hamra Area, Place de l'Etoile, and Churches of Harissa.
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    Travel Blogs from Beirut

    The one where we powered through

    A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 05, 2012

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    ... nurtured, classical homes. The best stop was in front of the former largest Holiday Inn in the Middle East. Here we heard about its part in the civil war. There were even still soldiers occupying it. The history was right before our eyes.  Illness struck again. We were forced to separate from the group, to hail a taxi and return home. The Ellies were put straight to bed. Em had a far jollier time sharing martinis with her eastern European roomies, and later ...

    Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

    ... If there was order to the network of roads and highways it hid like a bunker somewhere beneath the surface. By all outward appearance, it was a lawless roadway arranged in an equally lawless fashion. My driving tactics were aggressive. Once out of the city, we drove through hilly roads leading up and over an arid mountain pass. In the less congested rural areas the drive transitioned into a scenic cruise.
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    First day in Beruit

    A travel blog entry by hyperfeedback on May 23, 2011

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    ... on a maın road whıch had three lanes of traffıc whizzıng by. Might as well as beıng stayıng in that house ın the mıddle of the M62- probably just as dangerous to cross. Plenty of places have chaotıc traffıc. Syrıa for example whıch I wen tlast year, had lanes of traffıc to cross but you couldat least step on the road and the traffıc wouldweave theır way around you. Hear ...

    The lure of Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by cindyhargrave on Mar 18, 2011

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    ... reality is they couldn't have been less interested. I was through immigration and customs in no time, in fact, I was in my hotel room within an hour from landing. The trip from any airport to town is always interesting. I saw my first protest - outside the UN complex, but overall my first impression was that the city, and the country for that matter are far more together and progressed than I ever could have imagined. So day 1 of my trip was pretty uneventful. The hotel was in a ...

    Byblos, Harissa and Jeita Grotto

    A travel blog entry by raniroo on Jan 22, 2011

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    ... Castle and a renovated souk makes this town a great day trip. Byblos has been inhabited as early as 7000 years ago, giving Damascus in Syria a run for its money. We lunched along the harbour at Bab el-Mina, and although not cheap, it was delicious. Eggplant salad, fish kibbeh, marinated octopus and calarmari were fresh and delicious. Definitely worth a day out to visit!

    Our last night in Beirut ...