Le Marly Hotel

Address: Alhamra, Main St, Beirut, Lebanon | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Alhamra, Main St, Beirut, is near Roman Temples of Baalbeck, Citadel Saint Gilles (Qal'at Sinjil), Al-Mina Port, and Khan Al-Khayyatin.
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        Stag n doe

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

        7 photos

        ... we were picked up to go to the bride's parents house (just the girls) for a night of music, appies and drinks before heading out to meet the guys at the bar. Which had valet service (love that!) we had a huge section by the dj booth reserved and hung out there all night.

        There is one thing that made me miss Ottawa a lot tonight. The smoking ban. I always forget when I ...

        The one where we found the pigeons!

        A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 08, 2012

        1 comment, 19 photos

        ... Having fulfilled our desire to see the land mark, even having seen it from all angles, the three of us entered a restaurant for some lunch. We all agreed this must have been one of the finest places to be dining along the Meditrranean; the floor we were sat on jetted out over the sea and we were perfectly placed for a view of the city and the coast. It was Em's idea to order a crab salad, which was a very good choice, and EW was ...

        (1) Beirut Today

        A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

        2 comments, 18 photos

        “Is it safe?”, is what everybody asked us when we told them we were going to Lebanon for a couple of weeks. I suppose for current generations Lebanon will forever be associated with war. There was the bloody civil war (1975 to 1991), pitching the multiple factions of this complex country against each other through ever varying alliances. Who hasn’t heard of the Druzes, or the Maronites, adventurous-sounding population groups ...


        A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

        ... to get a drink and then we could talk at the table. I went to the bar and the bartender whispered that they were dangerous and I needed to get away somehow. She told me she would arrange for someone to come by with a car. She would give me a signal when everything was ready and I could go out the back door. I went back to the table with a drink and sat down. Pasha and Squareface sat down beside me. They squeezed me in ...

        Wine, Hizbollah, Saida, and Jounieh

        A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos on Feb 22, 2011


        ... politicians.

        sandwiches, the breakfast of champions. Here's how it is done: pull
        open the bread, place 4 falafel balls in the center then puncture them
        like they did something wrong ...