Radisson Blu Martinez Hotel, Beirut

Address: Ain El Mreysseh - P.O. Box 11-1267, Beirut, Lebanon | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Ain El Mreysseh - P.O. Box 11-1267, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, National Museum of Beirut, and Beit Eddine.
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      Travel Blogs from Beirut

      When comic-book actions are fun indeed

      A travel blog entry by cariverga on Nov 14, 2013

      5 photos

      ... 1074;пере 76;, когда я окажу 89;ь в Берли 85;е и буду окруж 77;н ровно теми же араба 84;и, еблан ...

      The one where we were girls

      A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 31, 2012

      2 comments

      ... We would talk and more and more of their friends would arrive, and we would all shake hands. It felt like a very arty and creative scene as one would be introduced as a film director, another a film translator, and Paul sang some Fairuz songs in a classical arabic style, which although I am still not accustomed enough to to enjoy, I think it is very difficult to sing like that so it was impressive and created a nice atmosphere. Sadly, my the end of the night, Sophie, Bastian and ...

      Lebanon Trip Recap

      A travel blog entry by koppers on Nov 03, 2011

      ... including the best preserved Roman hippodrome in the world).

      We meandered through the town, checking out the three different archaeological sites, then wandered around the town's Christian quarter before returning to our car and driving back to Beirut.

      The rest of the evening and half of the next day were spent in Beirut, watching the sunset from the beach and doing the bulk of our present buying/souvenir shopping.
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      A complete unknown ... Lebanon

      A travel blog entry by jb. on Jul 14, 2011

      54 photos

      So after Jordan, next up on the Middle East itinerary was Lebanon. With a 1 week visa in hand (the embassy in Amman was adamant that's all they could give me even after they 1st asked for my flight details & said it wouldn't be a problem), and a 2 week trip planned, Jenstar & I flew into the vibey, super cosmopolitan & 'unconservative' Beirut.

      (FYI - our hostel was correct - it is possible to extend one's visa at the airport just before departing. ...

      Back in the west

      A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Mar 20, 2011

      2 comments, 10 photos

      That is almost how it feels like, when getting to Beirut after 3 weeks in Jordan and Syria. Muslims and Christians are pretty evenly represented in Lebanon, resulting in a more western style capital city. A nice change of pace after almost a month in Syria and Jordan, the lifestyle (nightlife, the way people approach you, availability of western commodities) etc. in Lebanon is very different from other Middle Eastern countries. Before the war of the 80/90' Beirut ...