Royal Plaza Hotel

Address: Raouche Main Road, Beirut, Lebanon | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Raouche Main Road, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, Beit Eddine, and Solidere.
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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

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... 1077;нь споко 81;ной мален 00;кой стран 86;й, что в прият 85;ом смысл 77; контр 72;стиру& #1077;т с агрес ...

The one where we were girls

A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 31, 2012

2 comments

... after the previous weeks win (of a bottle of vodka), Our secret weapon is a man called David who works for the UN and he arrived just in time to correct our first answer sheet (R on radio signal codes is Romeo not Radio). We were winning by a good 6 points but still had a few round left, one of which was 80s music round which as a table of '85+ kids we were unsure of winning.. However we had not counted on Nicks superior knowledge of all 80s one hit wonders, which earned us ...

A complete unknown ... Lebanon

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

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... not to mention delicious ice cream), Tripoli was, as to be expected, more conservative than Beirut & the people friendlier (cos they see fewer tourists). It was here that a coffee-walla insisted we join him & his mate for a divine lunch in their small shop. Man, the warm hummus was good!

In addition to Tripoli, another must see is the city of Balbek with its amazing ruins. Our hostel room had a balcony that overlooked the ruins & it was from here that we ...

3 days in Lebanon

A travel blog entry by _momad_ on May 30, 2011

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... br> when we got there we got let out of the bus in a dusty intersection, and we were doubtful of our decision, however after asking a nice local woman, 'what do tourists do here?' she pointed us in the direction of the ruined castle and beach.
We explored these ancient ruins which were made even more atmospheric by the lack of tourists.
A lovely beach awaited us beside the town below. The beach was clearly geared for tourists as it had deck chairs and beds set up but the ...

Back in the west

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

2 comments, 10 photos

... stunning views) the Hezbollah museum in Mleeta and the Khiam prison. For the prison we first had to go to a military base to get a permit for driving into the UN adminstered zone (quite an experience already). When we got into the UN zone, we also went to the fence that seperates Israel and Lebanon; pretty impressive set-up with a lot of heavily armed soldiers on both sides. This trip would have not been possible by public transport (and probably too difficult to ...