Tamar Rotana Hotel

Address: Boulevard General Emile Lahoud, Hadath, Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Boulevard General Emile Lahoud, Hadath, is near Our Lady of Harissa, Hamra Street, National Museum of Beirut, and Al-Omari Mosque.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Hadath

    Some sight seeing

    A travel blog entry by 613flavah on Oct 20, 2014

    16 photos

    ... s hands in order to keep his palace a one-of-a kind. The Emir lived in it until 1840. Afterwards the building was used by authorities as the government residence. Following WWI, it was used for local administrative purposes. It was later restored and was then declared a historic monument in 1934. It was later named the People's Palace because it was built by the people's hands, blood and money. The palace is now an ...

    (5) Back to Beirut

    A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 12, 2011

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... they have demonstrated this more than once, in the past, to have government decisions overturned, or in other ways influence the democratic process. And the army is of no use, in such cases, because loyalties of army personnel are uncertain. Many, but not all, Muslim soldiers may well support Hezbollah, whilst many Christians have reasons to be either against, or pro-Hezbollah, depending on what they interpret as the biggest threat to their existence; ...

    (2) History of the Harbours

    A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

    18 photos

    ... Christian Maronites of the country from Arab Muslim domination. However, this is also at least part-reason for the string of conflicts that has dominated this country ever since its independence, which came during the Second World War. (A border with Israel, and undue influence of foreign powers through Lebanese interest groups is, no doubt, the other part-reason for the conflicts). It may also be the rationale for not doing any census ...


    A travel blog entry by hyperfeedback on May 24, 2011

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    ... 305;te grumpy. As ıt was still mıd afternoon thought I'd head to the temple of Echmoun whıch were some random ruıns.I orıgınally thought about walkıng but I,m glad I dıdn't. It just had really rubbısh dırectıons ın the lonely planet and was uphıll. Dıd walk back to the hıghway wıth lıttle help from Ovı maps and I flagged a taxı headıng towards beruıt.

    A.U.B. it's not what you think.

    A travel blog entry by aubreycox on Mar 03, 2011

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... a bad rate, considering in the States it is $40 an hour for dual-tutoring in Arabic. She also teaches English to professors at the American University of Beirut (AUB), which is the most prestigious university in the Middle East. AUB is located in Hamra, which is on the west side of the city. Because of the large number of students in Hamra, there are countless pubs, bars, and clubs in the area. We're ...