The Private Hotel

Salah Labaki Street, Beirut, 7408, Lebanon | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This hotel, located on Salah Labaki Street, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, National Museum of Beirut, and Beit Eddine.
Map this hotel

TripAdvisor Reviews The Private Hotel Beirut

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Beirut

You've come from the other side

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Aug 07, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

It's roasting hot even at 1000hrs as I walk to the observatory tower in the heart of Nicosia. It's actually the top floor of Debenhams. Great 360 views of Nicosia and surrounds. The mountains rise in the Turkish north with arid plains to the south. Those pesky Turks have painted a huge crescent flag on the mountain side just to rub it in. The old city of Nicosia is bounded by ancient walls forming a circular defence with arrow shaped battlements every 100m or ...

The one we wrote off

A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 06, 2012

1 comment

... which I was sorry to have missed. (these are all on DVDs I brought along, there is no tv in the room). We were still feeling iffy, but also wanted to get out of the sick room so we ventured to the cafe for a 7up. We played cards for a few hours and it was very restful. Luckily we had bought bread and crisps and cake the day before the wrights fell ill and that could tide us over for the meantime. We felt a little better and decided on having a restful nights sleep. Em ...


A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

... to the east, a district known for bars and night life. The bombed out shell of a cinema building separated Martyr's Square from a main highway cutting through the central district.

Since landing, Neil had one destination in mind. Le Chef. We walked down the narrow, bar lined road cutting through Gemmayze. The place would be easy to find. It was the spot where the owner earned a global reputation for ...


A travel blog entry by aclaire on Jan 19, 2011

1 photo

... br>
Lebanon serves as an example of what can happen when a heavily armed populace has sectarian issues that are ramped up. What was once the intellectual and cultural center of the Middle East spiraled into a brutal war where it is estimated over 100,000 people died. This was fueled by nasty political discourse and the "otherization" of different religious and political groups. Extremist rhetoric is dangerous; it doesn't matter whose mouth it comes out ...

Jeita Grotto--one of the new 7 wonders?

A travel blog entry by chris_lebanon on Jul 31, 2010

6 comments, 13 photos

... house for dinner. Johanna prepared some pasta salad and fahtoush (sp?). It was delicious of course. It was around 11PM or so and I was burned and tired from the day and headed back to Nounou's house for bed.

Alain and Christelle come in today from Paris! Patrick and I will pick them up from the airport at 2PM. Patrick said that tonight we will go to a bar/club with them in downtown. Should be fun. Until later...


Other places to stay in Beirut