Address: Kaslik area, Zouq Mkayel, Mount Lebanon Governorate, 155, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Kaslik area, Zouq Mkayel.
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        Travel Blogs from Zouq Mkayel

        Rest Day in Aaqoura

        A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Oct 15, 2013

        12 photos

        ... the road to the foot of a cliff where there was a massive concrete spiral staircase up to a Mary statue. It was called 'Our Lady of Prison', fairly hilarious but I never found out why it was given that name. Have a look at the pics for what I saw. One cool thing was they illuminated it at night, along with a string of smaller statues around to the left so you could see them from the ...

        (5) Back to Beirut

        A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 12, 2011

        1 comment, 9 photos

        ... and time consuming process.

        It is time to wrap up this trip, wrap up this blog. A final Saturday afternoon, lurking on a shisha – the nargile - in one of Beirut’s beach clubs, allows some reflection. The impression from two weeks Lebanon is one of a small, complex, but rich country. Rich in history. Rich in diversity. Rich in taste: good food, good wines. But also: everything here is being done tastefully. The National ...

        Valley hikes

        A travel blog entry by lisaandluke on Oct 11, 2011

        ... for millions of years creating these long formations coming from the ceiling. We saw very similar ones in South Africa two years ago. They still manage to amaze us though. We were exhausted when we came back but it was the quarter Finals of the World Cup so we sat around with the other backpackers, including two new Polish friends..

        The next day we were supposed to leave but I convinced Luke for one more hike. We couldn’t ...

        Jeita Grotto and Byblos

        A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 26, 2011

        1 comment, 14 photos

        ... alphabet was first created. Here we tour the site where century after century conquerors and invaders occupied and built up fortifications. The Crusaders left a monumental fortress, which we clamber over enjoying the views in all directions. Lunch is local pizza specialties at eBaladi in Byblos. Yum (and groan).

        We return to Beirut and ...

        Ahhhh...did we mention we love the food? Yum!

        A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld on Mar 01, 2011

        11 photos

        ... watch the sunset over the ocean from our deckchairs on the clifftop. Although given that Byblos is less than an hour from Beirut by bus we didn't actually need to stay there.

        Like everywhere else in Lebanon, the food in Byblos was fantastic. We have been in food heaven since we arrived in the country and can't help but try every new thing we see. The only problem is that there aren't enough meals in a day and our stomachs simply aren't big enough. We understand ...