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Le Royal Beirut Hotel by Bluebay is a stunning five star resort perched on a hill with splendid views of the Mediterranean. It is located less than 15 kilometers from the city center and the airport. Its 230 rooms are equipped with every comfort and quality of an establishment worthy of its rank and category.
The resort has a huge water park inside called Watergate, one of the most popular throughout the Middle East, extending its many attractions and pools on just over 2 hectares of land.
All rooms are equipped with flat-screen satellite TV with access to video games, furnished balcony with panoramic view, coffee maker, safe and a sound system. Some suites have kitchens, living rooms and private terraces. All units of Le Royal Beirut feature wireless high-speed internet as well as several special facilities for the people with reduced mobility.
The hotel features within its premises a fabulous spa spread over three levels with magnificent sea views. Its 3,500 square meters include an indoor pool, indoor and outdoor jacuzzi, sauna, mud bath, turkish bath, tennis and squash courts, many innovative treatments for the skin care, fitness and personal trainer services and various aerobic classes activities tailored to different levels of intensity.
The complex has a total of 230 rooms. There are different types of accommodation in Le Royal Beirut Hotel by BlueBay to fit perfectly to the needs of each customer. Its standard rooms are considered the largest a guest can currently find on the market.
In addition to the already named, very spacious standard room with sea view, we should also mention the Deluxe Room with king size bed, the Superior Room of 70 m2 or Real Club Room which includes VIP services.
The suits include the Sea View Junior Suite, the Sea View Tulipán Junior Suite of over 100 m2 and the Junior Suite Deluxe with unparalleled views of Watergate.
At a higher level of quality and service are the Real Club Junior Suite or the Diplomatic Suite with sea view.
Superb room with all the qualities of a 5-star hotel, plus the rooms offer the most square meters of space for its guests available in the market.
Accommodation equipped with all the comforts and quality of a 5-star establishment, with even higher standards when it comes to materials, finishes and luxury details.
A room of large amplitude, featuring all amenities, with wonderful views of the Mediterranean Sea and direct access to the green areas of the resort.
Superb room equipped with all the comforts of a high class hotel, featuring VIP services serving the most demanding guests.
Spectacular suite of great breadth and space with stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea with separate living room and a sofa bed.
Spectacular suite divided into two levels, with magnificent panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea, with perfectly equipped separate dining area and living room.
Suite equipped with every comfort and all sorts of luxurious details, with a separate living room and views of the stunning water park that houses the hotel complex.
Wonderful suite with no more and no less than 100 square meters, with enviable views of the Mediterranean Sea from its formidable private balcony.
Magnificent stay of almost 100 square meters overlooking the wonderful Watergate water park and equipped with bathroom with private jacuzzi.
A spacious room with the highest standards of quality and luxury within the hotel complex, equipped with private Jacuzzi and various VIP services available to its most exclusive guests.
From Beirut International Airport, take the road to Beirut until you see the signs of "Dowtown Beirut," where you turn right to take the coastal road towards Dbayeh, always heading north. After several minutes of driving, you will find Le Royal Hotel Beirut by BlueBay on your right, three kilometers after passing the ABC department stores. Another interesting route is by the Emile Lahoud road (20.4 km to the hotel). On leaving the Beirut Rafic Hariri international airport, head east towards the Airport, then continue by Al Iman The Khomayni road. Then turn right towards Camil Chamoun until Charles Helou road, then turn left towards Emile Lahoud until you get to Jisr El Watti. After departing from Sea Side Road, turn right at Nahr El Mout and then take a slight left onto Al Takaddoum where in a couple of kilometers, you will already be able to see the facilities of Le Royal Beirut Hotel by BlueBay.
Beirut is known in the world as the Paris of the Middle East. It is a dynamic city full of activity, marked on the map of the area as a social and cultural nexus. For millennia, this city has managed to reemerge and reinvent itself quickly, overcoming multiple natural disasters and numerous armed conflicts that have occurred within its borders and in neighboring countries.
One of the features that the traveler notices immediately upon arriving in Beirut is the genuine hospitality of its people and the eternal optimism they look to the future with.
This is a land where the soil is fertile and the sun shines in the sky no more and no less than 300 days a year. Beirut is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the Mediterranean. There are numerous cultural, culinary and nightlife-related charms. Its venues, restaurants, jazz clubs, bars, clubs and cafés are world class. The gleaming new center of Beirut features world's major commercial firms in a dazzling architectural environment contrasting with the classical businesses and traditional flavor of the Arab world.
This is the city of sun, cultural events, beautiful people, classical tradition and the most absolute modernity ... all in one. If the traveler communicates in English or French, they can easily enjoy all that this city has to offer.
Beirut is the main seaport of Lebanon and its population tilts around 2 million inhabitants. This inaccuracy is due to the lack of a rigorous census of population from the decade of the 1930s.
The city is socially and culturally divided between Christians and Muslims. After being completely destroyed during the Civil War (1975-1991), this difference became even more apparent from a division between western Beirut, of Muslim character, and the east, mostly Christian.
Beirut is the commercial, banking and financial center of the region, in addition to being a cultural benchmark in the area with a score of universities under its belt. Its multicultural and international character is also highlighted by the number of supranational bodies housed in its territory: ESCWA, ILO, UNESCO, etc.