Mandarin Oriental to open Beirut hotel

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced that it will manage a new luxury hotel and branded residences under development in Beirut, Lebanon.

Beirut, Lebanon
Beirut, Lebanon

Located in two adjacent tower buildings in Beirut’s Central District, Mandarin Oriental, Beirut will have 280 rooms and suites and 25 serviced apartments, designed in a contemporary style. There will also be 103 residencies available.

The hotel will feature extensive banqueting and meeting space, including a 300-seat grand ballroom, a 270-seat junior ballroom and a variety of adaptable conference rooms.

It will also offer a range of dining options including an all-day dining restaurant and bar, a lobby lounge and a spacious club lounge spread across the lower levels of the two towers. There will also be a fine dining restaurant and bar that will span across the top of both towers giving views over the cityscape.

Other facilities will include a spa, a state-of-the art fitness centre and an indoor pool. An additional outdoor pool will be situated at the top of the building giving views across the city.

Mandarin Oriental, Beirut will be surrounded by high-end retail, restaurants, culture and nightlife activities and located 15 minutes from the Rafic Hariri International Airport.

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