I normally always look to stay at a Sheraton or similar hotel from the SPG brand whenever I travel, because of my platinum status at the chain. In normal circumstances, I would have forgone that tradition in Beirut because of the cost of the hotel (US$300 per night), but my points helped to ease the pain. The hotel staff is quite friendly and helpful, and the rooms are nice, but not worth $300. The amenities are quite nice - large, comfortable bed; well-appointed bathroom; television; internet; minibar. However, the room was standard size and the bathroom was not so impressive as to put other hotels to shame. The fitness area is really nothing to be impressed with - a wading pool, a sundeck and a few exercise machines. The hotel bar and restaurant were both quite nice; modern and well-furnished with a good menu.
Unique Quality: The staff here was very helpful and knowledgeable. I'm not sure if it was my platinum status, but they did make sure that there was always a delicious muffin in my room every night, and also brought me a bottle of Lebanese wine to enjoy. The area around the hotel is not the most historic, but it is quite quiet, and not too far from the various amenities that Verdun has to offer.
Directions: About 15 minutes from the airport without traffic
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Address: Verdun, Boulevard Saeb Salam, Beirut, 99999, Lebanon