Holiday Suites And Beach Resort

New Mina Street, Jounieh, Lebanon
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mzaar and beirut

by jubab

I am planning to visit Lebonon with my family (wife and 4 yr child) on first week of February 2011. I would like to visit mzaar sky resort and the gorgeous tourist places in Beirut city. My flight from Dubai will reach there at 10.00 AM on Thursday (3rd Feb 10) and Departure Flight to Dubai at 8.00 PM on Saturday (05th Feb 2010). How can I manage my trip??? I wish to stay one night in Beirut and one night in Mzaar. If there is any possibility to obtain the package tour combined to mzaar and beirtut??? what do you suggest that I can maximum utilize this trip??? What is the traveling time from mzaar to Beirut?? Also, which type of transportation, cheap and safe, can I choose during my trip?? (b’coz I’m with family). Also, which hotel can i choose for staying 3* or 4*. I request your advice for the total trip planning during this short period/// Thanks.

Re: mzaar and beirut

by Ronza

Hello again. I guess you got my answer in your inbox but I didn't mention any hotel:

In Faraya I can recommend San Giorgio Hotel ( It is not located in Mzaar though so you will have to check for transportation to the main sky resort in Mzaar. In the main Mzaar Sky resort there is only the Intercontiental Mzaar Hotel 5* very expensive as in February it will be Peak Season
In Beirut you have a big choice of hotels. 3* or 4* standard: Plaza Hotel (Google: Plaza Hotel Hamra) - Bella Riva Hotel ( - Mozart Hotel (Google: Mozart hotel Hamra) - Mayflower hotel - Charles hotel (

Travel Tips for Beirut

Neighborhoods: Gemayze

by travelmad478

My favorite neighborhood in Beirut is Gemayze, one of the more atmospheric areas that has not been developed within an inch of its life (like downtown) or smothered by modern commercialism (like Hamra). Walk east along the rue Gouraud from the Ave. Georges Haddad, going past interesting little shops and restaurants, and poke around the side streets to find all sorts of hidden architectural treasure. Gemayze was known in earlier times as a more Christian neighborhood of Beirut, although today the population is more mixed. These days, it's an up-and-coming trendy area with lots of cool nightspots--though in the daytime, you'd never know it.

New appartments

by MalenaN

The area around Martyrs Square was seriously damaged during the war. New buildings are now built and the new apartment block on the photo looks very nice (and expensive), and has a peaceful courtyard.


by Moustafa_LB

Hospitality is prized tradition in Lebanon. People feel honored to have guests in their homes, and they also enjoy visiting others. Hosts usually serve coffee or tea to guests. Etiqette requires that such an offer be accepted. If invited to a meal, guests might bring flowers, a plant, a special dessert, or something for the home.

Smart Casual

by peaceness98

Don't pack your bags, you might engage in some serious shopping there Summer: Light summer clothes, a swim suit
Don't worry about length/coverup, clothing is flexible here.

Winter: Jacket, umbrella- it gets cold but not extreme-

people dress up in Lebanon, so bring your trendiest. everythings available. dont stock up. camera/film rolls.

Damascus, Syria

by MM212

If staying in Lebanon for any length of time, then one must definitely consider going to Damascus. The capital of Syria is a mere two and half hours' drive, including passport checks, from Beirut. There are buses and specific taxis services that make the journey, or one could hire a private car (cost is typically $100-$125). A day trip is possible, but an overnight trip or longer is much more satisfying. Nicknamed the Pearl of the Orient, Damascus is one of the most fascinating cities in the Middle East, with history spanning 7000 years. The old city, its meandering alleys and labyrinth of souks are most intriguing and contain a tremendous number of astonishing historic buildings, including the 8th century Omayyad Mosque of unparallelled splendour. Although I've been told that an entry visa may be obtained at the border, it is best and smoothest to apply for a visa well in advance in your home country (please verify requirements).

Fore more, check out my Damascus page.


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Address: New Mina Street, Jounieh, Lebanon