Ramada Plaza Beirut Raouche

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Australia Street, Raouche Area, Beirut, Lebanon
Ramada Plaza Beirut Raouche
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
48%
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Very Good
27%
24
Average
13%
12
Poor
4%
4
Terrible
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5

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 47% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples84
  • Solo86
  • Business81

More about Safir Heliopolitan Hotel

Italian with big portions!!!

by Ghina about Alfornayo

This place is great, nice atmosphere, great delicious italian food, you can never finish your plate even if u r hungry, the portions are just too big with very fair pricing!!
Karaoke nights on sunday, extremly nice!!!

Enjoy
At the safir Heliopolitan Hotel, this restaurant is great!! Fettucini alfredo
Chichekc ceasar Salad

Lasagna bolonese

Photos

A mounted mosaicA mounted mosaic

The Church from afarThe Church from afar

The church's porticoThe church's portico

The interior of the mosqueThe interior of the mosque

Forum Posts

taxi fare from El Hamra to Jeita

by ocean1274

please i need to know how much should i pay a taxi from the hotel in el hamra to go with it direct to harisa and jeita please help me to know .
regards.

Re: taxi fare from El Hamra to Jeita

by uglyscot

No idea. I went on a tour that covered these places and aothers.

Re: taxi fare from El Hamra to Jeita

by Badoura

It's possible to find drivers that will spend a full day with you for 100-150 USD and approx 75 for half a day.

Though it's not far to Jeita/Harissa, expect one hour or so each way, it's a jammed distance...

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Downtown, Grand Mosque

by sachara

Not far from the Place des Martyrs in the destroyed area at the north west side, we had a look at the Grand Mosque or the Omari Mosque. The mosque is damaged during the war, but the minaret and some parts are still to see. This building was originally built as a church of John the Baptist during the Byzantine era. Before the church there was a Roman temple of Jupiter at the same site.
The conversion to a mosque took place in1291 AD, when Salah ad-Din retook Beirut.

Currency - Lebanese Pound or 'Lira'

by miso80

The Lebanese currency is the Lebanese Pound (LBP) or as it is called in arabic the 'Lira'.
Both the LBP and the US dollar are used interchangeably in Lebanon, and the value of
1 USD is equivalent to 1500 LBP

If you do go to have a currency exchange you may realise that there may be a very slight difference to this - 1 USD may be 1507 LBP..but the difference is very slight in general.

Just to give you the value of LBP, some common examples would be:
500 ml of water = 500 LBP = 33 cents
Can of pepsi = 750 or 1000 LBP = 45-66 cents

We have bank notes for the values of: 1000, 5000, 10000, 20000, 50000, 100000 LBP.
There are also coins for: 50 LBP and 100 LBP (which you will always lose and no one will ever want to accept ;-) ) and there are 250 and 500 LBP coins which will come in handy, and are accepted :)

Sanayeh Public Gardens

by RblWthACoz

This is the only public garden in all of Beirut. An interesting mix of old men and families, it is a spot to relax and people watch. If you want a coffee to sip on while you sit, someone will walk around with a metal tray and ask if you want any.

P.S. No photography is allowed. He he. Oops.

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 Ramada Plaza Beirut Raouche

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Safir Heliopolitan Beirut

Address: Australia Street, Raouche Area, Beirut, Lebanon