Regis Hotel

Ein Mreisseh, Beirut, Lebanon
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Upscale and friendly for a budget price

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 21, 2005

My hotel:

Regis

I stayed at Regis, where I got a huge post-bombing discount. The staff, two young guys, one of which owns the place asked me to share lunch with them, 'we are lıke family here' gave me free tea and more tissues, whenever I ran out. As it was not very hot during the day but the sun really fries your brain there, at least mine, and the computer there was very slow when it came to updating a travel website-- I got to hang out with them a bit in the lobby area. They helped me make otherwise confusing locals calls, and I wasn’t even charged for it. No pennypickers them Arabc speakers. It was very homely this way, I didn’t feel like some stranger but like family, though the place seemed very modern. Breakfast would have been included but I have some dietary restrictions. It was not good for me to have the TV because I spent at least 1 afternoon just catching up on movies, a documentary about Iran that made me forget that I was already abroad and pretending to myself that I understood the Arabic in the soap operas.

When I left to get a cab to the bus station, one of the guys working at the hotel volunteered to help me get my luggage out to the taxi spots, howled one for me and negotiated the price. Don’t expect this—but before I knew what was going on and sat in the cab, he had paid for me too!

During that time period when few people were visiting Lebanon I paid less than 15$ per day, also because I was staying longer, but I think the normal price is a bıt over 20$, for a single. I think they had AC, but I am not sure because I never use it. The air blowing in from the sea was quite nice.

Unique Quality: It’s a block from the corniche, near the Palm beach hotel, and from my huge window I could see the Mediterranean sea, bathroom attached, hot water, electricity outlets, and with remote control and 60 or so stations. They had Zee TV!

Internet in the hotel, 3 minutes to the sea. They guys, both under 30, are very unpretentious and genuinely friendly.

Directions: Around the corner of a hotel called Palm Beach or something, area is called ;Ain al Mresse;

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Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 13, 2005

Pleasant, friendly staff. Rooms clean with TV, AC and bath with/out bath....Near Ain Mreisse Area, 3min to Mcdonald and Hard Rock Cafe. 20 minutes walk to Manara Lighthouse & 35 min walk to Piegeon Rock.(Good Exercise)

Rates Double: USD18/Without b'fast
Booking email:regis_hotel@yahoo.com or tel.

Unique Quality: If u need budget price, close to the sea(Paris Avenue) and where the locals spend most of thier time(Paris Avenue) its Regis!

U can also use their kitchen...

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