Takaya Suite and Hotel

Ain El Tinem-Sakiat El Jenzir Street, Po Box 135550 Chouraw Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon
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cheap hotel and beach in beirut?

by vkgz06

hi i will go suria,than beirut
are there cheap hotels and beachs in beirut?

Re: cheap hotel and beach in beirut?

by Thelegalalien

There are plenty of cheap hotels in Beirut.

Check out the area known as Hamra.

The Mayflower, The Commodore, Cavalier there are a lot.

Beaches: Pearl Beach, is free Lazy B is pretty cheap.


Re: cheap hotel and beach in beirut?

by OussamaHarb

Try to search about AL-NAZIH - Beirut,Gemayze district,near the KATAEB HOUSE.
It's 1 minute far from the downtown !
Backpackers and budget travellers like it .

Travel Tips for Beirut

Charles helou Station

by reezal

Near to beirut Port. From here u can go to North...Jounieh, Byblos Mt lebanon and etc. u can also get buses to Sidon & tyre(South).Bus fare from 500LBP...
Taxi also available but its goin to cost u....a lot lot more...especially when they c u as a tourist!

Also bus/taxi to Damascus. Bus USD5 and taxi 6USD.

valid passport and a Lebanese visa

by sarrahh

Visitors to Lebanon must have a valid passport and a Lebanese visa. Visas are delivered by Lebanese diplomatic missions abroad. Tourists from the US and many Arab and European countries can obtain visas at the airport or any Lebanese border upon arrival.

For more information, please vsit:www.general-security.gov.lb


by mikey_e

You don't rebuild an entire country after 25 years of civil war in a week. In particular, you don't do it when the next twenty years are frought with civil strife, political crises, unresolved refugee issues and foreign invasions and occupations. This is all to say that no visitor Beirut or Lebanon as a whole should expect not to find scars of the past or blatant examples of the destruction brought about by the conflict that engulfed this small nation for two and a half decades. A huge amount of money has been invest in rebuilding the country, large portions of which have come from wealthy Lebanese investors who made their money in the West or the Gulf. Investors also play political games, so money has come from the US, France, the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Iran at various times as a means of buoying specific factions. The result is a motley spectacle of development and reconstruction, from the decrepit refugee camps of Sabra and Shtila to the gleaming office towers and shopping malls around Sahet an-Nejmeh. In Beirut, sometimes the best models for your photographs are the buildings that surround you and the voids that remain after the war.

What to Bring

by Moustafa_LB

Everything that you might require during your stay can be bought in Lebanon at prices comparable to those in Europe or America. In summer, light cotton clothing, a hat and sunglasses are essential. Visitors during winter months will require warm clothing

Pyschic Reading

by peaceness98

Do not pay more than $10 for this

You'll find plenty of 'psychics' offering to read your palms, turkish coffee cup, sea shells, forhead, nostril hairs (just kidding there)

I had a bedouin read my 'life' by asking me to hold some sea shells and throw them, I don't remember what she said but I do remember one thing being surprisingly correct..then again who doesn't have a young brother who's outgoing and charismatic (Today he isn't though! He ate my chocolate spread and I'm waiting for him to sleep to shave his eyebrows)

...Back to the psychics- Have someone read your future/past/whatever you like, and take a pic! most of the time they dress dramatically.

The lady who read for me was sitting in a resteraunt in Bhamddoun called 'Al Janna' - her name was Sabah


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