Beirut

May 25, 2019 - May 26, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

As one of the oldest cities in the world, Beirut is filled with architecturally significant buildings. But though the streets are lined with old buildings, modern restaurants, shops, and bars are interspersed into many of the city's neighbourhoods as well. The overall effect makes Beirut a great place to visit for fun or to learn about Lebanon's culture and heritage. If you're planning a trip to Beirut, you'll find all the best prices on flights, hotels, and car rentals using Skyscanner's great travel tools. To find a hotel to suit your unique needs, simply enter your destination, travel dates, and required number of rooms into Skyscanner's Hotel Search. You can then narrow your search results by filtering for features like price and guest rating.

Top Hotels in Beirut

The top hotels in Beirut are chosen based on guest reviews, ensuring you can get a real traveller's perspective before booking a hotel. Le Bristol Hotel Beirut one of many five star hotels near the centre of town with very favourable reviews. The hotel features elegantly decorated rooms, 24-hour room service, and an outdoor rooftop pool. This luxurious hotel is perfect for romantic couple's vacations.

The Albergo Hotel is another centrally located, five star hotel with high ratings from former guests. Rooms at the Albergo are ornately decorated to give each space character. The hotel has many amenities for guest comfort, like a beautiful shared lounge space and plush bathrobes in every guest room. To see more highly rated hotels, sort the available hotels by guest rating.

Cheapest Hotels in Beirut

Travellers on a tight budget needn't worry - there are also dozens of hotels available in Beirut at an affordable price of under $100 CAD per night. Located about 2 km from the city centre, the Mozart Hotel is a three star Beirut hotel with budget-friendly pricing. Room prices also include free Wi-Fi, free parking, and free breakfast. Other affordable hotels, like the Le Duroy Hotel, also include these free amenities.

The Mayflower Hotel is a four star hotel offering travellers great value with its central location and fair room prices. The hotel is especially well-liked amongst solo travellers, though it is also suitable for couples or families. Rooms at the Mayflower are all clean and bright. Many rooms even come with a balcony overlooking the Beirut streets.

Specialty Hotels in Beirut

Though most of the hotel options in Beirut are standard hotels, there are also a few specialty resorts. The Coral Beach Hotel and Resort Beirut is a five star resort located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Though the resort is only about a one-minute walk from the beach, there are also multiple outdoor pools to choose from on site. At the resort, there is also a beautiful sun deck and terrace, perfect for getting some fresh air and soaking up the sun. The summer months in Beirut can be quite hot and sunny, so be sure to bring your sunscreen!

The Kempinski Summerland Hotel and Resort Beirut is another specialty hotel in the Beirut area. The resort has its own private beach as well as an outdoor pool, spacious rooms, a luxury spa, and beautiful gardens. There is also a fitness centre and tennis court as well as access to many fun water sports. With so many great amenities, this resort is a great choice for relaxing family vacations.

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What are travelers saying about Beirut?

9.8
History Buffs
9.2
Foodies
8.7
Nightlife Lovers
8.4
Adventure Travelers
7.0
Family Travelers
Member reviews (101)
O. Hamzeh
O. Hamzeh
5/18/19

Deep search where you should go and you'll have the time of your life! It's always helpful to be friends with locals there, they will take you to much better places than what's recommend on the internet.

Abubakre Tag El-Din
Abubakre Tag El-Din
11/23/18

I went for conference but enjoyed the accompanying social programme. Roche rock, The Jeita Grotto, Martyr Cemetery, and hills by Palestine border

Ramzi Hammoud
Ramzi HammoudJeddah, Saudi Arabia
11/24/17

Known as the Paris of the Middle East, Beirut has always something to offer. Be prepared for an adventure

Michel Khawam
Michel KhawamBeirut
9/29/15

One of the oldest city in the world It's a romantic and great night life city. It's also one of the most cultural city.

FAQs

The least expensive month is May, with an average of C$ 113 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Beirut is August, with an average price of C$ 137 per night.
The average price of a hotel in May last year was C$ 125 per night. This is 3% less than the average nightly price of C$ 130 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Beirut, the expected average temperature in May is 22.0°C/71.5°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 30.7°C/87.3°F. The coolest month is February, with temperatures averaging 10.8°C/51.4°F.
The nearest airport to Beirut is Beirut (BEY) (8.45km).

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