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Crowne Plaza Hotel Beirut Star Rating 5        
Hamra Street

With views of the Mediterranean Sea, this upscale high-rise hotel is 3 km from Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque and 4 km from the National Museum of Beirut.Bright, modern rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemakers, in addition to minibars and safes. Upgraded rooms feature sitting areas, and some have sea views.
Le Gray Beirut Star Rating 5        
Martyrs' Square, Beirut Central District

This upscale, contemporary hotel is 6 minutes' walk from the Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque and 9 minutes on foot from the trendy bars and nightlife in Rue Gouraud.Airy, chic rooms feature sitting areas and floor-to-ceiling windows. All offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and safes, as well as minibars and espresso machines.
Coral Beirut Al Hamra Hotel Star Rating 4        
Rue Baalbek Hamra

This upscale hotel is 1 km from the esteemed shops of Verdun Street, 3 km from the Mohammad al-Amin Mosque and 10 km from Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport.Subdued, modern rooms with wood paneling offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, kitchenettes and city-view balconies. Suites feature separate living rooms; 2-bedroom units add sleek, sophisticated decor, plus dining areas and rooftop terraces.
Golden Tulip Serenada Hotel Hamra Star Rating 4        
Abdel Aziz Street

This upscale hotel in an elegant building is a 14-minute walk from the high-end shops along Rue Verdun and 3 km from the restaurants and bars of Rue Monnot.Plush, vintage-style rooms come with free Wi-Fi, minibars and TVs with DVD players. Suites add living rooms, balconies, and tea and coffeemakers.
ParkTower Suites Star Rating 4        
President Elias Sarkis Avenue,Ashrafieh

This upmarket hotel is a 15-minute walk from the National Museum of Beirut and 4 km from the closest beach.The sophisticated studios feature kitchenettes, living areas, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Many have private balconies with city views.
Grand Hotel Beirut Star Rating 4        
Hamra Street

This sophisticated hotel in the Manara district is a 9-minute walk from seaside amusement rides at Beirut Luna Park, and 6 km from the National Museum of Beirut.Polished rooms offer flat-screen TVs and Internet access, plus safes, minibars, and tea and coffeemakers. Suites provide living areas and/or 2 bedrooms.
Moevenpick Hotel & Resort Beirut Star Rating 5        
General De Gaulle Avenue

This posh beachfront hotel on landscaped grounds is 2 km from Rue Verdun's upscale shops, and 4 km from the National Museum of Beirut.Sophisticated rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and safes. Some upgraded rooms have sea-view balconies, while club rooms and suites (the latter with living rooms) add complimentary breakfast, club lounge access and airport shuttles.
QHotel Star Rating 4        
Rome Street

This ornate hotel with a neoclassical-inspired facade is 1 km from the upscale shops of Rue Verdun and 3 km from the Beirut International Exhibition & Leisure Center.Refined, gold-accented rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, marble bathrooms and balconies. Upgrades include canopy beds and soaking tubs.
WH Hotel Star Rating 4        
Lyon Street, Hamra

This laid-back hotel is a 5-minute walk away from the shops and nightlife of the Hamra area, and a 12-minute walk from bustling Rue Verdun.The sleek modern rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and safes, in addition to minibars. Suites add sofas and kitchenettes with stoves; some have balconies.
Sky Suites Beirut Star Rating 1        
Makhoul Street Hamara

This informal suite and apartment hotel is 2 km from both Martyrs' Square in the city center and the renowned Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque.The simple, modern suites and apartments feature wood floors and offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and kitchens, as well as balconies. Some quarters add touches of colorful decor.
 
 
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Beirut is the capital and largest city of Lebanon. No recent population census has been done but in 2007 estimates ranged from slightly more than 1 million to slightly less than 2 million as part of Greater Beirut.