Things to Do in Beirut
Le Royal Hotel in Beirut, Lebanon offers a convenient location to a diverse range of attractions throughout the country. Contact our Concierge desk to assist you with discovering the featured destinations,
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WINERIES IN LEBANON (click on the titles for more info)
Did you know that there are more than 45 wineries across Lebanon? They all share a common heritage, but each has its own story to tell. We invite you to discover them all.
Towering over the coast on a mountain top with a view of the Mediterranean and the Lebanon mountain range, this holy place is a site to behold. Travel up from Jounieh by cable car or drive to Notre Dame, also known as Our Lady of Harissa, only 15 minutes away.
Nominated as one of the new seven natural wonders of the world, the Jeita Grotto is a magical cavern deep within the bowels of the earth. A lake inside feeds Beirut with water and the experience of sailing on the lake within a mountain is unforgettable. This must-see attraction is only 15 minutes away from Le Royal Hotels & Resorts- Beirut
The best place to hire a boat, any size and go with your friends all around Lebanon for a trip!
Founded over 7000 years ago, Byblos was mentioned in the bible and dates back to Phoenician times. Its picturesque port, traditional buildings and famous seafood restaurants contrast with the ruins and old fort of the town, all very close to each other by foot Byblos is only a half an hour from Le Royal Hotel- Beirut.
Travel through time to the old souks of Tripoli, with its old soap market, gold souk, crusader citadel, Arabic patisseries and a genuine eastern feel. True Arabian flavors and a friendly people can be found in the old quarter of Lebanon's second largest city, an hour away from the hotel.
The trip to Baalbek may take a couple of hours, but it is well worth the visit. This is one of the best preserved Roman temples in the world (with later additions by other civilizations). Spectacular architecture, history and a museum onsite will delight you as you explore the preserved temple of Bacchus, the god of wine.
An astounding Lebanese palace that features the best of Damascene, Ottoman and Venetian architecture, Beiteddine was built by Emir Bashir Shehab II between 1788 and 1818. A small museum, gardens, mosaics and traditional hamam will amaze you in addition to a spectacular view of the surrounding valleys at Beiteddine.