From the moment you step into the Gefinor Rotana the blend of traditional Arabic hospitality and the splendor of modern luxury will leave you spellbound. The hotel has a distinctive view over the city, the Mediterranean sea and the mountains and is conveniently located in the very heart of Beirut.
Gefinor Rotana is in close proximity to the main business and banking districts in the downtown area and Clemenceau street, leading institutions such as the American University of Beirut and Ecole Superieure des Affaires, major hospitals such as AUH, CMC and Trad and it is within easy reach of the exhibition grounds at BIEL and Forum de Beyrouth. The hotel’s exceptional location is also a short 5 minute walk from the vibrant Hamra street where you can find a wide choice of restaurants, pubs, bars and shops. The charming down-town “Beirut Souks’, waterfront Corniche and Zaitounay Bay with its marina and restaurants can all be accessed within a 5 to 15 minute stroll and Beirut’s Rafic Hariri International Airport is just 15 minutes away by car
Mevcut Tarih & Saat Cuma, 18 Eyl 2020 - 20:28 (GMT +3)
Mevcut Hava Durumu Cuma, 18 Eyl 2020 @ 20:00 LEB 27°C (80°F) Nem Oranı: 74% Rüzgar: Güney Batı 2.1
Döviz Bilgisi Cuma, 18 Eyl 2020 @ 20:00 LEB LBP ~ Lebanese Pound 1 USD = LBP 1517.5 | 1 EUR = LBP 1800.61 *Belirtilen döviz kurları interbank ve median için geçerlidir. Nakit ve kredi kartı işlemleri yerel ek ücretlere tabi olabilir.
Still vibrant as ever! A place you always remember
Lebanon, a small, roughly rectangular rugged land in the central eastern Levant, has its toes in the warm waters of the Mediterranean and its snowy head high above the clouds. Perhaps no other land has as many contrasts and contradictions. Civilised since before 3,000 BCE by the sea-faring Phoenicians, it was a link between the trade-routes through the eastern hinterland and those that crossed the sea to the west. Home to approximately 3.5 million people of seventeen different faiths, its past has not been tranquil. But today Lebanon is looking to the future: rebuilding its shattered cities and economy; encouraging the rebirth of the banking and business industries that made it a Middle Eastern hub; and welcoming tourists to its resorts, natural attractions, and glittering urban scene.