It was a good hotel in a good location in Beirut we loved and i was relaxed feels comfortable like my home and the staff was very friendly especially , Mona , Anwar, Muhammad they helped us in a good way as our family ….. But that hotel need more cleaning , and the rooms needs hair dryer, and good electric…. I will recommend it to all my friends when they want to visit Birut😊
We stayed in Le Marly many times over the last years. For what we paid we certainly received more, very helpful staff, clean rooms, some rooms are pretty new and recently renovated to modern styles, some are a bit old. We travelled as a group and sometimes we just hang out in one of the rooms, the reception provided us with all what we asked for even ordering for us from outside. just outside the hotel door, there are many restaurants and cafes. If you want from your hotel a clean spacious room, comfortable bed, great location, Le marly is the right choice if you want more than that maybe looking for another place, but remember few hotels in Beirut are in the same price range and the price/quality ratio in Le marly is unbeatable. The breakfast is a buffet with various dishes. but sadly coffee is not included and it will be charged to your room (you will be informed about each coffee charged to the room)…
Nice room , simple and cheap , toilet smells a bit dirty , and the down part , too many mosquitoes at night , they should advise everyone to close the windows at night !!! breakfast opens at 8 am , a bit late.
on the first of El Hamra Street in the best touristic zone in Beirut which you can find all what you need with reasonable prices one can find many restaurant, cofees, pups & Exchange shops about 15 minutes walk from Rawsha Zone helpful staff but need more attention in services
I stayed totally 10 days in this hotel. It got excellent location in the middle of Hamra and night life and walking distance for everything (even the center of city). They clean the room every day and the stuff is is kind and at least try to help. They offer free wifi in the rooms(not so fast but its ok!) The breakfast is good (dont expect much!) but u must go earlier then 10 if u want..the full service. Positive for me is and the fact that just next to hotel is 5 stars tours, organising the cheapest tours in Lebanon(so u wake and..start the tour!) the only negative is that the water isnt 100% unsalted but for me wasnt a big issue. For the price the hotel is an fantastic option! I
Its the worest hotel ever Cut my stay & I checked out , Very bad Too old rooms Old furnitureture Not clean at all No safe box Expencive for nothing Not worthed at all Never recommended Wish u enjoy it away of marly :)
this is the worst hotel i've ever stayed in in beirut! I stayed once for 2 nights there and it was horrible! very old, tiny, not clean at all rooms, the worst part is the cockroaches!! big fat black cockroaches! and they were everywhere! I even found one on my toothbrush!! you can imagine how disgusted I was! and when I complained to the front desk the man was like duh! and called his colleague to go upstairs with me and see.. but no action was taken of course. I hope they do a renovation and heavy cleaning and sanitizing to the place, since it has a very good location.
I like this hotel. It doesn't over promise and under-deliver. It actually provides a nice base to explore Lebanon from. The room was clean and nice to stay in; I had a large TV, new AC unit, walk in shower and fresh sheets. The noise from Rue Hamra is loud but then Beirut is a noisy city!
Very bad hotel, one star more than enough for them, dirty room with many types of insects!!! Noisy, no services at all. In comparison with the other hotels near by and taking the its bad condition it is very expensive.
I stayed at Le Marly for 10 days in October 2011. I would definitely stay there again and know several people who have. I was there for a dance convention. It was a partner hotel for the event. Although it's star rating was lower, I know of TWO separate rooms of dancers that relocated from another partner hotel to stay at Le Marly. The atmosphere is friendly and unique. They have lots of original art my local artists in the lobby and in the rooms. The lobby and dining room were very nice places to hang out. It was clean and the staff was courteous and attentive. They worked very closely with the convention organizers which made our arrivals and departures from all around the world go remarkably smooth. The only major draw back was the internet access. But I found that to be true of pretty much everywhere in Beirut. It's available for free but only in the lobby area (at least when I was there). Also, they are doing renovations gradually. So although my room, and several of the other's, was very modern (flat screen TV, awesome bathroom, and a balcony), others were pretty much straight out of the 60's. I still think the value was there even with an older room. But you might want to specify that you want a renovated room when you arrive. There were definitely a few snags that came up, but the staff was always willing to accommodate. (I notice that things just don't run the same in Beirut as they do in the US and Europe. So I don't think it's an isolated trend.) And you are in a VERY convenient area. Hamra street is great! Walk out the front door, hang a left. You have pretty much any American convenience, plus lots of Lebanese gems, and on a Saturday night, live music pervades from at least 1 pub on each block. Sometimes three. They are used to tourists and were generally very polite, respectful, and helpful. Breakfast was a kind of "continental-breakfast-gone-mediterranean" (included in the room price). There were three kinds of bread, one served hot with a dusting of garlic and other herbs/seasonings, butter, jellies/jams, hot tea, coffee, sliced tomatoes, piles of parsley and cilantro, and an amazing cheese that looked like heavy whipped cream and tasted kind of like plain yogurt. (I forgot the name). Plus boiled eggs and a few other things that would change every few days. As an American it took some getting used to but it's really the perfect start to your day. And I appreciated that they offered something so authentic. I really miss that food! I would definitely stay there again, on my own or with a group.…