Lived in Beirut for 2 yrs and left two weeks ago so for a final treat we went for dinner on a Saturday evening to their rooftop restaurant, Indigo. Staff very attentive, knew everything about the menu/wine, the couldn't welcome us enough and the manager even chased us across to the cigar lounge afterwards to ask us if everything had been to our satisfaction. Food fantastic and very quick despite it being a busy Saturday night. We have been lucky enough to have experienced some wonderful stays in 5* hotels and eaten at Michelin star restaurants and this one is up there with them. Can't recommend it enough.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Le Gray, one of the finest five-star hotels in Beirut, is made up of 87 contemporary rooms and suites spread out over four floors. Many of the rooms can be interconnected for those travelling together. The architecture by Australian Kevin Dash ensures all rooms and suites are soaked in Mediterranean sun, while the central floor-to-ceiling, glass-topped atrium means the building is filled with light from the inside out. The contemporary, clutter-free interior design is by Mary Fox Linton in close collaboration with creator, Gordon Campbell Gray. The palette includes pastel shades of blue, sage green or lilac, with dark grey tile and mosaic bathrooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Le Gray Beirut Hotel Beirut