The hotel is situated in the Shia-dominated southern neighbourhood of Dahieh, close to the airport. Area is not very inspiring but the hotel sticks out like a fata morgana, looking like the fantasy of an Arabian castle. We checked in without a hitch, everybody spoke good English. The rooms at As Saha are the real treat, each decorated in special ways. The luxury double was a very nicely crafted room right out of the tourist's idea of 1001 nights. A complimentary fruit dish and juice was brought up right after we arrived. The hotel has a very nice Lebanese restaurant, with Gulf and European options. On the more curious side, the hotel is a part of a current wave of "pious entertainment" and the foundation that owns the hotel donates to orphans - but is also allegedly connected to one of the neighbourhood's famous organisations, whose TV station - Al Manar - was the very first in the endless choice of of satellite channels in the room. Whether true or not, the hotel is outstanding and really worth a visit. A tip: When going to the airport, a taxi should cost around ten dollars.
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