Four Seasons Hotel Beirut Rooftop pool, Bar & lounge reopens

The venue’s refreshed look is designed by Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury

Design features include white coloured furniture, white marble, a refreshed pool and a long bar
Design features include white coloured furniture, white marble, a refreshed pool and a long bar

Four Seasons Hotel Beirut has unveiled its rooftop Level 26, after its design has been refreshed by Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury, the hotel revealed in a statement.

Reportedly, design features include white coloured furniture, white marble, a refreshed pool and a long bar.

Architect Bernard Khoury said: “The entire rooftop lounge is designed to accommodate different times of use and types of events.

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“The white centrepiece bar can be enjoyed in all weather conditions. Its glass facades retract to connect with the exterior and remaining lounge area, giving guests the feeling that they are inside but also outside at the same time.

“All elements of the rooftop, from the floors to the pool and even the furniture pieces, are draped in marble, reflecting the sky in all its states,” he added.

Hotelier recently reported that Beirut's hotel reservations are to reach its "highest" levels since 2010.

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