One to One opens Lebanon property

Expansion part of 'strategic plan to enhance brand within the region'

[L-R] Elias Bou Saab; Hanna Abdul Ahad; H.E. Fadi Abboud; and Raymond Abdul Ahad.
[L-R] Elias Bou Saab; Hanna Abdul Ahad; H.E. Fadi Abboud; and Raymond Abdul Ahad.
The new One to One Hotel - Dhour Choueir.
The new One to One Hotel - Dhour Choueir.

One to One Hotels and Resorts has launched its newest property in the mountainside village of Dhour Choueir, Lebanon.

The boutique One to One Hotel — Dhour Chouier boasts forty rooms, including one- and two-bedroom suites, and is situated 34km from Beirut.

Property manager Youssef Ziadeh commented: “The picturesque village of Dhour Chouier provides a great location to enjoy the mountains and outdoor activities.

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“The hotel provides an excellent base from which our guests can unwind and explore the nearby forests and mountains in the summer or seek more active pursuits during winter at the nearby ski slopes.”

One to One’s chief executive, Sami Ayari, added: “As an international hotel chain, our expansion into Lebanon is part of a strategic plan to enhance the brand within the region.

“Our association with Al Husam Group is the latest in a series of strategic partnerships with resort developments around the world,” he continued.

“It will help us further consolidate our growing presence in the region”.

One to One Hotel — Dhour Choueir will feature Resto, the group’s signature Mediterranean all-day dining restaurant, as well as the T-Garden Café and Terrace.
 

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