Phoenicia Hotel Beirut introduces packages for Eid Al-Adha

The limited-edition package includes an art tour of the hotel by an in-house expert

Phoenicia Hotel Beirut introduces limited edition packages for Eid Al-Adha which includes an art tour of the hotel by an in-house expert
Phoenicia Hotel Beirut introduces limited edition packages for Eid Al-Adha which includes an art tour of the hotel by an in-house expert

Located in Beirut, the Phoenicia Hotel has launched its Eid-Al-Adha package featuring art tours combined with culinary experiences and accommodation in one of their 480 rooms.  

Guests can take advantage of the art tour of the hotel by an in-house expert, surveying the fine art collection that includes modern art in a historical setting, decorating the walls of the hotel. 

Included in this package is a two-night stay in a room that offers panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea.

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Breakfast at the Mosaic restaurant and a dinner for two at Rossini Osteria e Caffè is available to guests on purchasing the Eid package. 

This offer is valid from 1 July until August 13 2019.

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