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I am not sure why this hotel can’t seem to get it together. Not family friendly. I stayed for 3 days with my husband and 2 children. My husband left during day for business as he is from Lebanon. I am not, and was treated as such. One day with charged one price and paid in cash next day order exact same thing for kids charged $8 more paid in cash. The exchange rate doesn’t change that much in 1 day. The pool was lovely, life guards were not. Adult men screaming and blowing their whistles at small children fro splashing each other. If they weren’t doing that they were talking with their friends. Be warned they open the pools to the public for a daily fee. So not all the people are the level of the clientele staying. My husband decided to move Is to a different hotel. Hope this help the moms with kids traveling, not a place for us. I should have read all the reviews, my issues were the same as others.
For a nice stay in Beirut. Close to the sea, offered sea view rooms, and beach view rooms, wide range of amenities, friendly, and helpful staff, lots of options for restaurants, and room Choices, walking distance Marina, cheap concierge parking rates, walking distance to Rawche rock.
Thanks Ashraf and Charbel at front desk for a complementary upgrade and for ensuring a smooth stay. Thanks to Hanadi and Ahmed at housekeeping Thanks to Ali and Hasan for amazing service at breakfast Thanks to Firas at spa for compensating a previous experience
This was our second hotel for our stay in Beirut and we thought it would be a good place to stay for a couple of nights. The hotel lobby and entrance was nice and up there in respect of a luxury resort. The room was nice and clean and had the main amenities. Unfortunately our stay was marred with our baby becoming ill so we couldn’t enjoy our stay properly but the hotel were very accommodating. They have two main restaurants and the menu is ample and very nice. The views are very nice. One gripe we had is when going to the pools there is no elevator to take us there and we needed to carry our buggy down some stairs. Secondly, we arrived on a Sunday and the pool was extremely busy and I believe they allow non hotel guests to use these facilities which isn’t very calming for those staying there. I think the holiday period made the place quite busy. A further point whoever books using Expedia, do note that the VIP access doesn’t allow 20% discount to the spa treatment. The staff were friendly and welcoming particularly at the restaurant. If I was in Beirut again, we would stay at this hotel again.
No terrible but not good either. Stay somewhere else. I am currently staying there. For a 5 stars hotel, I am not impressed: - Bed sheets are dirty (several ?coffee? stains ) - Carpet is very dirty. It has been vacuumed this very morning. The issue is that there are many large dirty stains. That carpet should have been changed a while ago. - Room has been poorly maintained. The shower faucet is broken. Shower hose is dirty and rusty. Electric cords damaged / not isolated anymore. - At the gym, you have to pay for a bottle of water (even though it is identical to the one that is provided in your room). So remember to bring it because they won't give you any for free. -No espresso machine in the room. So, not the worst but there are several (much) better options in Beirut. At least internet is working. I will not come back to the Movenpick.