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Bella Riva Suite Hotel - Lebanon - Beirut

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Rooms:59, Check-in time:12:00, Check-out time:10:00

On a quiet street in the Manara district this hotel is just 650 ft from the Mediterranean seafront promenade.

It offers spacious guest rooms with balconies and free private parking.

All units at the Bella Riva Suites Hotel are air conditioned and have a satellite TV a minibar and safe. Some rooms include a full kitchen and a private balcony.

In a quiet corner of the lobby Bella Rivas restaurant offers European and Middle Eastern cuisine. There is also an onsite coffee shop that serves hot drinks and snacks.

Guests can enjoy the hotels laundry and dry cleaning services.

The staff at the tour desk provide information on local attractions and assist with car rental.

The Bella Riva Suite Hotel is a 10minute drive from Rafic Hariri International Airport and just a 5minute walking from the Hamra shopping and entertainment district.

Location

Area Info: The Bella Riva Suite Hotel is a 10minute drive from Rafic Hariri International Airport and just a 5minute walking from the Hamra shopping and entertainment district.

Address: Caracas Street Manara

Area Info

Beirut is the capital and largest city of Lebanon. As there has been no recent population census the exact population is unknown estimates in 2007 ranged from slightly more than 1 million to slightly less than 2 million. Located on a peninsula at the midpoint of Lebanon s Mediterranean coast it serves as the country s largest and main seaport. The Beirut metropolitan area consists of the city and its suburbs. The first mention of this metropolis is found in the ancient Egyptian Tell el Amarna letters dating from the 15th century BC. The city has been inhabited continuously since then.

Beirut is Lebanon s seat of government and plays a central role in the Lebanese economy with many banks and corporations based in its Central District Hamra Street Rue Verdun and Ashrafieh. The city is the focal point of the regions cultural life renowned for its press theatres cultural activities and nightlife. After the destructive Lebanese Civil War Beirut underwent major reconstruction and the redesigned historic city centre marina pubs and nightlife districts have once again made it a tourist attraction.

Identified and graded for accountancy advertising banking finance and law Beirut is ranked as a Beta World City by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network.

Beirut was named the top place to visit by The New York Times in 2009 and as one of the ten liveliest cities in the world by Lonely Planet in the same year. According to a 2010 study by the American global consulting firm Mercer comparing high end items such as upscale residential areas and entertainment venues Beirut was ranked as the 4th most expensive city in the Middle East and 15th among the Upper Middle Income Countries included in the survey. Beirut came in first place regionally and 10th place internationally in a 2010 study by EuroCost International about the rental markets for high quality housing. 2011 MasterCard Index revealed that Beirut had the second highest visitor spending levels in the Middle East and Africa totaling usd 6.5 billion. Beirut was chosen in 2012 by Conde Nast Traveler as the best city in the Middle East.

The Lebanese capital hosted the Mediterranean Games in 1959 FIBA Asia Champions Cup in 1999 2000 2012 the AFC Asian Cup in 2000 and the FIBA Asia Cup in 2010. Beirut was the host city for the 6th Annual Games of the Jeux de la Francophonie in 2009. Beirut also hosted the Pan Arab Games in 1957 1997 and will do again in 2015.

The tourism industry in Beirut has been historically important to the local economy and remains to this day to be a major source of revenue for the city and Lebanon in general. Before the Lebanese Civil War Beirut was widely regarded as The Paris of the Middle East often cited as a financial and business hub where visitors could experience the Levantine Mediterranean culture. Beiruts diverse atmosphere and ancient history make it an important destination which is slowly rebuilding itself after continued turmoil.


The largely pedestrianized Beirut Central District is the core of the Beirut tourism scene. The district is a cluster of stone facade buildings lining arcaded streets and radial alleyways. The architecture of the area is a mix of French Architecture and Venetian Gothic architecture mixed with Arabesque and Ottoman Architecture. The district contains numerous old mosques and crusader churches as well as uncovered remnants and ruins of the Roman era. The District contains tens of restaurants cafes and pubs as well as a wide range of shopping stores mainly in Beirut Souks. Highrise hotels and towers line the districts New Waterfront marina and seaside promenade.

Another popular tourist destination in Beirut is the Cornish Beirut a 4.8 kilometers pedestrian promenade that encircles the capitals seafront from the Saint George Bay in the north all the way to Avenue de Paris and Avenue General de Gaulle south of the city. The Cornish reaches its maximum height above sea level at Raouche a highrise residential neighborhood rising over a giant white limestone cliff and facing the recognizable off shore Raouche Rocks.

Hamra Street is a long cobblestone street connecting the Beirut Central District with the coastal Raouche area. The street is a large concentration of shopping stores boutiques restaurants banks street vendors sidewalk cafes newspaper kiosks and a booming nightlife spurred by students from the neighboring American University of Beirut. The AUB campus is another popular visitor destination composed of a cluster of 19th century red roofed buildings dispersed on a wooded hillside overlooking the Mediterranean.

Gemmayzeh is Beiruts artistic Bohemian quarter an old district full of narrow streets and beautiful historic buildings from the French era. The neighborhood is well known for its trendy bars and pubs cafes restaurants and lounges most are directly located on Rue Gouraud the main thoroughfare that cuts through the middle of the district. The street which was named after the French General Henri Gouraud has become one of Beirut s trendiest streets with numerous high end restaurants and tourism facilities. The street borders the Saifi Village and runs east of Beirut Central District. In 2004 Travel Leisure magazine called the street SoHo by the Sea due to its colorful and chic cafes amid 1950 s apartment buildings and holein thewall shops.

Beirut is a destination for tourists from both the Arab world and West. In Travel Leisure magazines World Best Awards 2006 it was ranked 9th best city in the world. That list was voted upon shortly before the 2006 Lebanon War broke out but in 2008 The Guardian listed Beirut as one of its top ten cities in the world. The New York Times ranked it at number One on its 44 places to go list of 2009. 2011 MasterCard Index revealed that Beirut had the secondhighest visitor spending levels in the Middle East and Africa totaling usd 6.5 billion. Beirut was chosen in 2012 by Conde Nast Traveler as the best city in the Middle East beating Tel Aviv and Dubai.

Many of the tourists are returning Lebanese expatriates but many are from Western countries. Approximately 3 million visitors visited in 2010 the previous record was 1.4 million in 1974. In 2012 San Diego television channel Wealth TV will feature Beirut its culture and its people as a part of the travel series Uncover.

Like other forms of tourism medical tourism in Lebanon is on the rise recently. Although visitors from neighboring Arab nations make up the bulk of medical tourism patients here due to its proximity Beirut is strongly trying to woo more southern Europeans Asians and North Americans to its land. The country s tourism ministry is working closely with the medical sector and top class hotels to create an organized quality medical destination. Major hotel and spa chains work with local clinics travel agencies and the tourism ministry to create comprehensive healthcare and recuperation packages for foreign visitors. The government is highly involved in this industry and strives to make the process as easy as possible.

Cosmetic surgery is a major component of medical tourism in Lebanon. Most of the foreign patients come for routine operations like plastic surgery dental or eye Beirut s hospitals are also capable of performing specialized procedures such as internal bypass surgery and other technical treatments. Its top clinics and hospitals like Sahel General are equipped to handle the full range of surgical procedures. Aside to medical tourism wellness and hospitality business in Beirut also also provides services ranging from spa and holistic treatments to mud baths and facials. Beirut based Clemenceau Medical Center affiliated with Johns Hopkins International was ranked one of the worlds top ten best hospitals for medical tourism in 2012.

Policies

Each hotel gives sometimes different policies for cancellation or change this for different room types and rate offers.
To make this easy for you when you roll over the cancellation note behind each room type you will be able to get informed.

Always we are ready to make changes for you after your reservation is made.
You only need to inform us by mail in order for us to make the modifications and re confirm it with the hotel.

Rooms:59, Check-in time:12:00, Check-out time:10:00

On a quiet street in the Manara district this hotel is just 650 ft from the Mediterranean seafront promenade.

It offers spacious guest rooms with balconies and free private parking.

All units at the Bella Riva Suites Hotel are air conditioned and have a satellite TV a minibar and safe. Some rooms include a full kitchen and a private balcony.

In a quiet corner of the lobby Bella Rivas restaurant offers European and Middle Eastern cuisine. There is also an onsite coffee shop that serves hot drinks and snacks.

Guests can enjoy the hotels laundry and dry cleaning services.

The staff at the tour desk provide information on local attractions and assist with car rental.

The Bella Riva Suite Hotel is a 10minute drive from Rafic Hariri International Airport and just a 5minute walking from the Hamra shopping and entertainment district.

Area Info: The Bella Riva Suite Hotel is a 10minute drive from Rafic Hariri International Airport and just a 5minute walking from the Hamra shopping and entertainment district.

Address: Caracas Street Manara

Beirut is the capital and largest city of Lebanon. As there has been no recent population census the exact population is unknown estimates in 2007 ranged from slightly more than 1 million to slightly less than 2 million. Located on a peninsula at the midpoint of Lebanon s Mediterranean coast it serves as the country s largest and main seaport. The Beirut metropolitan area consists of the city and its suburbs. The first mention of this metropolis is found in the ancient Egyptian Tell el Amarna letters dating from the 15th century BC. The city has been inhabited continuously since then.

Beirut is Lebanon s seat of government and plays a central role in the Lebanese economy with many banks and corporations based in its Central District Hamra Street Rue Verdun and Ashrafieh. The city is the focal point of the regions cultural life renowned for its press theatres cultural activities and nightlife. After the destructive Lebanese Civil War Beirut underwent major reconstruction and the redesigned historic city centre marina pubs and nightlife districts have once again made it a tourist attraction.

Identified and graded for accountancy advertising banking finance and law Beirut is ranked as a Beta World City by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network.

Beirut was named the top place to visit by The New York Times in 2009 and as one of the ten liveliest cities in the world by Lonely Planet in the same year. According to a 2010 study by the American global consulting firm Mercer comparing high end items such as upscale residential areas and entertainment venues Beirut was ranked as the 4th most expensive city in the Middle East and 15th among the Upper Middle Income Countries included in the survey. Beirut came in first place regionally and 10th place internationally in a 2010 study by EuroCost International about the rental markets for high quality housing. 2011 MasterCard Index revealed that Beirut had the second highest visitor spending levels in the Middle East and Africa totaling usd 6.5 billion. Beirut was chosen in 2012 by Conde Nast Traveler as the best city in the Middle East.

The Lebanese capital hosted the Mediterranean Games in 1959 FIBA Asia Champions Cup in 1999 2000 2012 the AFC Asian Cup in 2000 and the FIBA Asia Cup in 2010. Beirut was the host city for the 6th Annual Games of the Jeux de la Francophonie in 2009. Beirut also hosted the Pan Arab Games in 1957 1997 and will do again in 2015.

The tourism industry in Beirut has been historically important to the local economy and remains to this day to be a major source of revenue for the city and Lebanon in general. Before the Lebanese Civil War Beirut was widely regarded as The Paris of the Middle East often cited as a financial and business hub where visitors could experience the Levantine Mediterranean culture. Beiruts diverse atmosphere and ancient history make it an important destination which is slowly rebuilding itself after continued turmoil.


The largely pedestrianized Beirut Central District is the core of the Beirut tourism scene. The district is a cluster of stone facade buildings lining arcaded streets and radial alleyways. The architecture of the area is a mix of French Architecture and Venetian Gothic architecture mixed with Arabesque and Ottoman Architecture. The district contains numerous old mosques and crusader churches as well as uncovered remnants and ruins of the Roman era. The District contains tens of restaurants cafes and pubs as well as a wide range of shopping stores mainly in Beirut Souks. Highrise hotels and towers line the districts New Waterfront marina and seaside promenade.

Another popular tourist destination in Beirut is the Cornish Beirut a 4.8 kilometers pedestrian promenade that encircles the capitals seafront from the Saint George Bay in the north all the way to Avenue de Paris and Avenue General de Gaulle south of the city. The Cornish reaches its maximum height above sea level at Raouche a highrise residential neighborhood rising over a giant white limestone cliff and facing the recognizable off shore Raouche Rocks.

Hamra Street is a long cobblestone street connecting the Beirut Central District with the coastal Raouche area. The street is a large concentration of shopping stores boutiques restaurants banks street vendors sidewalk cafes newspaper kiosks and a booming nightlife spurred by students from the neighboring American University of Beirut. The AUB campus is another popular visitor destination composed of a cluster of 19th century red roofed buildings dispersed on a wooded hillside overlooking the Mediterranean.

Gemmayzeh is Beiruts artistic Bohemian quarter an old district full of narrow streets and beautiful historic buildings from the French era. The neighborhood is well known for its trendy bars and pubs cafes restaurants and lounges most are directly located on Rue Gouraud the main thoroughfare that cuts through the middle of the district. The street which was named after the French General Henri Gouraud has become one of Beirut s trendiest streets with numerous high end restaurants and tourism facilities. The street borders the Saifi Village and runs east of Beirut Central District. In 2004 Travel Leisure magazine called the street SoHo by the Sea due to its colorful and chic cafes amid 1950 s apartment buildings and holein thewall shops.

Beirut is a destination for tourists from both the Arab world and West. In Travel Leisure magazines World Best Awards 2006 it was ranked 9th best city in the world. That list was voted upon shortly before the 2006 Lebanon War broke out but in 2008 The Guardian listed Beirut as one of its top ten cities in the world. The New York Times ranked it at number One on its 44 places to go list of 2009. 2011 MasterCard Index revealed that Beirut had the secondhighest visitor spending levels in the Middle East and Africa totaling usd 6.5 billion. Beirut was chosen in 2012 by Conde Nast Traveler as the best city in the Middle East beating Tel Aviv and Dubai.

Many of the tourists are returning Lebanese expatriates but many are from Western countries. Approximately 3 million visitors visited in 2010 the previous record was 1.4 million in 1974. In 2012 San Diego television channel Wealth TV will feature Beirut its culture and its people as a part of the travel series Uncover.

Like other forms of tourism medical tourism in Lebanon is on the rise recently. Although visitors from neighboring Arab nations make up the bulk of medical tourism patients here due to its proximity Beirut is strongly trying to woo more southern Europeans Asians and North Americans to its land. The country s tourism ministry is working closely with the medical sector and top class hotels to create an organized quality medical destination. Major hotel and spa chains work with local clinics travel agencies and the tourism ministry to create comprehensive healthcare and recuperation packages for foreign visitors. The government is highly involved in this industry and strives to make the process as easy as possible.

Cosmetic surgery is a major component of medical tourism in Lebanon. Most of the foreign patients come for routine operations like plastic surgery dental or eye Beirut s hospitals are also capable of performing specialized procedures such as internal bypass surgery and other technical treatments. Its top clinics and hospitals like Sahel General are equipped to handle the full range of surgical procedures. Aside to medical tourism wellness and hospitality business in Beirut also also provides services ranging from spa and holistic treatments to mud baths and facials. Beirut based Clemenceau Medical Center affiliated with Johns Hopkins International was ranked one of the worlds top ten best hospitals for medical tourism in 2012.

Each hotel gives sometimes different policies for cancellation or change this for different room types and rate offers.
To make this easy for you when you roll over the cancellation note behind each room type you will be able to get informed.

Always we are ready to make changes for you after your reservation is made.
You only need to inform us by mail in order for us to make the modifications and re confirm it with the hotel.

Check here room availability, rates and offers at "Bella Riva Suite Hotel"

***Additional child(ren) under 11.99 years old you can mark on your final form in the comment field.

Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Safe
  • Car Rental
  • Laundry service
  • Room service - 24 hour
  • Baby sitter
  • Lift/elevator
  • Front desk - 24 hour
  • Newspapers
  • Bar
  • Restaurant/Dining
  • Meeting Room
  • Front desk - fax service
  • Shoe polishing service
  • Free public parking on site
  • Ironing Service
  • Heating
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Tour Desk
  • Ticket Service
  • ATM In Hotel
  • Breakfast Room

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Extra person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
Government issued photo identification and a credit card are required at check in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check in and may incur additional charges.
And special requests cannot be guaranteed.

Extra Bed (s) and Children

Children that are below 6 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Children that are below 2 years stay free of charge i.a. cotscribs.
Children that are and above 12 years and adults have extra charge per person per night extra bed.
Children from 3 to 11.99 years have 50% DISCOUNT on extra bed charge.
Additional bed or baby cot can be only 1 per room.
Any extras are not calculated in the total costs and will have to be payed locally.
Only if stated in the room type extra bed is included if selected in the total room rate.
Extra discounts for additional children More than 1 in room you can always request in the comments field.

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