Situated near the beach in Dbayeh, Le Royal Hotels & Resorts - Beirut is close to Notre Dame University - Louaize and Jeita Grotto. Additional area attractions include Teleferique Gondola and Our Lady of Lebanon.
Le Royal Hotels & Resorts - Beirut has a water park (surcharge), a lazy river, and an outdoor tennis court. Wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is available in public areas (surcharges apply) and an Internet point is located on site. Business amenities at this 5-star property include a 24-hour business center, a meeting/conference room, and a technology helpdesk. Dining options at this luxury resort include a coffee shop/café, a poolside bar, and a bar/lounge. The staff can provide concierge services, tour/ticket assistance, and wedding services. Additional amenities at this Art Deco resort include an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, and a seasonal outdoor pool. For a surcharge, guests receive transportation including a roundtrip airport shuttle (available 24 hours) and an area shuttle within 1 km. This is a smoke-free property.
Rooms feature furnished balconies with ocean, beach, or sea views. The 231 air-conditioned guestrooms at Le Royal Hotels & Resorts - Beirut include CD players and minibars. Beds have Select Comfort mattresses, Frette Italian sheets, and premium bedding. For a surcharge, guests can use the in-room wireless and wired high-speed Internet access. Rooms are equipped with plasma televisions with premium satellite channels, DVD players, and video-game consoles. All accommodations provide desks, safes, and direct-dial phones with voice mail. Bathrooms offer bathtubs with handheld showerheads, scales, bathrobes, and bidets. All units feature coffee/tea makers and complimentary bottled water. Additional amenities include complimentary newspapers and slippers. In addition, amenities available on request include microwaves, irons/ironing boards, and hypo-allergenic bedding. Turndown service is offered nightly and housekeeping is available daily. Renovation of all guestrooms was completed in October 2011.