Mandarin Oriental Beirut is the latest project of the giant Mandarin Oriental Hotels Group which plans to develop new services in Middle East. Targeting the capital of Lebanon, Mandarin Oriental Beirut is going to be ready in 2018, but Mandarin Oriental fans are already interested in finding out more news targeting the future luxurious hotel in the heart of Arabia. The overall development will be gathering two adjacent buildings located in the Central District of Beirut, Mandarin Oriental Beirut will be situated in the south tower with 280 well-appointed rooms and 25 serviced apartments. The entire Mandarin Oriental Beirut is going to be designed in a contemporary style, where attention to detail is reflective of the Group’s oriental heritage. Northern tower will be made out of 103 Residences at Mandarin Oriental, that will provide the most luxurious and desirable living in central Beirut.
The architects of the Mandarin Oriental Beirut are renowned Singapore-based designers – Kerry Hill. The magnificent design will reflect a bold and elegant style that integrates different project components of the hotel and residences. Mandarin Oriental Beirut is going to be featuring local sandstone with shaded private outdoor spaces and colonnades. To underline the Arabic atmosphere, extensive rooftop terraces and a sense of sophisticated urban resort will be flourishing around the Mandarin Oriental Beirut. Mandarin Oriental Beirut will offer some of the finest dining experiences in the region, with an all-day dining restaurant and bar, a trendy lobby lounge and a spacious club lounge spread across the two towers. For spectacular views over the cityscape a fine dining restaurant and bar is going to be launched across the top of both towers of the Mandarin Oriental Beirut. Extensive meeting space will include a 300-seat grand ballroom, a 270-seat junior ballroom and a variety of adaptable conference rooms. The spacious Spa at Mandarin Oriental Beirut will offer holistic rejuvenation and relaxation, where a state-of-the art fitness centre and indoor and outdoor pool on the top are offering unforgettable moments for guests.
The project is under development by the Olayan Group, a Saudi Arabian multi-national group and a recent partner of Mandarin Oriental Hotels.“We are delighted to be opening a new luxury hotel in the important, historic city of Beirut and look forward to bringing Mandarin Oriental’s renowned levels of hospitality to this exciting project. This new development represents another significant step for Mandarin Oriental in leveraging our brand further across the Middle East region,” said Edouard Ettedgui, Group Chief Executive of Mandarin Oriental. Beirut is the capital of Lebanon, a stunning and historical city with a modern – vibrant flair, often referred to as the ‘Paris of the Middle East.’ Mandarin Oriental Beirut is going to be placed in one excellent location surrounded by high-end shops, restaurants, cultural and nightlife activities. Mandarin Oriental Beirut will be at just 15 minutes from the Rafic Hariri International Airport.