Holidays in Lebanon

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WH Hotel
WH Hotel
4 out of 5
Lyon Street, Hamra, Emile Edde, Beirut
The price is AU$55 per night from 1 Oct. to 1 Oct.
3.8/5Good! (39 reviews)
"The staff here is exceptional! I stayed here for a month and they became like family and really looked out for me. Totally Recommend."

Reviewed on 4 Sep. 2021

WH Hotel
Coral Beach Hotel and Resort Beirut
Coral Beach Hotel and Resort Beirut
5 out of 5
Jnah Avenue, Ghobeiry
The price is AU$176 per night from 29 Sep. to 29 Sep.
3.8/5Good! (87 reviews)
Good
"Good in general but service is not 5* The room is fairly 4*"

Reviewed on 7 Mar. 2020

Coral Beach Hotel and Resort Beirut
Gems Hotel
Gems Hotel
4 out of 5
Maqdessi, Hamra Street, Beirut
The price is AU$61 per night from 30 Sep. to 30 Sep.
4.2/5Very Good! (284 reviews)
"Excellent hotel. Very clean and very safe."

Reviewed on 8 May 2021

Gems Hotel
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Lebanon Holiday

Lebanon may be one of the smaller countries in the Middle East, but when it comes to history, culture, cuisine and landscapes, this place punches well above its weight.

Lebanon Hotel + Flights

A great way to save money on your trip is to bundle your hotel and flights into a Lebanon Holiday Package. Expedia has 709 hotels in Lebanon starting at AU$55 a night. Experiences and car rentals can also be added to your package, making planning your getaway simple. With so much to see and do here, it can be hard to work out where to start. If you want to delve into ancient history, add a tour of the Temple of Bacchus to your package with the money you save.


Your Lebanon Holiday Itinerary

  • Day 1-3: Touchdown in Beirut and waste no time getting to know the energetic national capital. After checking out its fantastic museums, such as the National Museum of Beirut and St George Crypt Museum, stroll along the waterfront and sample the local cuisine.

  • Day 4: Rent a car and take the scenic coastal road to Byblos. This popular fishing port is famed for its ancient harbour and breathtaking ruins.

  • Day 5-6: Continue north to Tripoli, Lebanon’s second-largest city. Admire the Mamluk architecture of Taynal Mosque, shop for traditional clothes at Khan Al-Khayyatin and explore the curious remains of Citadel of Raymond de Saint Gilles.


Lebanon Information

  • Join in with the locals as they celebrate Lebanese Independence Day on November 22. Expect parades and plenty of fireworks.

  • Spend a few days in the national capital and you’ll barely scratch the surface. So why not linger longer with our Beirut Holiday Packages?

  • Dreaming of the kind of holiday where you barely have to lift a finger? Consider Expedia’s All Inclusive Hotels in Lebanon.

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