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For the family with a penchant for style and comfort
Equipped with modern comforts, Byblos Sur la Mer is ideal for families visiting Lebanon’s historic town. The atmosphere, understated but still charming, harkens back to the time-honored values of hospitality: good service, quality and thoughtfulness.
The five-star boutique hotel has eight deluxe rooms that feature sea views, and create a home-like atmosphere with a king-sized bed and cozy salon. The hotel’s twelve executive rooms come with either a king-sized bed or twin beds. Suites look over the port and Crusader Castle, each room is individually decorated with antiques handpicked by the hotel from Byblos and other historic areas in Lebanon.
The hotel’s esteemed Dar L’Azark restaurant is a summer venue, an outdoor eatery extends out over the sea and offers guests relaxing seascape views with a broad selection of seafood. The restaurant also serves Friday brunch with live entertainment. Dar L’Azrak Masa, on the other hand, allows guests to eat above the remnants of ancient civilizations, in a beautiful dining room that rests atop Byzantine and Roman ruins that were discovered when the hotel was being constructed. For casual dining options, the Café Tournesol bistro offers sandwiches, pizza and traditional breakfast.
Byblos Sur la Mer also has a shisha café open during the summer months that overlooks the sea. The café also serves cocktails and meals.
The hotel typically hosts families, who find its service, food options, location and amenities ideal for an elegant group holiday. It is also a short distance from the Jeitta Grotto.