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The Hôtel Albergo is a 1930s building transformed into a hotel, and offers a typical Beirut-style architectural blend: a trio of windows in the façade, a majestic Ottoman portico, and an Art Deco stairwell. It preserves the authenticity of Lebanese culture without omitting any of the details of exceptional hotels.
The rooms draw on a rich heritage of multicultural influences to display their unique personalities: Silky, delicate, precious, and inimitable. Between walls steeped in history, the Lebanon of old is embodied in a thousand and one precious details.