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Le Gray, a modern classic for Beirut

March 5, 2014 12:17 pm

Solidere is the downtown neighborhood where Hotel Le Gray is nestled, providing its guests with direct access to the vibrant city’s best locations. Within a two-minute walk of the city’s shoreline, downtown luxury stores and the gastronomic lures of Gemmayze neighborhood, guests staying at Le Gray can enjoy the glamour and glitz of modern Beirut, in the heart of a historic city.

Le Gray comprises 87 contemporary rooms and suites spread out over four floors to accommodate guests in all comfort and luxury. Many of the rooms can be interconnected for those travelling together, whether for business or leisure.

The stylish and modern rooms are designed by Australian architect Kevin Dash, ensuring an ideal exposure to the Mediterranean sun and top-notch views. The contemporary, clutter-free interior design is by Mary Fox Linton in close collaboration with creator, Gordon Campbell Gray. The palette includes pastel shades of blue, sage green or lilac, with dark grey tile and mosaic bathrooms.

Eating and drinking in Beirut is at its most relaxed, and glamorous, at Hotel Le Gray. Indigo on the Roof is considered one of Beirut’s best restaurants, with a selection of varied international food to suit all tastes. The bar and rooftop pool help define the city’s beat with its cosmopolitan crowd, while more intimate corners to this contemporary classic hotel include the Cherry on the Rooftop, Cigar Lounge, and street-level Gordon’s Café. The hotel also boasts numerous outdoor terraces to enjoy the Mediterranean sun.

Guests looking to unwind can visit the PureGray Health Club, renowned in Beirut for its commitment to privacy, quality treatments and contemporary urban style. It boasts six therapy rooms, including one dedicated to couples, and a wet treatment room and sauna.

Le Gray hotel in Beirut is ideal for businessmen or families looking to explore the heart of the Lebanese capital’s most luxurious streets, and get enchanted by the Phoenician and Roman sites embraced by modern architecture.