" the newest old destination in Beirut "
The ultimate honeymoon at Riviera...
28 March 2014
$175 NET per night
Honor those unforgettable memories at Riviera
The elegance and romance of Riviera Hotel form the perfect backdrops for honeymoons. With suites and service that are as intimate as the occasion itself, the newly married couple will experience the ultimate pampering during their romantic escape.
$ 175: Standard Room
$ 200: Deluxe Room
$ 250: Sea View Room
$ 285: Business Suite
$ 310: Premium Suite
$ 345: Panoramic Suite
-Refreshing welcome drink on arrival
-Buffet breakfast or in-room breakfast
-VIP treatment and amenities
-Fruit basket in-room
-In-room sparkling wine bottle with cheese platter
-Flower arrangement and rose petals in-room
-Complimentary access to Riviera Beach Lounge
-Chef's special honeymooners dessert
-Late check out upon availability
Terms & Conditions may apply and subject to availability
*All prices are in USD, inclusive of service charge and V.A.T.
"Riviera Beach Lounge opens from March 25th till October 31st"
Beach Membership Rates
Become a member and join Today!
Single Membership: 1000$
Family Membership: 2500$
& benefit from:
* Complimentary use of beach towel
* 3 complimentary cocktail of the day
* 1 Gift Certificate for $25 at Au Gros Sel restaurant
* Beach access 7 days a week from 09:00 am - 06:00 pm
* 10% on Santorini VIP Lounge (Mon-Thurs)
* 10% on Private Bungalows with jacuzzi (Mon-Thurs)
* 10% on VIP Bungalows with common jacuzzi (Mon- Thurs)
Riviera Hotel Weddings
January 2014-December 2014
You set the date & we do the rest!
Celebrate your 2014 wedding at our indoor venue & Benefit from:
* Variety of menus
* Complimentary wedding fake cake
* In room dinner & breakfast
* Complimentary 1 night stay in the bridal Sea View Suite
* Complimentary 1 night stay with breakfast on your 1st wedding anniversary
* 4 Complimentary access tickets to the Beach Lounge
* Complimentary 10 persons for every 200 persons
Other terms & conditions may apply & subject to availability during 2014
About Tyre (Sour)
79 km from Beirut.
Although the exact origins of Tyre are unknown, it probably dates back to the start of the third millennium BC. Tyre was originally a mainland settlement with an island city a short distance offshore. In the 10th century BC, King Hiram expanded the mainland and built 2 ports and a temple to Melkart, the city’s god. Towards the end of the 6th century BC under the reign of the Persian Darius, the city experienced its golden age.
With a flourishing maritime trade, Mediterranean and Atlantic colonies and purple dye and glass commodities, Tyre became very powerful and wealthy. But the city’s wealth attracted enemies. In the 6th century BC, Alexander the Great laid siege to it for 7 months, finally overwhelming the island city by constructing a great causeway from the shore to the island.
Centuries later, the Romans built a magnificent city at Tyre. The remains of its Roman streets, arcades and public buildings, including one of the largest hippodromes of the period, are Tyre’s major attractions today.
In 1979, Tyre’s important archaeological remains prompted UNESCO to make the town a world heritage site.