Kempinski Summerland Hotel & Resort: Magic of Beirut’s Past with the European Luxury of the Present

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Built on 25,000 square meters of pure nostalgia, the newly and completely renovated Kempinski Summerland Hotel & Resort is ready to relaunch and bring back cherished memories while focusing on a present standard of personalized luxury that is second to none.

Kempinski Group, hoteliers since 1897, is pleased to re-open Beirut’s iconic Summerland Hotel and infuse the chain’s pillar values in order to offer a premium resort that is built on heritage and refined European standards.

Mrs. Dagmar Symes, General Manager, states, “This project will not only be unique to Beirut, but will provide authentic experiences with the highest quality of unparalleled personalized services. We look forward to reviving the memories of many of the Lebanese from the past and creating new memories for the generations to come”.

Catering to the needs of all travelers and locals alike, 153 elegantly furnished rooms and suites capitalize on the magnificent views overlooking a blue oasis of infinite pools and the Mediterranean Sea.  Private bungalows equipped with jacuzzis overlook a private sandy beach. Adventure seekers can enjoy a wide variety of water sports’ activities and a fully serviced marina with a capacity of 40 to 60 boats.  As a multifunctional resort, Beirut’s Kempinski Summerland provides families with an exclusive kid’s area and pool.

In addition to a state-of-the-art fitness area, a 1,500 square meter space boasts eight treatment rooms and has been dedicated for spa and wellness enthusiasts.

As a unique destination in all aspects, the Kempinski Summerland will launch innovative food & beverage concepts throughout an array of seven dining venues that offer a varied selection of local and international cuisines.

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