Raouche Arjaan by Rotana Celebrates a Decade of Great Success and Hospitality

In celebration of its ten-year anniversary, being part of Beirut culture and welcoming a variety of guests for the past years, Raouche Arjaan by Rotana hosted corporate members, loyal guests, media representatives and influencers on the hotel’s 17th floor, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. 

The celebration embraced the beauty of Lebanon and allowed guests to experience a harmonious clash between old and modern Beirut. The décor, theme and flow of the event circled around an eccentric photo booth, designed with old newspaper clippings of Beirut, a collage of a modern and traditional Lebanese lifestyle, beautiful curtains which represent the traditional Lebanese folklore and images of old Raouche, mirroring the change in culture. 

The General Manager of Raouche Arjaan by Rotana, Ms. Hala Massaad expressed her gratitude and said: “I would like to thank all our guests for joining us today, as we celebrate a milestone for our hotel. Your continuous support has allowed us to be as successful as we have been for the past 10 years and counting! Raouche Arjaan by Rotana has stood by many events that have changed the course of the Lebanese history, yet we stand strong and greet our guests with new hopes and developments.” She added: “We want to keep offering our guests the best services and portray a positive image of the beauty of Lebanon.”

In between music, entertainment, delicious bites and exotic refreshments, guests had also the chance to discover how Lebanese artist Ali Mourabet captured the essence of Beirut in a beautiful paintings exposition. Moreover, top contestants of a previously launched social media competition, where people had to share their best images of the Raouche Pigeon Rock, were invited to the event, and one winner was announced, based on the voting of the attendees for their favorite photograph. Guests wrapped the celebration by cutting a cake in honor of the hotel’s decade of success.

Raouche Arjaan by Rotana is a small piece of Beirut history that has lasted for ten years and continues to impress visitors with its outstanding hospitality services. 


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