Royal Tulip Achrafieh, part of the Louvre Hotels Group, has opened its doors to welcome its first guests.
Beirut’s newest luxury boutique hotel is the first five-star hotel in Lebanon under Louvre Hotels Group. The hotel is
Administrate, the fast-growing software-as-a-service for training companies and training departments, has opened a Middle East and North Africa (Mena) office in Beirut, Lebanon.
Based in the highly-rated Beirut Digital District, A
Italian high-end watchmaker Officine Panerai, acclaimed for its unique blend of Italian design and Swiss technology expertise, is again demonstrating its commitment to the field of design and art through its participation at Beirut Art Week (BAW
The Cube, the new iconic skyscraper standing on a prominently visible plot in Horch Tabet, an eastern district of Beirut, Lebanon, has won the regionally coveted “Best Tall Building Middle East & Africa 2016” Award.
The American University of Beirut (AUB) has honoured the founders BB Energy, Baha and Walid Bassatne, by naming its new Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering after them.
At a prestigious ceremony, which was attended by
Sabre Travel Network Middle East (STNME) is expanding in Lebanon with new offices in Beirut to support the company’s growth.
STNME, which has operated in Lebanon for over a decade, recently signed and renewed agreemen
Francois Galoisy has been appointed as the new general manager of the Radisson Blu Martinez Hotel in Beirut, Lebanon.
Before joining Rezidor, the French national started his career as a food and beverage (F&B) coordinat
Lebanese authorities have detained two Lebanese employees of a Beirut airport service company over contacts with "terrorist parties", security sources said on Sunday. The sources gave no further details as the suspects were still being
Hospitality giant Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has welcomed Rami Sayess as the new general manager at Four Seasons Hotel Beirut in Lebanon.
Additionally, Sayess will continue in his capacity of regional vice president ov
The Saudi-owned television news channel Al Arabiya has shut its offices in Lebanon and dismissed 27 employees, two of its journalists said on Friday, in a sudden move that comes amid political tensions between Riyadh and Beirut.