Mir Amin Palace Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Beiteddine, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a minibar, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Mir Amin Palace Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Plus, Mir Amin Palace Hotel offers a pool and free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a steakhouse, consider a visit to BeyBq, which is not far from Mir Amin Palace Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular castles such as Beit Eddine, Palace of Beiteddine, and Moussa Castle.
Enjoy your stay in Beiteddine!
I have booked the diwan for a private event the place was amazing for its function clean and well prepared and the management of hotel extended their hospitality and professional support . I would like to thank the general manager and director of sales for their courtesy and hospitality The palace is truly an amazing place to experience ans enjoy from staying there and enjoying the beautiful views from the terrace restaurant.
The location and the venue are historical and beautiful and well maintained. The staff are friendly, ready to help. The only resto and terrace in the hotel has no variety of alcohol drinks , only the basics one. So if u wish to spend the night and enjoy the view while drinking some delicious cocktails its not the right place. By the pool same story which was also unsatisfactory. Breakfast was included, but we were shocked when we found out there is no buffet, only a traditional Lebanese breakfast( labne, eggs, foul, one plate of white cheese and some mini manakich) its was not up to our expectations considering that the price was the highest on the market. So you can consider your self only paying for the hotel and location experience, its not an overall positive one.
A very special location and castle, surrounded by mountains view that you can enjoy from the pool. Food was fair while were super helpful. Rooms are well cleaned and historic. In my opinion, it falls into the top 5 hotels that must be visit when you come to Lebanon.
A great and quiet location in the middle of Chouf, the staff is nice with warm welcome. the rooms and baths are clean despite being a bit old, the mattress is extremely comfy, and finally the restaurant food was top of the top, whereas for the dinner, breakfast or the lunch. Well recommended for 1 or 2 nights with some attractions around
The ratings and reputation of this place years ago no longer represent the reality of this hotel. You may think you're going to have the best vacation ever, but you're shocked at the construction work that the staff didn't inform you about while you were booking the rooms. The construction of a wedding venue went on and on until early morning hours because they were late in the preparations – Our visit was a recipe for migraine. I have never seen such novice, unqualified hospitality staff in all over Lebanon. They just seemed so careless that it was only during the check-out time that the manager, Mr. Gerges, came and spoke to us only after we had asked him to do so. When we confronted him, he began to raise his voice until he was asked to lower it. They just don't know how to apologize for all the errors and they don't make any effort to coordinate between departments: • When we asked our breakfast to be served on the terrace, the waiter refused to do so stating that his service was only within the building (though the terrace is 10 meters away from the indoor space). The waiter was not informed about the history of a series of unpleasant experience we were having. • The Lady at the reception lied to us saying that she called our room to inform us of the late check-out as consolation for the mistakes they made, but said that we were having breakfast and that there was no one in the room. When we asked her why she didn't come to our table to give us a message knowing that we were not in the room and the fact that she was seeing us having breakfast, she didn't have an answer. • The manager lied to us about wanting to make up for a dinner invitation at another restaurant in the area that had already been closed before we even left the hotel. When he was asked about it, he tried to make excuses not knowing the restaurant was closed. The beautiful setting and the exquisite building of the palace and the grounds do not deserve such a poor management. It's a shame that people think they can hush you up with a suggestion of late check-out just after you're completely dressed at the reception and ready to leave or feel that the wasted time you've had in their venue during your last three days of stay in Lebanon can be compensated for by some other kind of gesture like additional time for pool access or providing food which was not even suggested by the management. I have honestly never been anywhere and met such rude two faced staff. I am not sure why the owner(s) have left the venue for such unprofessional team to manage. Departments do not communicate with each other and staff do not communicate with guests. DO NOT VISIT THIS PLACE! Read the reviews of 2020 not the previous ones which were before the financial crisis in Lebanon. Their service has drastically changed.…
Good from far, far from good! We had a bad experience due to many reasons. The service was unprofessional without going into details. Restaurant cleaniness is less than average. Hotel needs a lot of maintenance, so many things are neglected. Noisy ambience 24/24 due to wedding preparations, 7assayna 7alna b warche mech b hotel! And nobody informed us that there will be wedding works when we called to reserve a week ago. They informed us about it while we were checking in, which was already too late, and they lied to us telling us at 6 PM the works will stop, but they didn't for 24 hours! The only beautiful thing is the building, which is there already years ago, but incompetant people and management took over it. I don't know who gave it a 4 Stars. Should be a 2 stars hotel...but the building lifts it to 3. …
They were very sweet but again you have to know what is gluten and gluten free when you order otherwise they won't know, nor will they tell you it has gluten, so generally make your research prior. Limited wine list but the arak is better. Book ahead of time if you want to see the view.
I was pleasantly surprised to see the art and history dated ages ago. Frankly speaking it exceeded my expectations in almost every way. The staff are super friendly and they make you feel at home. It’s an address for relaxation, chilling while surrounded by beautiful nature. We have catches the General Manager, a professional/Humble person while supervising the cooking of the organic strawberry Jam. He took us for a tour and we have a received a jar as a gift, a token of his hospitality. All i can say is that i would definitely revisit the hotel and it’s a must go-to hotel.
The place is really nice, tried the restaurant there with a great view full of pine trees. you need a reservation cz it's always full. we tried the outdoor where you can enjoy the breeze coming from the mountains around.
First up it’s a beautiful hotel in a fabulous setting. Our room was lovely and we had fantastic views. A minor issue was that our rooms patio also seemed to be popular spots for other guests and day visitors. The rooms patio is adjoining a public area and whilst this probably makes a nice vibey area to sit on balmy summer evening it was a bit disconcerting finding a French couple enjoying coffee and cigarettes outside our door when I popped out in my pyjamas! However my main issue and one that should be a concern to some guests is the shower seemed ridiculously hard to access. I either got it wrong or you seem to have to clamber over the toilet to get in the shower. Not particularly dignified and a bit tricky especially when wet. I think the hotel should change or at least provide instructions for access. The hotel was very quiet when we stayed so it was a bit boring at night and the dining room lacked a bit of atmosphere. However I can’t blame the hotel for its lack of visitors at this time for Lebanon. Overall an excellent place to stay with easy access to Beit et dine Palace just be prepared to have to climb into the shower!…
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