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Address: Deir al Qamar, Chouf, Lebanon


Tel: 05-511 557

Mobile: 961-71/119 935
Email: mycontact@deiraloumara.com
Website: http://www.deiraloumara.com
Description: Deir al Oumara is a charming Lebanese mountain hotel nested in the heart of Deir al Qamar.
The edifice, originally built in 1827 by Emir Beshir the Second for his first advisor before being transformed into a boarding school in 1908, is today classified
as ‘Historic Hotel’.
This heritage is meticulously cared for by the key keepers of the property and infused in the guests journey.
General ManagerFayez Assaly
Room FacilitiesStandard, Grand and Family Suite.
Deir al Oumara offers 12 spacious
suites, each with adistinctive cachet
and feel. We thrive to offer rooms
that breathe the mountains
atmosphere and the coziness of the
Hotel FacilitiesWedding Venue: Overhanging one of
the most beautiful and well
preserved regions in Lebanon, Deir
al Oumara’s up to 300-people
wedding venue unites the authentic
with the festive and the grandiose
with the serene.
Snoubar Garden: Celebrations 40 to
80 people events in a champê,tre
setting.Ideal for baptisms, first
communions, birthdays & gathering.
Dining facilitiesSoufrat al Oumara: We are
passionate about what we serve.
Being in synergy with the delicious
flavors of local production, and
fervent disciples of the culinary arts,
we propose to you Soufrat al
Oumara, a one of a kind
contemporary Lebanese restaurant.
LocationForty-minute smooth drive from
Beirut, nested in the heart of the
Heritage capital of the Chouf. Let
yourself be guided by the signboards
at the entrance of Deir al Qamar.
PaymentAll Major Credit Cards
Valet Parking
Nice view
Romantic mood
Facilities for children
Minibar in rooms
Terrace or Garden
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