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California, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 1 November 2013

In Zouk Mikael's Old Souk region, we spent a weekend at "Almond Blooms Guesthouse". It was situated within a beautiful garden of almond plantation and we could see the sea clearly from our balcony. Just a few steps above, was the old town's Souk named "The Old Souk" from the Ottoman Era, a pedestrian market where Lebanese handwork of all...

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Vilnius
Reviewed 27 October 2013

Having seen the great photos of Almond Blooms (also known as the Old Souk) Guest House on Trip Adviser we booked a weekend at the end of October 2013. However on arrival we though we had arrived at the wrong place - the room we were given bearing no resemblance to any on the website. The room had no character...

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Hong Kong, China
Reviewed 8 September 2012

Love this guest house as we're so well treat by everyone in Almond Blooms. Hicham, the owner of the guest house is so patience & details to our enquiries prior our arrival; and he also gave us confidence and good advises how to get around Lebanon. Nidaa help us to arrange a tour by taxi, and suggested the must see...

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Kuwait
Reviewed 26 August 2012

one of the amazing places I have stayed in, this is the first time I went to a gust house, but I didnt feel that I was far away from home, the place is amazing, only 2 minuts on foot to reach the Old Shops (Old Souq), the room are comfortable and the service is great, you should try the...

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Grand Rapids, Michigan
Reviewed 17 May 2012

i stayed in this guest house for 6 nights last week and i enjoy it very much. the view was wonderful the hotel room had very elegant rock design and clean and comfortable .. little bit far from Beirut but don't worry Hisham he's great person and he will guide you and advice you in the best way to get...

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Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed 24 April 2012

Lebanese hospitality is famous, and Almond Blooms Guest House is most certainly an ideal place to experience this first hand. Our rooms were clean and comfortable and the assistance and service that the guest house staff offered, always comes with a smile. I think Almond Blooms is situated in one of the best locations to enjoy beautiful sights of Beirut...

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Montreal, Canada
Reviewed 23 April 2012

I booked in this guest house for me and my family. I was so well treated that I thought I was at home than rather be in a hotel. The personnel is so nice , professional and welcoming I thought I know them all my life. The owner is friendly and pay attention to all our needs. They made our...

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piacenza
Reviewed 15 February 2012

wonderful place , excellent view with very nice personels

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Manama
Reviewed 5 February 2012

We stayed there for 4 nights end of October 2011 and we had great time. The location is amazing. It's on top of a hill with a beautiful garden, we really enjoyed the outdoor breakfast surrounded by this beautiful view. It's also not far from Jeiatta and Harisa. If you want to enjoy the night life in Lebanon, you are...

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Manama
Reviewed 29 September 2011

The location was a complete surprise, sitting on top of a hill - Zouk Mikael. Located next to Old Souk, the neighborhood has an artsy / old world charm and is very quiet. The staff consisting of Pascal, Nidaa and a few others (sorry I do not have their names) along with Hicham have made sure that the stay was...

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Almond Blooms Guest House welcomes families , couples and groups of friends , located in the Old Souk Of Zouk Mikael , on a wonderful top of hills giving on the city and the sea. As identified on the map of Lebanon,Almond Blooms is well located to serve visiting all the country. Our guests are 24hours assisted by sms/whatsup/blackberry/msn to enjoy a safe and charming stay in Lebanon. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Almond Blooms Guest House

Address: Old Zouk Street | Kesrwan, Zouq Mkayel, Lebanon
Region: Lebanon > Mount Lebanon Governorate > Zouq Mkayel
Price Range: ₹ 4,357 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Almond Blooms Guest House 3*
Number of rooms: 10
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“Don't settle for the first room they show you. Ask to see all the rooms and take your pick!”
 of 5 bubbles WWWorker, 27 Oct 2013 | Read review
“All the rooms are fine. The one we had had a sea view and it was gorgeous to wake up and see the view of Jounieh's bay.”
 of 5 bubbles miyarizk, 23 Apr 2012 | Read review
“We stayed in the ground floor and loved it. I don't know about other room. Also i recommend organizing with the hotel to pick you up, it's a relatively new place and our taxi from the airport couldn't find it easily, they also charge less than the taxis at the airport, saving you the hassle.”
 of 5 bubbles NohaM_12, 5 Feb 2012 | Read review
“Elegance Taxi - Most reasonable in fares and prompt in service. No haggling required. Other independent taxis with all their business cards and advise can be a complete rip off. Electrical Sockets - Please ensure that you carry a convertor for plugs as the rooms are fitted with European (2 pin Round) and American (2 pin Flat) (220V) Provisions - Water & beverages can be purchased from the restaurants in Old Souk, however for other general provisions you will have to head down into the centre of Zouk Mikael. Laundry - Laundry is available at walking distance from the hotel. Washing line is available in the bathroom. There are plenty of restaurants in the Old Souk and even a small cafeteria offering simple arabic food (if you are on a budget) Else restaurants are available in Jounieh, Maamaltein or Kaslik. Rooms on the West Side have better views and rooms on the ground floor have a little more of character compared to the bland ones in the 1st Floor.”
 of 5 bubbles Chuck_AP, 29 Sep 2011 | Read review
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