Take in the stunning views over the Old Town at sunset from the rooftop Jacuzzi.
Like Pigeon Rock rising boldly from the coastal waters of Lebanon, so does the sail-capped Four Seasons from Beirut's Corniche. Sexy, stylish, yet simple in approach, the Pierre-Yves Rochon designed 230 guest rooms and 60 suites are set with contemporary décor, and feature floor-to-ceiling windows, unabashedly showcasing the hotel's envious Mediterranean views.
When not drinking in the view, why not beat the heat in the 26th floor pool? After, grab a chilled towel, and beat said heat even more. Once dry and back in your recently purchased fineries (thank you, Al-Hamra shopping), head down to The Grill Room for fresher-than-fresh Mediterranean seafood.
After a few cocktails at Club 26, you might feel like heading out into the warm evening for a few more. And why not, Beirut's Gemmayzé is more than just nightlife ... it tends to become morninglife.