Samir Khoury - Jordan - Mar 4, 2013 I always stay at Intercontinental..its cozy and offers convenient stay near the slopes..comfortable and have a nice spa and swimming pool with a lot of activity for the kids..also offers good food so I always book half board then we don't need to go out.
Considered the most luxurious snow resort at 2000 meters above sea level, the InterContinental Mzaar Resort & Spa is just over an hour away from Beirut. Despite its reputation as a winter resort, the Mzaar InterContinental provides entertainment all year round, with a multitude of indoor and outdoor activities as well as proximity to the Casino and to some major historical sites.
The property boasts 131 guest rooms and suites which come in three types: Standard Rooms – luxurious furnishings with a host of facilities such as safety deposit boxes, coffeemakers, and internet Deluxe Rooms – offering mountain or garden view, these are larger than the standard rooms and can fit an extra bed when needed for larger families Loft Rooms – attractive chalet-type rooms on the top floor with high, slanted ceilings that add a Swiss touch.
Excellent cuisine is offered at its many restaurants, from the fondues at Le Refuge to the international buffet at Les Airelles. Here is a detailed breakdown of the property’s food and beverage outlets:
Le Refuge – An attractive restaurant with a large terrace, serving superb fondues and other heartwarming dishes during the winter, plus a deliciously refreshing menu for summer
Les Airelles – open for breakfast
Kobe – The new born Japanese restaurant offering a wide selection of Japanese food and Sushi. Opens daily from 12pm till 12am
Al Hor tent - Mountain agro-tourism food with the influence of nearby villages and products, located right outside the hotel for a taste of authentic Lebanese flavors
Le Bar – right in the middle of the lobby, and operating day and night, this bar is the place to enjoy cocktails, chat with friends, and even network with colleagues
Night Club – A great choice for evenings on weekends and holidays, the Night Club plays the latest music and creates a party atmosphere for all those present.
Leisure-wise, the resort offers indoor facilities such as billiards, squash courts, a heated pool, a gaming area, and a modern fitness center, in addition to a shopping arcade and cinemas. Outdoor activities include mountain climbing, hiking, biking, rappelling, and rafting, as well as snowmobile and ATV (all-terrain vehicle) excursions to name a few. There is also Les Thermes du Mzaar, a 1,200m2 luxury spa with a range of treatments from facials and balneotherapy to pressotherapy.
Number of floors: 6
- Number of rooms or units: 131
As seen from the Refuge slopes
View from the balcony
Intercontinental Mzaar lobby
Standard Plus Double room
Standard Double room
Deluxe Double room
Kobe restaurant Mzaar
Thermes du Mzaar spa
Front View in summer
Check-in time: 15h00 Check-out time: 12h00
Late check-out given upon availability. IMPORTANT NOTE: - Minimum length of stay (MLS) 3 nights on Christmas Dec 21 till Dec 27 - MLS 5 nights on New Year Dec 27 till Jan 3 - MLS 3 nights on Saint Maroun Feb 6 till Feb 12 - MLS 4 nights on Green Monday - MLS 2 nights on weekends (Friday and Saturday nights).
- 24-hour front desk
- Automatic teller machine (ATM)
- Babysitting / childcare
- Barber / beauty salon
- Business center
- Coffee shop or cafe
- Computer rental
- Concierge services
- Credit cards accepted
- Doctor / nurse on call
- Elevator / lift
- Fireplace in lobby
- Foreign currency exchange
- Internet access (free)
- Laundry / ironing / dry cleaning
- Multilingual staff
- Parking (surcharge)
- Parking (valet)
- Restaurant(s) and bar(s)
- Safe at reception
- Security guard
- Wheelchair accessible