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Prague, Czech Republic
Reviewed 4 January 2017

We stayed in Pension Al-Nazih in December 2016 for six nights. We can absolutely recommended this place! It has basic standard but it's clean, perfectly situated and what is most important, with really nice, friendly and helpful staff. What also comes in handy when your flight is at some bloody inhumane hour (like 7 AM) is that they can arrange...

Thank J H
Reviewed 4 January 2017 via mobile

Nazih pension affords basic services to whom would like to stay in Beirut. The staff are so cooperative, lovely and we even called each other with our first names (Hala, Montaser, George and Lina). The rooms are tidy and super clean including the bathroom. I was positively surprised that there's a wifi and it's totally free and unlimited. All those...

Thank Wessam S
Izmir, Turkey
Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

Pension Al-Nazih one of the best place I have ever stayed. They have really comfortable beds and the rooms are super clean and they are totally helpfull and showed me Lebanese hospitality by offered me arabic coffees,meals & christmas cake

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Reviewed 27 December 2016

Had a great 5 night stop at Pension Al-Nazih. I stayed in the dorm. It was equipped with a tv and mechanical block out shades. The bed was comfy and the room was surprisingly quiet despite its central location.. The place was very clean and everyone was very warm and friendly, they make you feel at home. The tea was...

1Thank laaventurra
Istanbul, Turkey
Reviewed 20 November 2016

This place was a great place. We enjoyed our time in Beirut thanks to the people at Pension Al Nazih. Arabic coffee was offered every morning, clean and nice room, and lots of help regardless of what it might be with. Good location and central. Walking distance to the famous Gemmayze street. Pension Al Nazih can be recommended to others...

1Thank adelstorgaard
Montreal, France
Reviewed 3 November 2016

Everyone at Al-Nazih Pension is so nice, Hala, Muntaser, George and Lina. They treat you not like a guest but like family. It is right downtown so a great location. The hotel is always clean and a very reasonable price compared to others. I highly recommend anyone stopping by Beirut to stay here.

1Thank patrickwight
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Reviewed 19 September 2016

I really enjoyed my stay here, the location is perfect - walking distance to downtown and Gemmayze street where many cafes and bars are. The rooms and bathroom were spotless and the owners very kind. I would definitely recommend staying here and will be booking here for my next visit. For the price, you cannot beat it!

5Thank maryindubai
Oslo, Norway
Reviewed 15 September 2016 via mobile

Centrally located. A few minutes walk to the very contemporary bars and restaurants in Rue Armenia and close to downtown/marina.Basic standard but very clean. Good value for money and best price airpory transport (appx 15 USD).

5Thank olenor
Reviewed 24 August 2016 via mobile

It is a small pension in the second floor of the building which the Syrians labour's and the Egyptian and others were sleep in a room with four or five bed , the al nazih pension is popular and not expensive, but the good things that it is near the down Town you can walk to the center in 3...

Thank rodjero k
Michel A. Assal... P, Manager at Pension Al-Nazih, responded to this review

Hello. Mr. rodjero K didn't stay at pension al Nazih, and we never have you as a geust at the hotel. and we don't have any syrians labour's or egyptian in our place and we don't have any dorms bed in the second floor, and I believe this post its from a competitors, next to PENSION AL NAZIH.

Reviewed 16 August 2016

Stayed for a weekend with a group of friends and just had the best experience! The new management is working around the clock to make it the best hotel in Beirut but still spend the time to make friends with guests. Was so impressed after my first stay that I came back the next weekend even though I didn't even...

4Thank Morten R

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  • Non-Smoking Hotel
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  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Family Rooms
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  • Free Internet
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  • Breakfast Available
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Pension Al-Nazih is a hotel offering the best budget accommodation for all backpackers and other budget travellers in Beirut, Lebanon. Pension Al-Nazih (also known as Hotel Al Nazih, Al Nazih Hotel and Al Nazih Hostel) is a small budget hotel in the heart of Beirut, which has been reconstructed in the original French Colonial style. Only a few minutes' walk from the Charles Helou bus station, Pension Al-Nazih offers clean, quiet and safe accommodation. WiFi internet access FREE. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Pension Al-Nazih

Address: Rue 62 Chanty | Bld. 3, Secteur 29, Gemmayze (corner of Martyrs' Square and Charles Helou Avenue), Beirut 20295203, Lebanon
Region: Lebanon > Beirut
Number of rooms: 10
Also Known As:
Pension Al Nazih Hotel Beirut
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“If you look for a place to chill especially you are a solo traveller”
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“All rooms are amazing, Thou i stayed at the doom which was exceptional as well.”
ezei2017, 23 Jan 2017 | Read review
“Either dorm or private rooms are great.”
maryindubai, 19 Sep 2016 | Read review
“The hotel rooms contain 4,5 beds and some rooms are for single and double. Breakfast provided by order”
abane409, 11 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Avoid room #10. It has a nice patio, but they will come in constantly to hang laundry out to dry.”
matthewmagellan, 2 Jul 2013 | Read review
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