Phoenicia Lebanon

Phoenicia

The Phoenicia was - like the St George - always top of our list, but certain circumstances made it impossible until recently to accept it into the group of The Most Famous Hotels in the World. Here Lyndon Johnson stopped over in 1962, it was home to...

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Le Bristol (Beirut) Lebanon

Le Bristol (Beirut)

Since 1951 the Bristol in Beirut is one of the great hotels of the Middle East. Born into the heydays of Beirut, then called the "Paris of the Middle East", it has survived various wars and emergencies.

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Le Royal

Le Royal

Indochine 1923/1924. The construction of a 55-room hotel in Phnom Penh was proposed, with Ernest Hébrard as architect. A visionary planner,...Read More

Half Moon

Half Moon

In 1954, a group of wealthy individuals including Donald Deskey, the fabled designer (among his works the Radio City Music Hall); Harvey Firestone,...Read More

Grand Hotel Nuwara Eliya

Grand Hotel Nuwara Eliya

The hotel opened in 1891. One of the first advertisements we found dates from 1899. The hotel was the former residence of Sir Edward Barns,...Read More

Royal York

Royal York

"When in Toronto, it would be a crime to miss The Royal York. The thriving modern metropolis has grown up around this landmark hotel."Read More

Mena House

Mena House

  The Mena House presented us with a remarkable challenge — we had to verify its opening date which appeard to be wrong (1865?). We...Read More