Saint George Hotel is one of the main landmarks in Lebanon. It was built in 1920 and survived the civil war.
Although it’s no longer working as a hotel because of some political views, the pool area and the bar are still functioning until today and I love it there.
Just imagining that this location is part of Beirut’s history and the Lebanese cultural heritage and that I can still go there is just incredible. It feels like being part of history.
The pool is in a flat green area with an open view to the Marina, yachts and the Zaytouna bay area; as a landscape it seems visually connected, although both areas are different.
Saint Georges Club hosts several events during the year; however, they are announced only during the season.
I find it a bit fancy but I still love it just to enjoy a sunny pool day in the heart of Beirut city.