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Many Tripoli residents fondly remember the prosperous family owned hotels that were once widely spread across the city.Many of the hotels are centered around Tripoli's historic Al-Tal Square.The two-floor, 18-bedroom hotel is located on Koura Square, close to Al-Tal Square.The Al-Arabi hotel used to welcome guests from a number of different areas and nationalities.The lack of development in Tripoli's hotel sector has left other once-prominent hotels on the edge as well.The Palace Hotel has 14 rooms, each with two beds, which go for up to $30 .It constitutes of 14 rooms, with four beds in each room.Faced with these realities and given the threat posed to these hotels, some believe that there is a responsibility that falls on Tripoli Municipality, especially as there seems to be no other way to give the sector a boost.This doesn't cover hotels because most of them are privately owned, Tadmuri explained.Hariri called on the municipality to help these hotels by making official delegations visiting Tripoli stay in them.
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