Christmas trees lined up at the entrance of Phoenicia Hotel in Beirut. (Photo courtesy of Phoenicia Hotel)
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Beirut is a city renowned for its party reputation, and it promises not to disappoint this Christmas and New Year's Eve.The hotel's international festive brunch on Christmas Day will feature entertainment by a magician, as well as a visit from Santa and his elves – all for the price of $92 per person.A little further along the Corniche, the Movenpick Hotel will get into the Christmas spirit with a lunch buffet on Dec. 24 and a dinner buffet on Dec. 25, costing $63 and $68 per person respectively.Le Gray will also host three other events to welcome in 2018, which range in price from $120 to $390 per person.Offering a much more affordable Christmas lunch – at $45 per person, with a 50 percent discount for children under the age of 12 – the Smallville Hotel's charm sets it apart from other establishments in Beirut.Le Bristol also offers glitzier in-house dining, with live carving and cooking stations enlivening its Christmas Day lunch, accompanied by live festive tunes.
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