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Deir al Oumara

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Across Deir el Qamar’s narrow cobblestone streets, amongst former palaces and religious landmarks stands Deir al Oumara, a hotel rich in history and heritage.

Listed a Historic Hotel by the Ministry of Tourism, it is located a charming walk away from the main public square and offers breathtaking views of the Lebanese Chouf mountains.

Deir al Oumara currently houses 18 large converted rooms and suites, and a contemporary Lebanese restaurant: Soufrat al Oumara. It offers a unique venue for weddings and festive occasions, as well as multiple business or leisure activities on-site, and across the region.