A cross between a Swiss chalet and a traditional Lebanese stone-built house, Merab hotel boasts a rustic atmosphere with interior elegance - albeit with a touch of the 80s - that still outdoes its 3-star rating, particularly when compared to others in the same class.
A warm lobby done in wood with a fireplace in the corner offer great refuge after all the snow activities, while cozy rooms with wooden floors ensure comfortable sleep.
There is a restaurant in the hotel called Chez Mansour that extends a vigorous mix of local and international fare, plus many good wines to warm the soul in winter. (Gourmet diners can also head to the luxury Mzaar InterContinental nearby for a more sophisticated choice of food and leisure).
Overall, this quaint hotel offers good value for money, is close to the slopes and boasts all the necessary amenities such as Cable TV and ski shuttle that takes guests to the slopes.