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Beirut Mall opened its doors to the public on 21st December 2006, and soon quickly became one of the most popular and visited Malls in Lebanon. Beirut Mall is one-stop shopping experience with the most varied and diversified tenant mix, with over 50 tenants occupying the Mall.
Beirut Mall has chosen an assortment of retailers that are complimentary to each other and which offer a wide array of options for visitors as well as specific products through specialty stores, in addition to the renowned Farm Superstores, which has proved successful throughout Saudi Arabia over the past 25 years. Furthermore, the Mall has the infamous Adventure World which is the number one leading Indoor theme park in Lebanon spread over 3500m2 of fully air-conditioned area and having around 65 rides.
Beirut Mall's modern architecture is spread over 50,000m2 and distributed over 4 storeys above ground and 4 storeys underground. The architecture and internal design creates an atmosphere that is welcoming and uplifting to its visitors.
For easy access and better experience Beirut Mall offers a 3 storeys free underground car park for over 650 cars.
Beirut Mall's location has been strategically chosen in order to provide maximum access to the majority of shoppers.
Located just ten minutes drive from Downtown Beirut, it is easily accessible from any part of the city and its proximity allows the mall to be an ideal shopping location for at least one third of the population of Beirut and Lebanon's many annual visitors.
At Beirut Mall you will find different types of cuisine from all four corners of the world present at the Food Court. From Lebanese to Chinese you can find anything your appetite is looking for with a 1500m2 area accommodating 400 persons in a stylish and fully air-conditioned modern atmosphere.
For a change of scene, visitors can alternatively enjoy a coffee, salad or quick lunch at our contemporary Cinnzeo café, located on the ground floor of the mall. Its fast and reliable service makes it an ideal place to stop for a lunch break or coffee during work hours.
And while parents shop around for groceries, clothes and gifts, or simply have a relaxing coffee, why not drop the kids off at Adventure World to have a little fun for themselves?