In preparation for its big launch in 2013, VEER Boutique Hotel and Resort, a privately Lebanese owned company, decided to give beach lovers a glimpse of the project with its soft launch this summer in Kaslik.
“We are delighted to open VEER this year and I am so excited to see our guests’ feedback towards what this project offers.” said Hagop Tekeyan, President and CEO of VEER Boutique Hotel and Resort. “VEER is an unmatched experience of quality food, architecture and service. The project is expected to take the concept of boutique Hotels and Resorts to a new level.” he added.
Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and the mountain of Zouk Mikael VEER is set to change the concept of Boutique Hotels & Resorts making in Lebanon, giving it a new dimension beach connoisseurs will appreciate.
Designed by Jean Bou Doumit, VEER’s timeless concept of metal structure combined with dark glass will offer an immaculately designed gym and spa, VEER Restaurant & Bar offering Mediterranean cuisine, the Sunset bar, pool bar, glass enclosed meeting space, 4 poolside villas each with its private Jaccuzzi and a private aquarium pool, 4 underwater cabanas and 6 beachside apartments and, of course VEER hotel with its 21 rooms.
“With its contemporary avant-garde architecture, iconic brand design, modern interior, overall customer experience and latest technology VEER is set to be one of Lebanon’s hottest destinations. We are starting it now in Kaslik but we have plans for it to be present in different parts of Lebanon and the region.” said Tekeyan.
Beach clubbers will enjoy sunset drinks on the latest summer tunes played by VEER’s resident DJ, with the state-of-the-art Electro-voice sound system, making it the only privately owned business in the world with such sound system. “We are so proud of the quality of products used at VEER, front of the house and back of the house,” added Tekeyan. A massive city lies beneath VEER, designed to offer a smooth operation for employees during working hours. The area accommodates one of the biggest kitchens in Lebanon with the latest equipment. “We believe in our people, they are the face of VEER and we are keen on providing the best work environment for them.” added Tekeyan.
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