Phoenicia InterContinental Hotel floorplan

Title

Phoenicia InterContinental Hotel floorplan

Description

Floorplan of the Phoenicia InterContinental Hotel.

Architecture by Edward Durell Stone, Joseph P. Salerno, Ferdinand Dagher, and Rodolphe Elias.

The hotel had 600 rooms and suites, a variety of shops and restaurants, and a swimming pool designed by Neal A. Prince, with a viewing bar in the lower basement, looking out to the pool. Furniture was designed by Neal Prince, and manufactured and supplied by Daou et Fils.

The original hotel was closed in 1976, and re-opened in 2000 under the new management of the Inter-Continental Hotels and Resorts brand.

Architect of the second tower added around mid 1970s: Joseph Philippe Karam.

Creator

Stone, Edward Durell
Salerno, Joseph P.
Dagher, Ferdinand
Elias, Rodolphe

Contributor

Prince, Neal A.

Date

1961

Subject

Architecture--Designs and plans
Floor plans
Inter-Continental Hotels and Resorts
Hotels--Lebanon--Beirut

Rights

Neal A. Prince Special Collection & Archives, New York School of Interior Design, New York, NY, United States

Coverage

Beirut, Lebanon

Files

Beirut floorplan.jpg

Citation

Stone, Edward Durell et al., “Phoenicia InterContinental Hotel floorplan,” Designing the Luxury Hotel: Neal Prince and the Inter-Continental Brand, accessed August 8, 2022, https://nealprince.omeka.net/items/show/44.

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