Phoenicia InterContinental Hotel in-room dining service

Title

Phoenicia InterContinental Hotel in-room dining service

Description

Projecting balconies featured delicate pattern work, a common decorative motif of Beirut.

Architecture by Edward Durell Stone and Joseph P. Salerno.

Interiors designed by Neal Prince.

Furniture designed by Mr. Prince and produced and supplied by Daou et Fils.

Fabric patterns designed by Neal A. Prince, and manufactured by local craftsmen in Beirut.

Photo by Arie deZanger.

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

Creator

Prince, Neal A.

Contributor

Stone, Edward Durell
Salerno, Joseph P.
Daou et Fils, Inc.
DeZanger, Arie

Date

1961

Subject

Inter-Continental Hotels and Resorts
Interior decoration
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_Hotel Room Dining Service 001.jpg

Citation

Prince, Neal A., “Phoenicia InterContinental Hotel in-room dining service,” Designing the Luxury Hotel: Neal Prince and the Inter-Continental Brand, accessed July 7, 2022, https://nealprince.omeka.net/items/show/47.

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