Today Brummana region counts around 10 hotels among them two 5-star (Printania Palace Hotel and Grand Hills Hotel & Spa) and two 4-star (Bellevue Palace Hotel and Sheraton Claridge Hotel under construction), 13 furnished apartments and 13 compounds, sidewalk restaurants, cafes and nightclubs known for their varied shows and programs -most of the prime Lebanese restaurants are present in Brummana, as well as over 200 shops and commercial establishments. .
In addition, and during the civil strife years, Brummana has gradually become a primary residence for an increasing number of Lebanese and Arab families and first-class schools have chosen Brummana for their main campus.
Lebanon's historic and natural sites - from Baalbek and Byblos to the Jeita Grotto and the Cedars are among the primary attractions for many visitors to Lebanon, particularly Western visitors. Access to all these sites is just as easy, if not easier, from Brummana as it is from Beirut, where traffic delays can add considerable time to day-trips.
Mount Lebanon also has its own historic and natural sites that, if not as famous, are nonetheless interesting and attractive to tourists. Deir Al Kalaa in Beit Mery is one such example; others include the Serail Abi Lamaa and 18th Monastery of St Shaya in Broummana. Some of the villages in the region are also of archaeological interest, and there are two natural springs and a waterfall at Wadi Al Aar, Baabdat.
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