MzaarVille Chalets Has Dorm Beds for $40/night!


It’s official. The first snow of the 2011-2012 season has fallen in Lebanon, and winter has begun. In just a few short months, this will turn into a great snowpack covered with great new layers of fresh powder. Skiers, it’s time to start salivating.

If you’re like a lot of people in most of the world, this past year has been a little rough on the wallet. The global economic downturn has meant less spare change for a lot of people, and ski holidays may seem too big to fit into tighter budgets. But don’t despair! Lebanon offers a great bargain in ski travel. Compared to their European counterparts, Lebanon ski resorts and hotels give you much more bang for your buck.

For the budget ski traveller, MzaarVille Chalets has an option that will put a Lebanon ski vacation within reach. This ski season, you can stay at the MzaarVille Chalets in a shared dormitory for only $40/night!

Why stay in a dormitory? Depending on your travel style, the advantages are many. It’s more lively and social to stay in dormitory rooms, giving you a chance to meet fellow skiers. Plus, you still get to enjoy the warm ambiance and cozy common areas of MzaarVille Chalets.

You’ll be right in the heart of Faraya Village, with all its great restaurants, snack bars, and pubs right outside your doorway. And, of course, a great view of the Mzaar ski resort peaks and lifts just beckoning you to jump on and start riding.

Mzaarville Chalets
Bottom line: no need to miss out on a great ski season in Lebanon just because your budget is tighter. Don’t start selling your possessions on eBay just to get to the slopes this winter. In Lebanon, you’ll find great value for your money. You have a bed waiting for you for just $40/night! Now there’s really no excuse. Start planning a Lebanon ski trip today.

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