The place is clean and well kept, but there are a few issues:
Lebanon suffers from little water resources, and to have a shower it takes 20 gallons of cold water before you get the hot water, they have a central heating in the ground, and all the water is lost.
2- they insist on putting on the lights of all balconies, and that is in your room, hence, if you want to sleep, you have to close the curtains, which forces you to use air conditioning, that is very environmentally unfriendly,
We should be able to put off the balcony light, and open the windows and sleep, but there are no fly screens either, which in turn forces you to sleep with air con on, too bad.
They do not have towel hangers any where, or clothes hangers in bathrooms
they do not have a safety mat in the shower, with very slippery ceramic shower floors, very hazardous indeed