In line with the decision of the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities to permit shopping malls to resume operations, within strict health and safety guidelines and protocols, City Centre Beirut,
Majid Al Futtaim's shopping mall in Lebanon, will reopen from Monday 1st June 2020. 

Selected retail outlets at City Centre Beirut will reopen and operate within the Mall’s daily operating hours of 10:00 am to 07:00 pm. Leisure and entertainment outlets, and cinemas will remain temporarily closed until 8th June 2020 as per government directives. Carrefour hypermarket will continue operating from 8:00 am till 10:00 pm daily.
 
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Beirut City Centre makes wishes come true

In a festive atmosphere of melodies and colorful ornaments, Beirut City Centre invited two children from Tamanna to be part of its celebrations and make their dreams come true.

 

In a festive atmosphere of melodies and colorful ornaments, Beirut City Centre invited two children from Tamanna to be part of its celebrations and make their dreams come true.

Malak and Hammoudi, both 5 years old, visited Santa’s village, cooked with Mrs. Claus and helped the elves with gift wrapping and storytelling. By the end of the day, both kids had a surprise in store for them.

Malak’s wish got realized when she received a brand new bedroom. Hammoudi always wished for his own laptop, which he got after a festive day at the mall.

“This experience reflects Majid Al Futtaim’s vision is to create great moments for everyone every day,” said Sleiman Mallat, Senior Mall Manager. “Beirut City Centre was proud to host Tamanna’s children and contribute to their happiness as they participated in the festivities.”

Tamanna is a non-profit organization that grants the wishes of children with critical illnesses to empower them during stress and hardship. Any child between 3 and 18 years with a critical illness, residing or being treated in Lebanon, is eligible for a wish. Today, Tamanna serves 15 hospitals across the country. Wishes are served without regard to nationality, religion or socio-economic background.