The infinity pool is just the tip of the iceberg.
Having opened just this summer, independent beach bar, restaurant and nightclub, Seacode, has already turned plenty of heads on the North Coast. If you feel like there's just something a little different about it, you're not wrong - does it remind anyone of lavish Beirut bar? Well, that's because the Lebanese owners have brought over a little taste of the Middle East's party city. Well, it's more than just a little taste.
You see, Seacode has teamed up with Beirut nightlife favourite, Uberhaus, to bring a string of topnotch acts to Sahel, including the likes of Tia and Romax, who are apparently going to be hitting the North Coast very soon. But the big names don't stop there, because on Thursday 9th, Brooklyn-based Egyptian-Jordanian duo, Rami Abousabe and Tamer Malki, aka the brilliant Bedouin, are set to touchdown for a party that promises to be even bigger. The twosome are no strangers to performing in Egypt and their unique Oriental-inspired deep house continues to gain them fans across the world.
The music is just a small slice of the tasty Seacode pie, though, because as a venue, there's nothing quite like it in Sahel. Whether its incredible infinity pool, the stunning turquoise waters or the all-inclusive and convenient pool bar, Seacode offers every kind of beachside experience - and does so spectacularly.
The food is no different - and we'd expect no less from its Lebanese owners, who have taken the culinary classics of Lebanon and fused with a distinct Mediterranean flair. Because you know what they say: when in a Lebanese venue, does as the Lebanese do!
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