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Hayete Guesthouse, Beirut

Located in the historical heart of Beirut, the Achrafieh district, the Hayete Guesthouse, a tiny four-room B&B...

Bread Republic, Beirut

Bread Republic Cafe is a democratic breakfast spot, much favored by locals. Moreover, breakfast is available at any time of the day there! It offers...

Bardo, Beirut

Bardo resembles a club of likeminded folks, and exudes a democratic, hassle-free spirit. You can watch a movie there, projected on a wall, play a table game...

Margherita, Beirut

If, being in Beirut, you feel a sudden craving for a luscious pizza, wish to have a good midday meal or a substantial snack before checking out some...

Music Hall, Beirut

If you're in the city on a weekend, your first night must certainly include the Music Hall. It's a Beirut institution, and an evening of cabaret that runs the gamut...

Worth knowing, Beirut

Before travelling to Beirut, make sure that your passport does not have an Israeli visa. If it does, then you will have to change your passport...

Felix, Beirut

Beirut is legendary for its night life, restaurants, and the joie de vivre of its Lebanese inhabitants, no matter what times have come upon the city...

Serail Hill, Beirut

Serail Hill offers a majestic view of the sea and the mountains of Lebanon. It is the site of three impressive Ottoman architecture monuments - the Grand Serail...

Robert Muavad Private Museum, Beirut

The Robert Muavad Private Museum is located close to the Grand Serail, in a restored, 100-year-old, Oriental Gothic mansion, which once belonged...

National Museum of Beirut, Beirut

The most significant archaeological museum in Lebanon and one of the largest in the Middle East houses the world's leading collection of...

Bokja, Beirut

The Bokja interior design store is a destination in itself. As you cross the establishment's threshold, you will get the impression that you have...

Librairie Internationale, Beirut

Librairie Internationale is one of the best-known bookstores in the city. Along with excellent literature (in English, French and Arabic), you will also find...

Sarah’s Bag, Beirut

Sarah's Bag is located in the delightful Achrafieh quarter, on the second floor of an old, historic building. The store is the result of an extremely successful...

Four Seasons Hotel Beirut, Beirut

The Four Seasons is the Four Seasons, wherever you stay, in whichever country. This Beirut hotel took more than nine years to build and opened...

Le Gray, Beirut

Despite the destruction inflicted upon Beirut during the 2006 Lebanon War, one of England's best-known hotel operators obstinately stuck with the idea...

Al Falamanki, Beirut

If you wish to enjoy authentic, Lebanese cuisine in a lively and carefree atmosphere, then Al Falamanki is the right place to go. The restaurant is...

Chez Sami, Beirut

Chez Sami is a superb sea-food restaurant just outside the city centre. A tranquil lapping of waves against the shore, delicious meal of freshly caught...

Karam Beirut, Beirut

Lebanese cuisine is world famous for its freshness and diversity of flavors. Therefore, regardless of how long you stay in Beirut, be sure to visit...

Olio, Beirut

If, being in Beirut, you feel a sudden craving for a luscious pizza, wish to have a good midday meal or a substantial snack before checking out some...

La Parilla, Beirut

Due to its geographical position, Beirut has always been a junction point between east and west, three continents, different cultures and religions...

Things to do, Beirut

Beirut is definitely walkable. Begin a walking tour at the CENTRAL SQUARE, by the HAMIDIYYEH CLOCK TOWER, built in 1897 for the tenth anniversary...

Essence, Beirut

If you find yourself heading for the airport in the early morning light, and you spot a local partygoer on his way home after a night out with friends, then you...

Gibran Museum, Beirut

The Gibran museum is dedicated to the legendary, Lebanese-born artist, writer and philosopher Khalil Gibran, who lived in the United States...

Beirut Art Centre, Beirut

Located in an industrial sector of the city, the Beirut Art Centre (BAC) is Lebanon's leading contemporary art institution. Its principal goal is to produce...

Sursock Museum, Beirut

The Sursock Museum is one of the most popular museums in Beirut and is Lebanon's principal, modern art museum. It is located in the former Sursock...

Souk el Tayeb, Beirut

Souk el Tayeb was the first farmers' market in Beirut and is still the most popular. Part of its success lies in its support of the Slow Food philosophy...

Senteurs d’Orient, Beirut

If you simply want to spoil yourself, or to bring back a useful souvenir that you would be glad to present as a gift to your friends, then it is well worth...

The Beirut Souks, Beirut

Although it is widely believed that a marketplace was already located here way back in the Phoenician times, and that the Souk is almost as old as...

L’Hote Libanais, Beirut

Price-wise, Beirut's accommodations would probably not suit the budget traveller, since relatively few, classical bed and breakfast options are...

Hotel Albergo, Beirut

The Hotel Albergo is one of the most charming places to stay in Beirut. It can be found in Achrafieh, one of the city's oldest Christian quarters and home to...

La Centrale, Beirut

La Centrale is well worth the visit for both aesthetic and gastronomic reasons. Its interior, which was designed by architect Bernard Khoury, is an experience...