If you want to escape from your busy life, consider spending a day at one of these places! From a tiny apartment to a 300-year-old palace, experience something new by staying at one of these amazing spots!
El Mtein Guesthouse
You can stay at a 300-year-old palace! El Mtein Guesthouse was built by the Al Lamaa royal family. The architecture is fascinating, and the palace has been preserved very well.
La Maison de La Forêt
La Maison de La Forêt is where you can escape from your busy life. Located in a pine forest in Jezzine, this communal eco-touristic site gathers adventure, accommodation, and fresh air.
Meghrak is a magnificent hidden spot in Batroun! It's a small non-profit eco-tourist project where you can enjoy a walk, organize a picnic, or camp under the stars! This place looks like it's straight out of a fairy tale book.
Bouyouti is nestled in the Chouf mountains. It combines breathtaking landscapes and Lebanese architecture which is the perfect combination for a relaxing stay.
Beit Douma is a restored 19th-century Lebanese villa that is characterized by tall arched windows and vaulted ceilings. The guesthouse is surrounded by a garden and apple orchards.
You can spend a night in a snow dome in ODIN, Mzaar! The domes look just like the thermal glass igloos in Finland that went viral online! They give you the ultimate sky gazing experience!
Baffa House is a charming bed and breakfast in Mar Mikhael. This renovated 1940s heritage home combines Lebanese aesthetic with modern design elements.
Beit Al Batroun
Beit Al Batroun is the perfect place the stay if you need to escape the city's hustle and bustle. The host is an artist, and she decorated the guesthouse herself. It's a piece of art!
The Lebanese architecture studio Eliemetni has squeezed a queen-sized bed, a bathroom, a living room, and a kitchenette in a 15-square-meters apartment on a rooftop in Achrafieh, Beirut called The Shoe Box. Read more.
Dar Linda is located in the side of a mountain overlooking Deir El Qamar. The guesthouse is full of artifacts and ethnographic objects that the host acquired over her long career and many travels.
Beit El Nessim
Beit El Nessim is a beautiful 150-year-old house. Sit on the rooftop terrace and enjoy the bell towers, minarets, and fruit trees.