Airbnb has been growing all over the world and Lebanon is no exception. There are currently more than 300 Airbnb spots across Lebanon. We thought you should check out the most expensive ones should you decide to go all out on your next trip to Lebanon.
This villa, located in Faraya, accommodates 12 people. It has 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 12 beds, 3 Saloons, private restaurant, private night club, Basketball Court, 3 kitchens, big garden, parking and best of all its directly on the Main Road in the Val De Neige Area. 2 chimneys, 24/7 Electricity and Water, Heater, and a concierge.
Located in the Cedars, it is fully furnished and can accommodate up to 9 people. It includes 5 bedrooms, 8 beds, 3 bathrooms, a kitchen, 2 living rooms, a TV room, a dining room, a parking, and a private garden overlooking the Kadisha Valley.
Beit Wadih is a Lebanese guest house owned and operated by a family dedicated to lovingly share with its guests, an exclusive “art de vivre” in an outstanding property built in the fifties, and conserving a true and authentic character. It can accomodate more than 16 people. It has 9 bedrooms, 16 beds and 8 bathrooms.
Le Yacht Club – Beirut is the premier seaside destination for luxury living and recreation in Lebanon, catering exclusively to the region’s cultural and social elite – in case the price didn’t give off that vibe. It accommodates up to 6 people and has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
Located in Ainab in a private gated community with security which includes 22 other villas. The villa accommodates up to 10 people, has 5 bathrooms and 6 bedrooms, 2 were designed for the driver and housekeeper with their own bathrooms. The community includes a club house, pool, jacuzzi, gym and squash courts. Minimum stay is 2 nights.
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