If you'd like to spend your trip to Beirut in an economical way, select a hotel among 13 budget-friendly deals, such as Regis Hotel or Quality Rooms. Silver Apartments is a low-priced apartment near MM2 offering a golf course and hiking.
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Where to stay in Beirut?
Best cheap hotels in Beirut
Beirut airports & Subway stations
Assaha Hotel is a 5-star hotel 1.3 miles from Beirut Rafic Hariri International airport, which features a health club, a golf course and a swimming pool.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Consider staying at Beirut Badawi Modern Apartment or Mar Mikhael 2Bd Rooftop & Terrace to put you in the heart of the action of downtown. An option near the city center is The Standard II - By Beirut Homes next to Adler. Book a hotel in Ras Beirut district, such as Lahoya Homes that offers views of the sea.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Beirut
The top-rated 4-star Lavender Home offers excellent luxury accommodations along with a Jacuzzi, a patio and a swimming pool. Some of our recommended hotels near Santana are Etoile Suites Boutique Hotel Downtown and O Monot Hotel. For those who prefer a chain hotel experience, the 4-star Golden Tulip Midtown Hotel And Suites, situated close to Al-Majidiya Mosque, would be a great option.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
There are 6 budget apartments such as Garden City Residence for avid travelers. New Home Residence is a cozy B&B that will put you only a 25-minute walk from Cathedrale St Elie des Grecs-Catholiques. Parktower Suites is a kid-friendly hotel that features a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and a solarium, making it a fun destination for the entire family. Staybridge Suites Beirut is an elegant resort hotel set less than a 25-minute walk from Al-Abed Clock Tower.
City Guide: Discover the best of Beirut
Beirut is a gateway destination that allows you to get under the skin of the Middle East.
A melting pot of various cultures, Beirut's face being truly of eastern diversity. This is a city to travel to for something completely different from its colonial mosques in the central downtown, the modern Gemmayzeh neighborhood already and the Green Line, yet bitter memories tug at the city.
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On your first visit to Beirut you are going to be left with the idea that it hides its identity, but at a close look you will recognize a city of many faces. In fact, Beirut has too many to describe at once, so you should start from its very beginning to capture the true character of the city.
It was during Roman times that the small city of Beirut was referred to as the main crossing in the area. But the city sustained itself through more than trade and was a home to the first school of law. The city grew in terms of business with spice and silk trade and was lifted to the prominence of the intellectual center of the Arab world by the 19th century.
After the First World War Beirut changed hands to French and served as the capital of the State of Greater Lebanon. As soon as the state turned into independent republic, the city of Beirut began to take the shape of wealthy capital.
In addition, Beirut is among those rare destinations that along with Berlin suffered from division. The Civil War literally split Beirut in two until the city recovered its former potential in the 1990s as a tourist playground.
It means that today you may indulge in Beirut's culture. Attractions include;
Place de l'Etoile, built by the French in the early 20th century
Sursock Museum, an example of the 8th century Lebanese architecture
Sanayeh Park, located in the downtown this park is a real green gem to take it easy
Beirut Art Center, the exhibition space for artworks by local artists
Jeita Grotto is made up of two limestone caves that offer unforgettable experiences while touring it
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