137 Rue Abdel Wahab El Inglizi (0.2 km from Beit Beirut - Museum and Urban Cultural Center)
Under 5 minutes’ walk from trendy Mono Street in Beirut’s Achrafieh district Albergo Hotel provides rooms with handpicked furniture and hot tub baths. Its rooftop features a restaurant.
Monot Monot Street (0.3 km from Beit Beirut - Museum and Urban Cultural Center)
Set in Beirut 1.3 km from Gemayzeh Street (Rue Gouraud) Monot Suites offers accommodation with a fitness centre free private parking and a shared lounge. All rooms feature a kitchenette a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom.
Monot Antoun Edde Building (0.3 km from Beit Beirut - Museum and Urban Cultural Center)
Set in Beirut in the Mount Lebanon region with Gemayzeh Street (Rue Gouraud) and Monot Street (nightlife) nearby ZUR Studios and Suites offers accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking.
Sodeco Damascus Road (0.3 km from Beit Beirut - Museum and Urban Cultural Center)
Elevating 11 floors with city views and hosting 95 modern rooms and suites Sodeco Suites sets the new standard for four-star comfort and luxury. Complimentary WiFi access is available throughout the hotel and in all rooms.
Monot Street Saifi (0.4 km from Beit Beirut - Museum and Urban Cultural Center)
The 5-star O Monot Luxury Boutique Hotel offers comfort and convenience whether you're on business or holiday in Beirut. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers.
President Elias Sarkis Avenue Ashra (0.6 km from Beit Beirut - Museum and Urban Cultural Center)
Located in the centre of Asrafieh this modern Beirut suite hotel is just a 10-minute drive from Rafic Hariri Airport. It features a state-of-the-art spa and contemporary accommodation with a balcony and a kitchenette.
Jeanne D'arc Street Hamra (0.8 km from Beit Beirut - Museum and Urban Cultural Center)
This 4-star hotel in Beirut’s Hamra district is next to Hamra Street popular for its trendy shops. It offers air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TV and a kitchenette. The bright rooms at the Casa D'or Hotel have carpeted flooring.
Hamra Street (0.8 km from Beit Beirut - Museum and Urban Cultural Center)
The Cavalier is a 4-star hotel centrally located in Hamra within walking distance to the shopping and commercial district of Beirut.
Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant O Monot Hotel is located in Beirut. Free WiFi access is available.
Located in the heart of Beirut the Sofitel Beirut Le Gabriel is a luxury full service hotel with a range of upscale amenities tailored to suit.
In the heart of Beirut’s hotel district the Regis offers bright rooms with free Wi-Fi only steps from the seafront Corniche promenade.
Set in Beirut Hamra Urban Gardens has a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a 24/7 fitness centre.
Located in the heart of Hamra between central Beirut and the financial district Caesar's Park Hotel offers a restaurant and a bar.
Ideally located in the middle of Hamra Street "Caramel Boutique Hotel" offers modern trendy rooms with free WiFi throughout the hotel.
Located in the famous Al Hamra shopping street WH Hotel is within a walking distance to Raouche and Verdun.
Enjoying a central location in Beirut’s bustling Hamra district Embassy is a family-run hotel offering simple yet comfortable accommodation.
Very near the corniche the Marble Tower hotel is located in the heart of Hamra Beirut's main business and cultural area.
Ideally located in the Sin El Fil area The Key Beirut promises a relaxing and wonderful visit.
Enjoy free Wi-Fi an on-site restaurant and a business center at Ramada Beirut Downtown located in the Solidere area.
Hilton Beirut Downtown has a restaurant seasonal outdoor swimming pool a fitness centre and bar in Beirut.
Kantari Suites by DALFA offers accommodation in central Beirut only 1 km away from Hamra Street.
With every point on the compass visible from the rooftop pool the Four Seasons Hotel Beirut also offers unobstructed views from its on-site.
Beverly Hotel is a four star Boutique luxury hotel renovated in 2017 to match with the third millennium’s comfortable and luxurious taste.
Stop at Beverly Hotel Beirut to discover the wonders of Beirut.
Beit Beirut is a museum and urban cultural center located in the Lebanese capital of Beirut. It is dedicated to preserving the history, heritage, and culture of the city through exhibitions, lectures, workshops, films, and other activities. The building was initially established as a residence for Christian clergy in the early 19th century, but after lying dormant for decades it was renovated in 2017 to become an iconic cultural space. Today it provides visitors with an insight into Lebanon's past while also serving as a hub for contemporary debates around history and identity.
The museum houses permanent exhibitions focused on Beirut's rich urban history and its multiple layers of societal development over time. It also hosts temporary exhibitions on topics such as civil society movements, population migrations, war and conflict, economic developments and more. In addition to its gallery spaces and collection of artifacts related to the city’s history and heritage, Beit Beirut also includes an open-air amphitheatre for outdoor performances, events and screenings. The center also has a library that serves both students and researchers interested in learning about Beirut's past from different perspectives.
Beit Beirut aims to provide an inclusive platform for public engagement with urban history. As such it regularly organizes lectures by leading scholars on topics relevant to contemporary politics both at local and international levels; debates between local activists; film screenings; theatrical performances; concerts; workshops; seminars; conferences among other special events centered around dialogue about identities that have shaped the city’s landscape over time. With this holistic approach to understanding how culture contributes to our societies today Beit Beirut has become one of the most vibrant social hubs in Lebanon providing visitors with multifaceted perspectives on urban heritage in modern times.