Sea Side Road Behind Kfc Beside Adv (0.2 km from Martyrs' Square)
Facing the beachfront in Khaldah La Siesta features a bar and a garden. Featuring room service this property also welcomes guests with a restaurant a water park and an outdoor pool.
Gouraud 341 Main Street Gemmayzeh (0.3 km from Martyrs' Square)
Set in Beirut and with Gemayzeh Street (Rue Gouraud) reachable within 300 metres Hotel Lost offers a ticket service allergy-free rooms a restaurant free WiFi throughout the property and a bar.
Maroun Naccache Ave - Saifi (0.3 km from Martyrs' Square)
Saifi Suites is a stylish 5-star hotel located in the heart of Beirut. It features free WiFi in the entire hotel a gym and a spa. Downtown Beirut is a 5 minutes’ drive away by car.
Syria Street Down Town (0.4 km from Martyrs' Square)
Enjoy a comfortable stay at the elegant Markazia Suites conveniently located in the Central Business District of Beirut within a walking distance of major attractions. Markazia Suites provide comfort with ample living space and kitchen facilities.
Monot Street Saifi (0.4 km from Martyrs' Square)
Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant O Monot Hotel is located in Beirut. Free WiFi access is available. Each room here will provide you with a TV air conditioning and a balcony. There is also a coffee machine.
Gouraud Street (0.5 km from Martyrs' Square)
Kuwait Street (0.6 km from Martyrs' Square)
Set in Beirut within 1.1 km of Pigeon Rock Rawcheh and 1.4 km of Hamra Street Holiday Home Suites features accommodation with a terrace and free WiFi as well as free private parking for guests who drive.
Monot Street Saifi (0.6 km from Martyrs' Square)
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.
Arthaus Beirut has a restaurant fitness centre a bar and garden in Beirut.This 5-star hotel offers a concierge service ticket service and free WiFi.
Hilton Beirut Downtown has a restaurant seasonal outdoor swimming pool a fitness centre and bar in Beirut.
Under 5 minutes’ walk from trendy Mono Street in Beirut’s Achrafieh district Albergo Hotel provides rooms with handpicked furniture and hot tub.
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.
Enjoying a central location in Beirut’s bustling Hamra district Embassy is a family-run hotel offering simple yet comfortable accommodation.
Located in the famous Al Hamra shopping street WH Hotel is within a walking distance to Raouche and Verdun.
Very near the corniche the Marble Tower hotel is located in the heart of Hamra Beirut's main business and cultural area.
With every point on the compass visible from the rooftop pool the Four Seasons Hotel Beirut also offers unobstructed views from its on-site.
Kantari Suites by DALFA offers accommodation in central Beirut only 1 km away from Hamra Street.
Situated in Beirut city centre the Radisson BLU Martinez Hotel offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi and a wellness centre featuring an indoor.
Situated on Beirut’s beach promenade Bayview offers spacious rooms. Its rooftop restaurant and bar has panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea.
Boasting a prime location in Beirut’s Hotel District Warwick Palm Beach Hotel is just 1 minute walk from the seafront Corniche promenade and.
Gefinor Rotana located in the famous Hamra area has set the trend with its location “truly in the heart of the city” being close to all city.
Near the heart of Solidere central business district The Parisian Hotel offers rooms equipped with air conditioning a high.peed internet connection.
In Beirut Q-Hotel offers elegant rooms and suites featuring a classic French décor.
Martyrs' Square Beirut is a historic public space located in the heart of the city. It has a rich history that dates back to the early 19th century and serves as an important symbol of freedom, unity, and independence for the people of Lebanon. The square was originally built in 1820 by Ottoman rulers to commemorate those who had died in the Ottoman-Alawite War. It has since become a place of remembrance and celebration for all Lebanese citizens.
The square is home to two iconic landmarks: the Martyrs' Monument, which was erected in 1921 to honor those who died fighting for Lebanon's independence from France; and the Martyrs' Clock Tower, which has been standing since 1934 as a symbol of national pride and timekeeping tradition. The monument displays four bronze figures representing courage, faith, hope, and patriotism – values that still remain strong in Lebanese society today. Every summertime on August 14th, large crowds gather at Martyrs' Square Beirut to celebrate National Independence Day with fireworks and festivities.
At the entrance of Martyrs' Square sits Souk al-Tawileh - one of Beirut’s oldest markets. This historical market dates back to 1697 when it was founded by Imam Ali Tawileh as part of his efforts to help revive Beirut's economy after years of turmoil and destruction. Today this bustling market offers visitors everything from fresh produce and souvenirs to clothing and handmade crafts made by local artisans.
Located within walking distance from downtown Beirut are several other landmarks associated with Martyrs' Square including beautiful gardens such as Beit El Din Garden and Beit Mery Gardens; theaters such as Al Karma Theater; museums like National Museum Of Beirut; historic churches like St George Maronite Cathedral; mosques like Mohammed Al Amin Mosque; parks like An-Nouqra Park and much more. These sites are all popular destinations among tourists looking to explore the rich history of central Beirut while visiting this critical public space at Martyrs’ Square Beirut.