Dar Al AchrafiehBeirut
Dar Al AchrafiehIn the heart of one of Beirut’s oldest neighborhoods sits Dar Al Achrafieh, an exquisite home built in 1929. With its Art Deco furnishings and painted high ceilings, this rare gem remains a living piece of the city’s memory, preserved by one of its most steadfast admirers, Jamil.
Al HaushBekaa and East
Al Haush · The atmosphereSpread out across several acres of farmland, Al Haush is a family enterprise and holistic experience that combines a love for sustainable practices with a passion for the Bekaa Valley. The guesthouse recalls simpler times; a celebration of an authentic Bekaa lifestyle that marries a passion for nature with a commitment to heritage and cultural diversity.
Zanzoun · The placeWhile the older residences of Beirut are often evoked with nostalgia, there remain a few hidden pearls scattered across Beirut, waiting to be discovered. Zanzoun is one such example; a haven in the heart of Mar Mikhael. Walking into its garden is an encounter with the Beirut of the past.
At L’Hôte Libanais we advocate sustainable tourism as a tool that benefits women, men and the environment. We also practice what we preach. True to our vision, we offer accommodations and experiences that allow you to get under the skin of the destinations you are visiting, whether in Beirut, across Lebanon, in Damascus or Algiers.
At L’Hôte Libanais, we believe in a tourism that celebrates diversity: one that introduces travellers to the women, men, and projects that weave the social and cultural fabric of our featured destinations in Lebanon, Damascus and Algiers. It is tourism based on human experiences, mutual enrichment, and respect for the environment.