Beit Al Wadi · Overview
Less than an hour from Beirut, surrounded by magnificently preserved greenery, an architect built the house of his dreams. A secret getaway, since maintained by his family, that welcomes you amidst hill tops, fruit trees and evergreen pines.
Beit Al Wadi · In detail
In envisioning Beit Al Wadi, Elham and Rabih superposed a contemporary outlook on traditional Lebanese architecture. Inside, classical archways interact with clean lines, while the selected materials and the arrangement of spaces have been designed to seamlessly integrate the place into its environment.
Beit Al Wadi · Meet your host
Elham is a painter. Born in Venezuela, she studied at the Maracaibo Academy of Fine Arts, at the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts, and at the Chelsea School of Arts. Elham has worked and showcased her art in her native country, in London and in Beirut, where some of her paintings notably have been put on display at the prestigious Sursock Museum.
Beit Al Wadi · Rooms
Beit Al Wadi offers 3 double rooms, each with a queen size bed and a private bathroom. All rooms have a small private terrace.
Credits — Photographs: Natheer Halawani, Fouad Abdel Malak.
Lodging policies — Check-in time is 14:00. Check-out time is 12:00 noon. No pets are allowed. Beit Al Wadi operates in spring and summer.
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Our airport transit service from Rafic Hariri International Airport is available day and night. Upon landing and once you’ve picked up your luggage, your taxi driver will be waiting to greet you and drive you to Beit Al Wadi.
From and to Beirut Airport
- Airport pick-up $30
- Airport drop-off $30
The freedom to follow where your heart leads you! Your taxi driver is at your disposal for half day and full day bookings, allowing you the flexibility to create your custom itinerary… all you have to do is let the pleasure of discovery take over.
- Full day (10 hours) $180