Perfectly located in between the two most fashionable neighborhoods, Gemmayze & Mar Mikhaël, plus Beirut's downtown is just at the end of the street. With many trendy boutiques, art galleries, antique furniture stores in Mar Mikhaël (the new hub for art and creativity); And, many bars, restaurants and cafés, the location is a hotspot for Beirut party-goers, art lovers, or street wanderers.
This is more of a community in an apartment than it is a guesthouse.
This is one of the few remaining old traditional Lebanese buildings after the war. Many old buildings were lost during the war, and unfortunately, others are continually being demolished to make way for modern buildings. Beirut has now less than 300 buildings of heritage architecture remaining, while it used to have 1600 heritage buildings. The apartment has traditional high ceiling as it was accustomed in the old days, and the beautiful tiles in all the rooms, that are now impossible to find.
You will be having a private bedroom that has includes a big closet for your clothes. The apartment has two bathrooms, both of which are shared with me or other guests that might be there during your stay. Both bathrooms include showers.
I can sometimes arrange a private bathroom specifically for the room at an additional price, but ask me before booking if this is important for you.
You have access to a fully equipped kitchen, a big living room, and two balconies, one of which is private.
Interaction with guests
I will be available for all your questions, or needed suggesstions to make your stay in Beirut memorable. I can help you plan your trip from A-Z, and suggest the underground untouristic places for your to see beirut from a local's persepective.
Other things to note
Bathroom is Shared
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I recently created a concept called: "Ramzi's Beirut" which is renting private bedrooms in a shared apartment with focus on the local culture. At first I thought of it as a guesthouse, later the word guesthouse was just not accurate in reflecting the concept. I want visitors to see Beirut my way as someone who have lived here for his entire life, and loves this city, knows all the hidden gems and beauties of it. I needed a concept to help me share this experience that i have. Being an aficionado traveler, and always searching for the perfect local experience to get and feel as much of the culture i am visiting in the short time that i spend there, made Ramzi's Beirut. I know that many travelers are looking for this experience and not just fancy hotels and tours.