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Sunny & Calm Apartment
2 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath

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Our home is located in one of last few 'vintage' neighborhoods in Beirut.
We are two filmmakers who love this city.
Come enjoy a morning coffee on our sunny balcony, or a late night beer on our rooftop overshadowing Beirut.
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The space

It is a very calm area, you can even hear the birds singing in the morning.
The bedroom comfortably fits two people.

Guest access

The house is yours, but please keep it clean.

Interaction with guests

We respect your privacy, and we will be happy to help you out.

Other things to note

The electricity in Beirut goes out for 3 hours a day. But we can make a daily calendar to tell you the timings beforehand.

Pets allowed
Wireless Internet
Family/kid friendly
House Rules
Check-in time is flexible
Check out by 12AM (midnight)

Smoking is allowed, except in the bedroom.
Pets are allowed (except cats,I have allergies).

You must also acknowledge
Must climb stairs
No parking on property
Some spaces are shared - The rooftop is a shared space, but it ended up only me using it

15 Reviews

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David User Profile
March 2017
Paulines place is really cozy and the balcony is nice to just hang there, have a beer and talk with your friends that you are traveling with. The apartment is located in a good area where you can reach the busy streets with bars and restaurants in less than 15 minutes. The area is also really quite and that makes the stay comfortable. It would suggest her place at anytime for a great Beirut experience!

Amine User Profile
January 2017
Before i write about Pauline's place, i wanna point out that Pauline is extremely friendly and had been helpful and supportive all throughout my stay. She would always follow up and make sure i'm satisfied. She even welcomed me with a red wine bottle on the house :) Pauline's place has a very nice style. I wouldn't say fancy at all, but unique indeed. The apartment is very old and located in a jumbly structured neighborhood, but i guess this is what gives it it's distinctive character. The apartment is located on the 3rd floor and has a one way straight staircase all the way up. This was very funny to experience but an amazing thing indeed. As per my understanding, most of Beirut's historic buildings has this style of staircases. The apartment was perfectly clean and had the exact amenities as listed by Pauline. The Wifi was great and the vast variety of DVDs she had made my nights super cozy and chilled. There is a nice green hammock on the balcony with a bamboo side-rug adding privacy to your morning coffee, and a cozy corner in the bedroom with a modern wooden desk for your morning emails. The best touches i enjoyed are the hanging plant on the ceiling of the living room, the miniature elephant status all over, the mini sand timer stuck on the bathroom's mirror, the tiny mosaic image of a lady in the kitchen, and the weird in-wall shelves display in the entrance hallway. In terms of location, the apartment is nearby the central of Beirut, and the famous marmkhael street. A perfectly walking distance in summer, but wouldn't say an ideal location in winter. Things i didn't like: -No dedicated parking space (since i had a car) -Can "slightly" get cold in winter (but Pauline was willing to equip me with an additional electric heater) -The shower space is too tiny and coinciding with the toilet seat. All in all, i would say it's definitely worth the value and definitely worth the experience.

Christopher User Profile
September 2016
We spent a month in Pauline's apartment. It was, overall, great. The apartment is well-located: away from the buzz but walking distance to ie Mar Michael and a quick taxi ride to pretty much anywhere. There was some electricity and water cuts but this is Beirut and the infrastructure is clearly behind due to the political situation... Pauline was very busy so we were not able to meet with her after she let us in but she was always there whenever help was needed. If you're looking for a place that is neither luxurious nor shabby, this is it !

Valeriy User Profile
October 2015
Apartment is comfortable, located in calm area. I had everything I needed. Wifi worked good (which is big deal in Beirut) Hosts were nice, helpful and agreed to meet me for the check-in late at night.

Tamara User Profile
September 2015
Krystel was so sweet. The place is a beauty of the old beirut.

Matthias User Profile
September 2015
Staying in Krystel's place was great, she is very welcoming and we didn't have any problem with this apartment in a great location, it's a very central area. Everything is clean and well organised. Thank you Krystel!

Alessandro User Profile
September 2015
Great apartment in great location. And excellent communication, I definitely recommend it!

Beirut, LebanonJoined in September 2014
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Languages: English, Français, العربية

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