Bright en-suite double room in central Beirut
Bright en-suite double room in central Beirut
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
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A very spacious room with its' own private bathroom, wooden floors, large windows, private AC/heating unit. The duplex house is located in Verdun in the center of Beirut. There is a queen sized bed and a sofa bed.

The space

It's a spacious room with a real bed, and a sofa bed.

Guest access

You will have access to the kitchen, and all common spaces (living room)

Interaction with guests

I am available to help with any information you might need from transportation, to recommendations about the city.

Other things to note

The flat gets electricity 24 hours a day (with a private generator). Guests do not need to worry about the 3 hours power cuts which affect the country.


Amenities
Elevator
Wireless Internet

Prices
Cleaning Fee $19 CAD
Weekly Discount: 15%
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House Rules

I expect guests to behave as if they are home, and accordingly, to respect the space, keep a low voice at night, and not to smoke inside the house.

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Cat(s) live in the house

Cancellations

Availability
1 night minimum stay

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Chafica User Profile
August 2016
Hello all, I stayed with Hana for almost three month this summer. It was the first time I had ever used Airbnb, so I was very skeptical about arranging for such a long stay having never used the app. Fortunately, it turned out to be the best decision I could have ever made. I am eternally grateful that I was lucky enough to end up with such an incredibly hospitable, loving, compassionate and charismatic host like that of Hana. When I initially began searching for a listing in Beirut I had a specific kind of place in mind. I wanted somewhere that felt like a home away from home. I knew that my summer experience was going to be stressful with work as well as school, and so I wanted a place that would feel like a sanctuary for me. That is exactly what Hana's home feels like: a sanctuary. After a long day of meetings and various other stressful ordeals, it was very nice to go home to a comfortable place that has all the amenities and things you may need. If you are traveling far away from home for a long period of time, then that is something you will place immense value on. The entire home feels like a traditional Lebanese house with its own distinct charm. Not to mention, Hana also has three beautiful cats, Jiki, Mitsu, and Ludwig. They were quiet, loving, and adorable animals; a day never passed that they didn't put a smile on my face! Furthermore, the bedroom suite in the listing is wonderful! It is very private and has its own full bathroom, it also has two large windows which you can open up to enjoy Beirut's breezy summer evenings. The kitchen is also very open and overlooks some of the city; it is a fantastic place to cook if you enjoy making your own meals. My stay in Beirut would not have been as enjoyable as it was without Hana. Not only did I leave Beirut with breathtaking memories that I am sure I will be telling my future children, but I left knowing I made a life long friend. Hana is one of the most beautiful people I have ever met and I mean that in every way. Her hospitality, her strength, and her inclination to help those around her has only reaffirmed my belief that genuine and altruistic people exist. I was lucky enough to come across her when I needed that the most in my life. I highly, highly, recommend that you stay with Hana, especially if your stay is long term. You will truly enjoy your stay as well as the company of such a vibrant and welcoming host! Chafi

Khaled User Profile
July 2016
The last time I was in Lebanon was 10 years ago, and this time around I've been having a cultural shock with all the chaos that is typical and requires time to adjust to. However, meeting Hana quickly reminded me of the pure and eloquent Lebanese hospitality and culture that I've long been craving to experience again. Her place is in the middle of verdun, a neighborhood full of life and personality, not far from downtown Beirut. Her apartment is truly a sanctuary, it's one of the nicest and most elegant apartment I've seen in Beirut balancing Lebanese tradition with modernity. It encompasses Beirut and Hana exquisite personality (more on this later). You can see that with the decorations and the furniture. After a long day, you truly feel tranquility and relaxation. In her apartment you will get to meet her three adorable cats with very different personalities. You can tell right away that one of them is very curious haha. Last but not least, Hana. You will fall I. Love with her personality right away when you first see her. Her compassion, empathy and dedication is very evident. She made sure we were fully settled down and what ever we needed was provided. She embodies a true Lebanese woman that I am used to, educated, smart, and extremely polite. There is no way that you will meet Hana and stay at her apartment and not fall in love with Beirut because of her. I will definitely choose her apartment a million times again every time I visit Beirut. Her personality is very humbling and simply beautiful.

Shicong User Profile
May 2016
I really don't know how to write a comment about my experience in Hana's apartment. Because every thing in here are so wonderful, therefore it's impossible to write all the wonderful things and there it's nothing bad in here. All the things I can write it's thank you.

Matthew User Profile
Matthew
May 2016
Hana's home is truly a better experience than the one you would find at Beirut's Four Seasons. After a difficult two months in Lebanon, her home and hospitality were an immense breath of fresh air; I wish I could detail the small kindnesses that were daily with her but they would easily exceed the 500 word allotted by AirBnB. It suffices to say that you will feel quite loved by Hana. Her home is a tranquil and safe sanctum from the often-chaotic Beirut scene and is not affected by the trash odor that you will find engulfing listings closer to the north as a result of certain politician's ineptitude. It's well-decorated, snug and comfortable, and you'll imagine that you've found a bit of a castle-in-the-sky that is somehow immune to all those things about Beirut that will annoy you. The city will sometimes cause you to doubt what you've heard about Lebanese hospitality, but Hana's home will reassure you that it is very much alive and well. You'll enjoy the presence of her three cats and their unique personalities quite a bit and will want to spend time in the drawing living room with them watching a film or reading on Hana's comfortable furniture than just in the room. That said, the bedroom is cozy, well-kept and perfectly air-conditioned; the bathroom is clean and also well-outfitted with excellent water pressure and hot water. The bed is easily the most comfortable mattress in Lebanon. Her wifi is good in the Lebanese sense, meaning it is susceptible to the odd moments of downtime that you'll find at even the most expensive cafés in Beirut. I made several high-quality (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) calls in the room with absolute clarity. Hana's building has a high-quality generator that will keep things going during the daily outages, and this includes the wifi. Living with Hana will begin as a sort of luxury experience and indeed it is, even in comparison to what the pretty skyscrapers in northern Beirut are charging $500 a night for. But it quickly turns into a home where you'll want to come back to as you find out about Hana's charity work, her children, her family and her travels. Her maid, Remi, is extremely helpful and friendly as well; and between the two of them you could not find anything to complain about if you tried. Within a night, we were very comfortable; and within several nights I can say that we felt at home. Truthfully, living at Hana's Verdun residence is no doubt going to be the thing that I miss the most about Beirut itself, for it was a very bright period in my time there. I have little doubt that you'll have a similar experience.

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Beirut, LebanonJoined in February 2016
Hana User ProfileHana is a superhost.

I am an avid hiker, I love nature, traveling and discovering places. I also enjoy meeting new people and cultures.
I founded an organization to promote awareness and prevention of colorectal cancer in Lebanon, which is partially funded through the income I generate by renting out a room in my apartment on Airbnb and our family mountain chalets.

Languages: English, Français, العربية
Response rate: 90%
Response time: within a few hours

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