Beirut Travel Guide
Articles about Beirut
Hotels in Beirut
Hotelier Gordon Campbell Gray (One Aldwych, in London; Carlisle Bay, in Antigua) has fallen in love with Lebanon’s gritty capital, which is why he chose to open his latest property there.
Restaurants in Beirut
Overlooking the Bay of Jounieh, just outside the city, Chez Sami serves regional specialties such as tabbouleh and hummus.
Things to do in Beirut
The farmers’ market Souk El Tayeb draws Maronite, Shiite, Sunni, and Druze vendors from all over Lebanon, transcending religious and tribal divides. Mamoul, the crumbly, date-filled semolina cookies beloved by both Christians and Muslims, are so unfathomably good we challenge you to stop at one.