An effortlessly elegant fusion of traditional and modern design elements are one of the many striking attributes of Beit Teta Mona, a delightful stone house nestled in the traditional mountain village of Kfar Aaqab, an hour’s drive from Beirut. We take a tour with our friends at L’Hôte Libanais.
With Eid Al Adha fast approaching, we bring you a list of events to make the most out of the extended weekend.
Like many other sectors, the local art industry has had to adapt to the various challenges that have changed the way live. Joumana Rizk-Yarak, founder and managing director of MIRROS, talks about what’s happening in Lebanon’s art scene.
With bold patterns, vibrant colors and retro pop-art imagery, Lebanese designer Rana Salam’s work is hard to miss.
If being surrounded by thousands of years of history sounds appealing, you’ll be blown away by L’Hôte Libanais’s family member in Byblos.
On a hill in Ain Aalaq, Mount Lebanon, stands the abandoned Amriyeh Hotel — an icon of a fallen dynasty and a token of Lebanon’s golden era. We take a look inside this incredible landmark and explore its troubled past.
Discovering Lebanon’s hidden gems can sometimes be tricky, especially in unfamiliar towns and villages. Luckily, there are a number of excellent tour organizers and ecotourism specialists that’ll lend a helping hand and guide you.
After having transformed Beirut’s war-ravaged Burj El Murr with vibrant curtains in 2018, Lebanese artist Jad El Khoury has added color — and undeniably joy — to one most iconic landmarks on the Lebanese coastline.
Acclaimed journalist Carla Henoud has been writing for Lebanon’s French-language newspaper, L’Orient Le Jour, for over twenty years. We learn more about her career and her book in this exclusive interview.
Escape the summer heat in Beirut by heading to the roof, where you can enjoy the gentle breeze and cool down with a drink or two.