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  • Rue Huvelin

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    Just off Rue Monot, Rue Huvelin, named after Paul Huvelin who founded the law school of the Université Saint-Joseph in Beirut in 1913, is home to the historic Campus of Social Sciences of the Université Saint-Joseph and the Saint-Joseph Jesuit Church.

    Just off Rue Monot, Rue Huvelin, named after Paul Huvelin who founded the law school of the Université Saint-Joseph in Beirut in 1913, is home to the historic Campus of Social Sciences of the Université Saint-Joseph and the Saint-Joseph Jesuit Church.

  • Hotel Dieu Hospital

    Hotel Dieu Hospital

    Hôtel-Dieu de France is a non profit university hospital and research center founded in 1922 in Beirut. HDF has become a model for excellence in the region, with more than 400 beds, 170 physicians, 400 nurses, 12 operating rooms and 150000 admissions per year.

    Hôtel-Dieu de France is a non profit university hospital and research center founded in 1922 in Beirut. HDF has become a model for excellence in the region, with more than 400 beds, 170 physicians, 400 nurses, 12 operating rooms and 150000 admissions per year.

  • ABC Mall

    ABC Mall near Citea Apart Hotel

    Walk to ABC Mall Achrafieh, Beirut’s prominent mall and department store offering a world of entertainment, shopping and leisure.

    Walk to ABC Mall Achrafieh, Beirut’s prominent mall and department store offering a world of entertainment, shopping and leisure.

  • Beirut Souks & Downtown

    Beirut Souks near Citea Apart Hotel

    A hotspot for shopping, socializing and relaxing, Beirut Souks are located in the heart of downtown Beirut with an architecture that blends modernity and old Beirut with its narrow streets reminiscent of old souk walkways.

    A hotspot for shopping, socializing and relaxing, Beirut Souks are located in the heart of downtown Beirut with an architecture that blends modernity and old Beirut with its narrow streets reminiscent of old souk walkways.

  • Sassine Square

    Beirut city view

    A few minutes away from CITEA, Sassine Square is Beirut’s biggest and oldest square. Home to a variety of street cafes, restaurants and shops, you can walk around, have a coffee and people watch.

    A few minutes away from CITEA, Sassine Square is Beirut’s biggest and oldest square. Home to a variety of street cafes, restaurants and shops, you can walk around, have a coffee and people watch.

  • Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Saint George

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    Close to Beirut’s Nejmeh Square and in close proxoimity to the Parliament, the church was restored following the civil war and has become a historic monument.

    Close to Beirut’s Nejmeh Square and in close proxoimity to the Parliament, the church was restored following the civil war and has become a historic monument.

  • Mohammad Al Amine Mosque

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    In the heart of Beirut Central District, the Sunni Muslim mosque has become one of Beirut’s most known landmarks.

    In the heart of Beirut Central District, the Sunni Muslim mosque has become one of Beirut’s most known landmarks.

  • Sioufi Garden

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    In close proximity to CITEA, Sioufi Garden is a public garden that overlooks the Beirut River and the mountains of Lebanon.

    In close proximity to CITEA, Sioufi Garden is a public garden that overlooks the Beirut River and the mountains of Lebanon.

  • Stairs of St-Nicholas

    Street art near Citea Apart Hotel

    The public stairway linking Rue Sursock and Rue Gouraud has become a must-see landmark in Beirut with its 125 steps and 500 meters span staircase that make it the longest in the region.

    The public stairway linking Rue Sursock and Rue Gouraud has become a must-see landmark in Beirut with its 125 steps and 500 meters span staircase that make it the longest in the region.

  • Gemmayzeh & Mar Mikhael Nightlife

    Beirut nightlife near Citea Apart Hotel

    A bohemian neighborhood that comes alive at night, Rue Gouraud is the perfect area whether day or night. By day, walk around the narrow streets, admire the historic buildings reminiscent of Old Beirut and the French era, and grab a bite at any of the chic eateries and colorful cafes. By night, experience Beirut’s vibrant nightlife with Gemmayzeh’s variety of pubs, bars, lounges and extensive culinary options.

    A bohemian neighborhood that comes alive at night, Rue Gouraud is the perfect area whether day or night. By day, walk around the narrow streets, admire the historic buildings reminiscent of Old Beirut and the French era, and grab a bite at any of the chic eateries and colorful cafes. By night, experience Beirut’s vibrant nightlife with Gemmayzeh’s variety of pubs, bars, lounges and extensive culinary options.

  • National Museum of Beirut & Mim Museum

    Museum near Citea Apart Hotel

    Discover Lebanon’s rich heritage by visiting Beirut’s National Museum where collections of archeology, including antiquities and medieval finds from excavations undertaken by the Directorate General of Antiquities.

    Discover Lebanon’s rich heritage by visiting Beirut’s National Museum where collections of archeology, including antiquities and medieval finds from excavations undertaken by the Directorate General of Antiquities.

  • Sursock Museum

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    Nestled in the heart of Beirut on Rue Sursock and recently reopened, the Nicolas Ibrahim Sursock Museum is a contemporary museum that collects, preserves and exhibits local and international art.

    Nestled in the heart of Beirut on Rue Sursock and recently reopened, the Nicolas Ibrahim Sursock Museum is a contemporary museum that collects, preserves and exhibits local and international art.

  • Badaro & Sodeco nightlife

    Pubs near Citea Apart Hotel

    A one-way cobblestone street offering a variety of restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs, adding to Beirut’s vibrant scene and nightlife.

    A one-way cobblestone street offering a variety of restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs, adding to Beirut’s vibrant scene and nightlife.

ABC Mall

ABC Mall near Citea Apart Hotel

Walk to ABC Mall Achrafieh, Beirut’s prominent mall and department store offering a world of entertainment, shopping and leisure.

Sassine Square

Beirut city view

A few minutes away from CITEA, Sassine Square is Beirut’s biggest and oldest square. Home to a variety of street cafes, restaurants and shops, you can walk around, have a coffee and people watch.

Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Saint George

Beirut image

Close to Beirut’s Nejmeh Square and in close proxoimity to the Parliament, the church was restored following the civil war and has become a historic monument.

Mohammad Al Amine Mosque

Beirut image

In the heart of Beirut Central District, the Sunni Muslim mosque has become one of Beirut’s most known landmarks.

Sioufi Garden

Beirut view

In close proximity to CITEA, Sioufi Garden is a public garden that overlooks the Beirut River and the mountains of Lebanon.

Stairs of St-Nicholas

Street art near Citea Apart Hotel

The public stairway linking Rue Sursock and Rue Gouraud has become a must-see landmark in Beirut with its 125 steps and 500 meters span staircase that make it the longest in the region.

Gemmayzeh & Mar Mikhael Nightlife

Beirut nightlife near Citea Apart Hotel

A bohemian neighborhood that comes alive at night, Rue Gouraud is the perfect area whether day or night. By day, walk around the narrow streets, admire the historic buildings reminiscent of Old Beirut and the French era, and grab a bite at any of the chic eateries and colorful cafes. By night, experience Beirut’s vibrant nightlife with Gemmayzeh’s variety of pubs, bars, lounges and extensive culinary options.

Badaro & Sodeco nightlife

Pubs near Citea Apart Hotel

A one-way cobblestone street offering a variety of restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs, adding to Beirut’s vibrant scene and nightlife.

Beirut Souks & Downtown

Beirut Souks near Citea Apart Hotel

A hotspot for shopping, socializing and relaxing, Beirut Souks are located in the heart of downtown Beirut with an architecture that blends modernity and old Beirut with its narrow streets reminiscent of old souk walkways.

National Museum of Beirut & Mim Museum

Museum near Citea Apart Hotel

Discover Lebanon’s rich heritage by visiting Beirut’s National Museum where collections of archeology, including antiquities and medieval finds from excavations undertaken by the Directorate General of Antiquities.

Sursock Museum

Beirut

Nestled in the heart of Beirut on Rue Sursock and recently reopened, the Nicolas Ibrahim Sursock Museum is a contemporary museum that collects, preserves and exhibits local and international art.

Rue Huvelin

Beirut image

Just off Rue Monot, Rue Huvelin, named after Paul Huvelin who founded the law school of the Université Saint-Joseph in Beirut in 1913, is home to the historic Campus of Social Sciences of the Université Saint-Joseph and the Saint-Joseph Jesuit Church.

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