Hotels are the same in most cities, but Beirut is not like most cities. Why stay in a regular hotel when you can be a part of the Beiruti community at Hamra Urban Gardens (HUG)?
Spacious rooms hand-built by local craftsmen with local products for rent are just one of the several pieces that make HUG different. It is also home to the largest rooftop forest in the city, and one of the most famous Lebanese cafés: Beit Em Nazih. HUG also hosts a modern gym, the Muscle Up Workshop, that combines Lebanese hospitality and the must up-to- date equipment and classes. All of these facilities are open, for free, to everyone staying at HUG.
The location is the best! Just off Beirut’s main buzz, Hamra Street, it is near two major universities including the American University of Beirut, minutes walk from major culture and arts centers, the busy shopping streets of Hamra, and Beirut’s largest cluster of restaurants, bars and theaters.
A wide variety of rooms are available from dorm beds (around $20) to suites (around $120). Prices for regular rooms are $60-$80 per night for stays of less than a week, but the longer you stay the cheaper it gets! Everyone staying at HUG has internet access, traditional Lebanese breakfast 7am -11am at Beit Em Nazih (5,000 LBP per person per day) and access to all the facilities mentioned above.
The hotel is wheelchair-accessible with four wheelchair-accessible rooms, ramps all the way, two elevators and a wheelchair-accessible WC.
All our rooms are cleaned daily and our reception team is available 24/7 to assist with all your needs.
We look forward to meeting you!