Hostels in Beirut, Lebanon

3 hostels available. Prices start from $15 for a dorm bed.

Hostels in Beirut

Digital Nomads Female Solo Traveller Party Hostel Solo Traveller
"…You will have access to the gorgeous rooftop pool,it also includes Breakfast at the Lebanese themed cafe offers a large variety of authentic Lebanese cuisine,in addition to complementary WIFI … More
Digital Nomads Party Hostel Solo Traveller
"…Plus the hostel is at 2 min walk from the main Highway which is perfect for you to catch the public transportation and go and discover all Lebanon. We meticulously designed the rooms for … More

Hostel Beirut

Free Breakfast
Digital Nomads Quiet Rest Solo Traveller
"…30-17.00. ”Due to the recent economy crisis, we only accept **cash **payment in US Dollars.” -- at the overvalued official rate. -- And nobody has told them that there are parts of the world where … More

Hotels in Beirut

"…Taxes included. A light breakfast for most clients while the deluxe bedroom clients will get a more extensive breakfast. General: The reception is open on the coffee shop so the reception … More
"…FREE Wi-Fi internet available in the entire hotel, public areas and rooms.. PS: There are no shared bathrooms, even for the cheapest small single rooms. All rooms have a private bathroom. The … More
"…continental breakfast includes a variety of cold and hot dishes with a selection of fresh fruits and pastries. Caramel offers continental breakfast includes a variety of cold and hot dishes with a … More

Hostels in Beirut, Lebanon

3 hostels available. Prices start from $15 for a dorm bed.

Get to know Beirut (no more "I wish I knew this before")

This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Beirut.

Beirut, Lebanon, is the charming capital of Lebanon and often referred to as the "Paris of the Middle East." Beirut has a vibrant cafe scene and street life and is worth staying a few days.

Do not let the news footage you see every day about the Middle East stop you from visiting Lebanon. Despite the situation in the neighbouring countries with the ongoing war in Syria and the conflict in Israel, Lebanon is a safe destination to visit. While it is recommended to stay away from both borders, Beirut and most other cities and sights worth visiting are totally safe.

Beirut is the heart of Lebanon. Not only is Beirut the only metropole, it is also very centrally located due to the size of Lebanon, and with the extensive public transport network, you can eventually visit most places of interest in Lebanon as a day trip from Beirut.

Beirut itself is a pleasant city to stay in, and you should definitely reserve a few days to explore it. Beirut is a vibrant city with many cafes, pubs, and clubs. In contrast to most countries in the Middle East, drinking is legal in Lebanon; the nightlife in Beirut is said to be the best in the Middle East and lives up to European standards.

Beirut is also a city where you can easily get some exercise. Popular are cycling, jogging, and walking; Beirut has a pretty promenade on the Mediterranean Sea coast that lends itself perfectly for any of those activities. You might as well go scuba diving and witness shipwrecks and more beautiful nature underwater.

You have a few options for hostels in Beirut, Lebanon; the first opened its doors in recent years and serves a dual purpose of tourist accommodation and a charity trying to improve the living conditions for refugees in Lebanon. Many hostel guests stayed here for a longer period and were involved with volunteering. Recently, more hostels in Beirut, Lebanon, have opened and by now there is a small hostel scene. Points of interest in Beirut are spread out, so it is worth checking in advance in which district you will want to stay. Downtown and Hamra are the most lively districts and very central and thus the best area to book your Beirut, Lebanon hostel.

Written by local enthusiast for Beirut hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Beirut hostels Martin Straatman

Beirut Hostel Cheatsheet

Above we list every single hostel there is in the city. Let us take a broader look at what you can expect - and what not. We created this cheatsheet for you to get a more complete picture of the hostel quality in Beirut, average prices and types of hostels to choose from.
Total number of hostels 3
Average dorm price $22
Average private room price $58
Cheapest Hostel in Beirut Hostel Beirut with $14.5
Party hostels in Beirut Hamra Urban Gardens (2 in total)
Most Beirut hostels are located in Hamra
Average rating of all hostels 8.6

FAQ about Beirut Hostels

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