Nestled in the heart of Beirut, Bhub is a guesthouse that embodies resilience and rebirth. Our story is one of hope and determination. Located just a few minutes’ walk from the iconic Beirut Port, which has become a symbol of both tragedy and resilience, Bhub stands as a testament to the strength of the Lebanese people.
Our guesthouse, housed within a meticulously restored heritage building, is a phoenix risen from the ashes. It was completely destroyed in the devastating Beirut Port Explosion. But from the rubble emerged a remarkable tale of solidarity. The Lebanese diaspora, immigrants, numerous NGOs, and the steadfast support of Masharii Group (www.masharii.com) came together to rebuild what is now Bhub.
As you step inside, you’ll feel the echoes of history in every corner. Our graceful arched windows and traditional mosaic tiles reflect our unwavering commitment to preserving Lebanese architecture.
Bhub is not just a guesthouse; it’s a living testament to the indomitable spirit of Beirut. It’s a place where old-world charm meets contemporary luxury. Our guesthouse spans two floors, each revealing thoughtfully designed bedrooms surrounding the “Dar” (or ‘Hub’ in English).
Situated in a building that’s more than a century old, Bhub has witnessed the many chapters of Beirut’s history. It occupies a location with historical significance as it once stood on a demarcation line during the 1975 civil war, separating West and East Beirut. Today, it stands as a symbol of unity, marking the boundary where the vibrant Mar Mikhael and Gemmayze neighborhoods converge. Its proximity to the iconic Beirut Port adds another layer of cultural significance.
Bhub invites you to savor tradition in a modern setting, where every corner tells a story of resilience, hope, and the enduring spirit of Beirut.