Located less than 4 km from Rafic Hariri Airport, this design hotel looks like an authentic Lebanese village. Traditional craft shops, a butcher and restaurants are set around the central square.

Each room’s décor is unique and reflects different civilizations. All of them include balconies, minibars and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels.

Abu Ahmed is an Arab traveler who decided to carry in his memory a dear picture of his village with its beautiful stones while travelling the world. Abu Ahmad’s determination prevented him from resting or relaxing before raising his life motto: “With love and nostalgia, the village can invade the city”. After the establishment of Assaha village in Lebanon, Kuwait, Qatar and Sudan, this charming Lebanese traditional village entered the European world and settled in the heart of the British capital, as a great witness to the Arabic and Islamic civilizations, which are deeply rooted in history and constitute a rich heritage loaded with our ancestors’ stories.

Definitely, Assaha translated the pages of history through creating dazzling architectural spaces reflecting the real image of the traditional Lebanese village. Like many Lebanese farmers, Abu Ahmed carries a basket filled with abundant crops coming from Lebanese villages. But more importantly, Abu Ahmed’s basket is loaded with fruits of love, grains of nostalgia and an abundance of perfumes and fragrances that affect the entire world and demonstrate the important role of the civilizations, traditions and lifestyles provided by Assaha village.


Beirut, Airport Street (Burj Al Barajneh)
Phone: 01/450909, Fax: 01/451513
Email: assaha@assahavillage.com

@lebanonuntravelled Assaha hotel in Beirut. “With love and nostalgia, a village can invade the city” is this hotel motto #beirut #lebanon ♬ Hesen Zirek Birindarim (Oud Instrumental) – Instrumental – World Music Ensemble