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Beirut nightlife

Nightlife in Beirut

Nightlife in Lebanon



No sleeping pills, no calming tea, not even the setting sun can put Beirut's life to sleep. Buzzing with locals, tourists, and businessmen, the city embraces a historical setting to enjoy by day, and one ecstasy of a nightlife for unforgettable moments spent. Clubs, pubs, and restaurants have been raiding the city for some time now, invading people's hearts and capturing their souls.

Places like Downtown and the famous Gemeyze street lure you in with just the catchy music you hear from a distance, and as you approach them, the lights, the sound system, and the mind blowing dancing performances just make the club irresistible for you to go in to.

Music ranges from Lebanese, to Western, to African, to South American, so why visit all these places when streets like Monot Street and Gemeyze have them all combined in one international setting? It is so mind filling, that alcohol is not even needed to get your spirits up. If you insist however, rare drinks and mouthwatering cocktails are served by the most hospitable people, which you will find great pleasure in interacting with.

Lively clubs on the weekends are situated in resorts in Faraya village and Mzaar Kfardebian as well as the Cedars, where you can ski your feet out by day, and club your heart out by night. Beirut is just a couple of minutes away, so if you felt like the bustling city life, we could provide you with a cab in just a few moments.

Clubs in Beirut can go from rooftops to underground, and all that is in between. Skybar and White for example, are two dazzling rooftop nightclubs overlooking Beirut's gorgeous outskirts as well as the Mediterranean, putting you in a state of pleasure all around.

Beautiful people, beautiful scenery, how much more could you ask for if you are an appreciator?