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Beirut Apartments for Rent

Apartments for Rent in Beirut, furnished flats

Beirut is Lebanon’s Mediterranean capital, but you’re unlikely to go there for a relaxing coastal trip because Beirut is all go, all the time. It is a busy, bustling, and fast-paced city with a lot of charm. It’s worth visiting just for its claim of being one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world, not to mention its exciting nightlife and culinary scenes. For expats, there are a lot of things that attract, including lucrative employment opportunities.

If you’re planning on moving to Beirut, whether you’re relocating for a job or are simply attracted by the culture, then one of your first steps should be looking at apartments for rent in Beirut. If you want to be at the heart of it in the city centre, then the average monthly rent for a one-bedroom apartment is just over €800. Outside of the centre, you can find apartments in Beirut for €430 on average. If you’re looking for areas outside of Downtown Beirut, then check out Hamra if you’re a fan of culture, Kaslik for the best shopping spots, or Achrafieh for a historical neighbourhood that’s in constant development.

If you’d prefer to find flats for rent in Beirut on the outskirts, then you don’t have to worry about missing out on the action. Beirut’s size ensures that you can see it all – you can walk across the city in an hour. Ready to embark on your Lebanese journey? Check out Nestpick to find apartments for rent in Beirut, Lebanon.

Furnished Apartments in Beirut

Furnished, Serviced & Apartment Hotels in Beirut

Expats are drawn towards furnished apartments for rent in Beirut as they are so convenient, allowing expats to settle down quickly and easily in a new place. You’ll find lots of apartments in the city that come fully furnished, so you’ve got everything you need as soon as you move in. For anyone looking to go a step further in convenience, there are also a range of hotel apartments in Beirut, also known as serviced apartments.

Serviced apartments in Beirut, Lebanon are particularly popular among business travellers. If you’re staying in the city for a few weeks on business, then you want an easy solution for short-term accommodation. For stays longer than a few nights, serviced apartments offer a more affordable solution compared to hotels. You’ll generally get more space and flexibility with a serviced apartment. They are the perfect intermediary between booking a hotel room and renting your own apartment.

As well as temporary stays, hotel apartments in Beirut can also be the perfect place to stay while you search for more permanent accommodation in the city. For expats still in flux, this solution provides some stability and comfort while you’re still arranging your new life in Beirut.


Types of Accommodations in Beirut

Student Accommodation in Beirut

Beirut is home to The Lebanese University, the country’s only public university. There are also the English-speaking institutions, The American University of Beirut and the Lebanese American University, and the French-speaking Université Saint-Joseph. With a variety of university faculties dotted around the city, you’ll also find student accommodation in Beirut in a variety of neighbourhoods. Located close to the two American universities, Hamra and Ras Beirut are both popular student areas.

Anywhere in and around the city will provide a great nightlife for students, although the small size of the city makes it easy to get to the best bars from most neighbourhoods. As well as independent housing, student dorms in Beirut are popular, providing an affordable and sociable living environment. Take a look on Nestpick for the latest student accommodation in Beirut.

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About Beirut

How big is a Beirut apartment?
Although sizes may vary depending on your selection of bedrooms,Beirut apartment is start from 69m² and could go up to 302m².
How to find apartments for rent in Beirut?
Beirut's population count might make things slightly difficult for new comers to find a place when they first move in. We suggest that you use Nestpick's smart tool to look for your new home, as well as if you are a student reach out to your school's counsiling to find a rental in Beirut.
Who can rent apartments in Beirut?
Anyone is looking for accommodation can rent an apartment in Beirut as long as they are +18 years old.