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Home! Home is that place where you should be feeling the most comfortable. It is where you can be “you”; away from the eyes of the world.   But what if we told you that you can be comfortable in too many ways; all while being able to watch Beirut city from above and stay amidst it all at once?  

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7 Smart Tactics to Avoid Traffic In Beirut Well we love Beirut! But it is definitely one city where traffic is a serious problem for residents and incomers alike.    Getting out at the wrong time, or getting caught in the wrong street during the daily rush hours; could mean spending double the time in traffic. Needless to say, this time triples during holidays...
SAMA BEIRUT at the Heart of the Shopping Scene We are living in an era where style and lifestyle are everything. In effect, people, especially ladies, are more than ever focused on their fashion shopping and luxury lifestyle choices. Beirut, our beautiful city, happens to be one of the Middle Easts' primary shopping locations, due to the abundance of brands and the generosity of...
Happy New Year From Above In the tower... Everything has a view from above: New Year's Eve too, has its own "view from above". It's the 31st of December already. Beirut lights are announcing the new year in every street, music from shops sounds cheerful and happy, and the classical traffic of people doing their last minute shopping becomes a...
Are you ready for the tower lifestyle? Since our youth, stories of towers are associated with tales of princes rescuing the imprisoned princesses and living happily ever after. Towers were mentioned as well in war times, as means of defense and impregnable fortresses.  ...
Easy tips to keep your energy bill down You know that every detail at Sama Beirut, from glazing to lighting, to chillers to hot water pre-heat, was designed to help save 30 % in the tower’s energy. And you also know that, thanks to the Smart Home Automation Technologies that are implemented in Sama Beirut’s Apartments, owners will manage the light and temperature in each...
A tower is a symbol of modernity in the city High-rise buildings have sometimes been out of favour in the popular imagination. They were accused of being ugly, of disfiguring the urban landscape…  They were even pointed out, for breaking the social cohesion sometimes. Did you read High-Rise? The book by J.G...
Ashrafieh, a persistent Art Scene in Beirut A number of art galleries in Beirut (such as Alice Mogabgab Gallery and Galerie Tanit) recently launched the "Nocturnes des Galeries", or "Galleries by Night", inviting people to visit them every second Tuesday...
Why we love Ashrafieh Ashrafieh is not only “the place where you hang out and party”. It’s not only the neighborhood where “the old meets the new”. It has so much more to offer to anyone who takes time to look at it. We asked people in Ashrafieh to tell us what they loved about the area. All of them said that there is something...
Olive Trees retaking roots in Ashrafieh Getting caught in a traffic jam in Beirut’s streets is something we hope won’t happen. We’ve all had our share of these moments feeling like eternity… But we’re not sure if we’re some of the few, or the many, who noticed another aspect of these streets: olive trees. Have you ever tried and spot them while...
Beirut's multiple facets Ya Beirut, you smile at life. And life smiles back at you. We feel it, when people walk down your streets. We see it, when children laugh and giggle. We hear it in the early merchants’ ‘Kaaak kaak!’ who never seem to give up on zaatar and cheese. Cheese! You smile at the photographers. Tourists capture your mysterious looks...
National Museum: Beirut holding the secrets of time You cannot live in Beirut or visit the city without taking a glance at its precious History “fortress”: the National Museum. Answer the mermaids’ spell and take a 15-minute walk from Sodeco Square along Damas Road, and delve into the pace of time. What is it all about? The National Museum of...
A walk on Abdel Wahab el Inglizi Street Abdel Wahab el Inglizi Street is one of the most beautiful historic streets in Beirut. Mixing old houses from the French Mandate era with contemporary buildings creates an interesting streetscape. The art deco mansions date back to the 1920s, when Lebanon was under the French Mandate and the architecture style definitely reveals...
A Close up on Petro Trad Street In the midst of Ashrafieh, old streets still uphold their charm. They have witnessed Beirut’s golden age, when time stood still and happiness had the smell of spices. They have lived through wars, smiled beyond their wounds, and like phoenixes, they kept on coming back to life, again and again, till each and every dawn of Beirut’s...
Embracing Beirut The concept: putting dreams into golden reality Living at the core of Beirut brings back every dreamer to their roots. Combining luxury with tranquility, Sama Beirut incarnates the ultimate reverie and way of living at the same time. This tallest tower in Lebanon dares to touch the skies, but yet, is fully grounded in...
Horsh Beirut: a contemporary secret garden You can see its green shadows from Sama Beirut’s highest stories: Horsh Beirut is an enchanted forest that invites whoever is in love with the city to unfold the pages of History and breathe pine perfume and secret fragrances… “Horsh Al-Sanawbar” is a mix of old Beirut’s glory and its contemporary secret...
Beirut's positioning in a booming region Back to golden ages...There was a time when Lebanon was the golden country of the region and it was called the Eastern Switzerland. Standing with a leg on each side of Europe, Africa and Asia, Lebanon’s green mountains and snowcapped summits were both oasis and barrier between a deep blue sea of water and an infinite golden desert...
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