Indira Guest House in T/The New York Times - Rima Suqi
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Indira Guest House, Lebanon, Rima Suqi

05 Jan Indira Guest House in T/The New York Times

Lebanon is one of the few places in the world where you can ski in the morning and be on the beach that same afternoon, and a new boutique guesthouse is perfectly positioned to offer visitors prime access to both. Indira (which means “splendid” in Sanskrit) is a nine-suite property in an over 200-year-old home in the mountain town of Kfour, less than an hour from the Mzaar ski resort and only 40 minutes from both the beach resort town of Byblos and Beirut proper. This one-time private residence was the childhood home of Carla Baz, a 37-year-old lighting and furniture designer now based in Dubai, who led the team tasked with restoring and re-envisioning not just the spaces but also her parents’ extensive collection of art, artifacts and sculptures from the Middle East and Asia. Read the full story here and go to