Nestled perfectly between the lush valleys of Mount Lebanon, Domaine de Zekrit has seen the rise and fall of great empires dating as far back as the Phoenician Era whose remnants can still be seen around the venue.
In the 6th century A.D., a monk took up residence there, turning Zekrit into a sanctuary that attracted pilgrims. Over the years, the Domaine saw significant expansion and renovations, transforming it into the extraordinary venue that it is today.
Vacant since 1779, Nada Hakim the architect and co-founder of this spectacular site, along with Kehdi Kehdi, co-founder, decided to bring back the glory and significance of the venue and convert it into what it is today.
While the most pristine valleys may dazzle with patterns and colours, or overwhelm with form on an epic scale, there’s always that one hidden gem that only a lucky few get to experience… welcome to Domaine de Zekrit.
Divided into two levels, Domaine de Zekrit allows up to 1400 guests to be comfortably seated with every seat boasting the best view in the house.
Given that we are 350 m above sea level, Zekrit constantly enjoys lovely weather, which is important during the stifling summer season when things get a little too hot.
An enchanting church from the medieval times is also located on site and serves as the ideal venue for religious ceremonies.
Available for booking from May to October.