Louis Vuitton Building

1479 Marfaa Beirut Souks, Fakhri Bey, Allenby Street, Beirut , Lebanon
Level 2, Louis Vuitton Building

Virtual Offices at Louis Vuitton Building

Includes 3 hours per day Coworking Space

160+ locations worldwide

 Dedicated bilingual receptionist to greet callers in your company name and transfer according to your instructions
 24/7 interactive voicemail with delivery to email or mobile
 Personal assistants available to assist with business support
 Fully equipped meeting rooms, video conferencing and boardrooms
 Up to 3 hours a day access to coworking space
 3 days free private office usage across the globe
 20% of your spend credited when you upgrade to a serviced office
 No security deposit

Call us +961 1 957770 to arrange your free trial!

About Louis Vuitton Building

The Louis Vuitton Beirut Souks building which accommodates the Louis Vuitton boutique on its ground floor is located in the modern Beirut Souks, the premier shopping and leisure destination of Beirut and was rebuilt after the civil war while keeping the original street names and historical landmarks of the old souks. The building is surrounded with various amenities, major banks, 5 star hotels, foreign embassies and official buildings. Various dining options are also available on Allenby Street providing clients with a variety of lunch and dinner choices.

Located on the 2nd floor of the building, the Servcorp offices offer beautiful views over the busy Allenby Street and Beirut Souks. The Servcorp floor was designed with a classy and traditional atmosphere to keep in line with Beirut Souks environment and charm. The newly refurbished building offers 24 hours security, easy access for the disabled and secure parking with multiple entry and exit points distributed around the Souk.

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AIRPORT:

30 minutes drive to Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport.

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TAXI:

Taxis are available upon request and all around the city.

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