|Beit Mery |
|Governorate||Mount Lebanon Governorate|
|Elevation||800 m (2,625 ft)|
Beit Mery (Arabic: بيت مري) is a Lebanese town overlooking the capital Beirut. The town of has been a summer mountain resort since the times of the Romans. Beit Mery is home to a Lebanese Red Cross First Aid Center.
In winter, the town is also the scene of an annual cultural festival, the Al Bustan festival,  held at the Al Bustan hotel , which features international drama and dance groups as well as orchestras and chamber ensembles.
Beit Mery occupies a hill, 800 meters above sea level, which gives the picturesque town spectacular views of the Beirut peninsula and part of Lebanon's Mediterranean coast.
The Roman rulers of Lebanon made Beit Mery their summer resort due to its high location and pleasant summer weather. 
The town is known for its ancient Roman and Byzantine ruins as well as the historic Maronite Monastery of Saint John the Baptist, which was built in 1750. The town, which is only 16 km from Beirut, continues to be a major summer resort in Lebanon with a famous landmark hotel, the Al Bustan. Lush pine forests surround the town. Restaurants with panoramic views of the valleys and the sea make Beit Mery a favorite summer spot.