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Vacation Rentals & Villas in Middle East

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Blue house in the woods

Amirim cottage

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 7

Price per night from

$255

Quiet★Comfy★Epic Seaview, 3 bedrooms apartment

Byblos apartment

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 10

Price per night from

$58

Wind in the Mountains Guest house in Rosh Pina

Rosh Pina house

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$200

Serenity Bedouin Camp & Tours - Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum tented camp

12 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 30

Price per night from

$23

sweet n karem garden

Ein Kerem apartment

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$126

One Bedroom Apartment

Nizwa apartment

1 bedroom / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 2

Price per night from

$134

DesertB

Beersheba b&b

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Price per night from

$172

sea&stone apartment

Haifa apartment

3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$160

Furnished One Bedroom Apartment

Beirut apartment

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Price per night from

$126

7.Ezra Hasofer 9 One bedroom for 2

Hayarkon apartment

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$138

Yair's place - A vacation with a private chef

Qatsrin b&b

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

“great experience, great food” We spent two nights at Yair's. Most of the time - either on the roof, enjoying the view, or nice walks in aniam. Breakfast is the best breakfast ever. Many pastries, variety of cheese, vegetables. All fresh and very tasty. Each day Yair talked with my kids, asked for their favourites, and prepared great meals. First time i have private chef :) Highly recommended. But note - you have to climb the stairs, so not for people who cannot walk.

Price per night from

$286

At Our Yard - Vacation Apartment in upper Galilee

Yesod Hamaala apartment

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

“Amazing Hosts” We had an amazing time at "At Our Yard" in the Hula Valley. Ron and his family were very hospitable and accommodating. The accommodations were very large and everything one needs is there. Ron's mom even left us cookies and milk! We can't wait to return and visit this wonderful and peaceful place along with our new friends.

Responds fast! avg. 3 hours 10 minutes

Price per night from

$109

beach-front garden level two bedroom apartment with private garden

Nahariya apartment

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$172

2 Bedroom Apartment in Hula Valley

Yesod Hamaala apartment

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 5

Responds fast! avg. 3 hours 10 minutes

Price per night from

$109

5.Hayarkon 210 One bedroom for 2

Hayarkon apartment

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 5

Price per night from

$172

Sea view studio in Ein-Hod

Atlit b&b

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Price per night from

$131

cottage little pinkas- 2 mn. walk from the beach

Mikhmoret log cabin

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$343

luxury 1 bedroom served apt

Beirut apartment

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 3

Price per night from

$138

Beachfront guesthouse

Seeb farmhouse

2 bedrooms / 4 bathrooms / sleeps 15

Responds fast! avg. 5 minutes

Price per night from

$343

GRAPEFRUIT - GARDENS TYR

Tyre guest house

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$332

Makom balev

Liman house

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Price per night from

$286

Pnai - Villa in the Galilee

Rosh Pina villa

6 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 16

Price per night from

$1,521

Country Lodging in Manot

Manot lodge

2 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$133

Home away from home

Nablus house

1 bedroom / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 2

Price per night from

$22

Perfect Place near the Dead Sea

Arad cottage

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 5

Price per night from

$103

Sabba's apartment independent guest house with terrace&yard

Kfar Saba apartment

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Responds fast! avg. 35 minutes

Price per night from

$115

The Walnut House

Nes Harim house

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 5

Price per night from

$258

"Cydonia Suite" - the tourist home place in Israel

Rishon Lezion chalet

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$80

Artistic and Friendly in the Negev near Beer Sheba

Meitar private room

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$80

Breathtaking Views - Steps to the Beach and the Center of Town

Netanya apartment

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Responds fast! avg. 1 hour 34 minutes

Price per night from

$218

VIP suits condo on the beach number one i

Haifa condo

3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 7

Price per night from

$286

Luxurious Suite

Maasser Al Chouf apartment

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$115

9.Hakovshim 28 One bedroom for 2

Kerem Ha-Temanim apartment

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 5

Price per night from

$138

Gan Hapaamonim - Cosy suite in paradise garden

Binyamina studio

Studio / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Price per night from

$218

sweetnkarem veiw

Ein Kerem villa

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$126

House near the sea in Mikhmoret

Mikhmoret villa

4 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Price per night from

$1,007

Danat Al-Daffah

Sur villa

2 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 7

Price per night from

$115

k66 Chalet inside Beach Resort with balcony and sea view

Jounieh chalet

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$56

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About Middle East

Though the Middle East receives its fair share of negative publicity, this massive area of our world has been a tourism hot spot for decades, especially lately as cities improve infrastructure, security, and luxury offerings. A religious hub, and a source of much of the world’s wealth, the Middle East offers adventure, decadence, and an exotic nature as a destination.

Some of the more popular tourism spots in the Middle East are:

Tel Aviv: The most populous city in Israel also serves as its economic hub. It is a lively area with plenty of entertainment, nightlife, commerce, and culture. The “city that never stops” was actually the first Jewish city built in Israel. The central portion of Tel Aviv is known as “The White City” due to its distinct architectural style. Tel Aviv offers more than 20 museums to enjoy, the most popular being Land of Israel Museum and Tel Aviv Art Museum. In Jaffa, you’ll find the more religious area of the city with 11 monasteries, churches, and mosques. The climate might be the best part of Tel Aviv with a yearly high of around 75 degrees Fahrenheit with the weather typically being no lower than 50 degrees.

Dubai: Truly a city of luxury, Dubai is unlike anything else you’ll experience. Being near a massive desert makes Dubai always hot, with a summer temp of 104 Fahrenheit, and winter is a freezing 75 degrees Fahrenheit. The Burj Khalifa, the tallest building on Earth, is a landmark tourist attraction in Dubai. DUBAILAND is the entertainment center of the city that will be finished in 2020. There are over 200 man made islands in the water near Dubai, each in the shape of a world country. Fun fact: Dubai is growing so quickly that 24% of the world’s cranes are there!

Jerusalem: A holy city for three of the world's major religions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—Jerusalem has a long and tumultuous history, during which it has been home to people of many nationalities and faiths. Religious tourism is the major attraction of Jerusalem, with many holy sites available for visiting. There are more than 60 museums in Jerusalem and 29 wineries. The Old City is the heart of Jerusalem, surrounded by a giant wall, and divided into four distinct quarters. The Old City is not only full of religious sites that millions visit, there are also Arab markets where you can purchase local wares. In the more western area of the city, you’ll find more traditional mall venues. Overall though, visitors come to Jerusalem to learn and experience the origins of religion, and they are not disappointed.

When traveling to the Middle East consider staying in a vacation rental to save on traditional hotel costs. With the space, privacy, and amenities you’ve come to rely on at home, a vacation rental is an ideal accommodation in the Middle East.

Top Destination reviews

stunning brand new studio Apt/ Jerusalem center
Wonderful location

We were very pleased with the apartment. It met all of our needs and is in a location that is convenient to the Old City and many other things. There are many places to eat and shop nearby. We felt that we had a front-row seat to the heart beat of Jerusalem. We would definitely stay there again. … see more
Designer Full Sea view 5 Bedroom + Hall apartment in JBR walk
Vacation to remember

Originally booked a 4 bedroom full sea view at JBR for a group of 9, but was upgraded to a 5 bedroom full sea view by the owner. The apartment was very clean and the view was awesome. Got to meet the owner, who was very nice and accommodating. We plan to vacation there again in the near future and hope to rent the same apartment again.see more
Cozy room great for IDC and Bet Prothea
friendly environment

Great location. No problem to find a parking space. Family-friendly cozy house with friendly 2 cats. … see more
7.Ezra Hasofer 9 One bedroom for 2
Perfect and very clean beach condo

Let me start the review by saying that we are a very cleanly couple and this apartment just met all of our expactations! We were travelling with my sister and a friend, so the 4 of us rented this little beach condo for a week. It was perfectly clean, bath towels were available, kitchen was well equipped and the rooms offered enough space for 4 people. The bathroom was extremely clean, toilet paper was provided as well as soap and shampoo for convenience. A hair dryer was also available. The bed and the sofas were very comfortable and sheets were all clean. Our host, Etay, was very friendly and responded immediately to all of our requests via SMS or Whatsapp. He arranged a parking space in the building for us (on days when we rented a car) and was so friendly to leave a remote for the garage. He even arranged a taxi back to the airport and was all in all a perfect host. I do have to say that we never met in person but that is something that didn´t bother any of us since he replied to all of our questions immediately. Thank you, Etay! We really enjoyed staying at your place!see more
Beit Oren: your warm and cosy home In Jerusalem
Great location and value

Really enjoyed our stay. Very convenient to many historical places. Parked free across the street. Leah was very helpful. Used the laundry nearby which was reasonable. Also the mall on Gen Koenig is only a few blocks away with a good grocery store across the street. Mall has new food court with good selection of food Kitchen area was adequate.nice shower. Bed is two singles either separate or pushed together to make a king size bed. Used Pango app for other parking around town but only one problem where no signs saying no parking outside the Old City.Beware so you don't get a steep fine. Used a rental car from Tel Aviv airport for all our touring. Street signs in Hebrew and English. Google works most of the time but it is helpful to have someone monitoring map as you drive the route because it sometimes tells you to turn incorrectly. Check out the free smart phone app Audio Tours of Jerusalem. They are great. Restaurants are expensive by American standards so be prepared.very memorable trip.see more
Jerusalem center, stunning 1 bedroom Apt
Spacious and great location

My wife and I had a great time staying at this apartment. It is very spacious for a one bedroom and the location is as central to the activities and shopping as can be. Aliza was very helpful. It did not affect us at all since there is a loud fan in the bedroom to use while sleeping, but if someone is sleeping on the futon in the living room, the rock bands playing outside on Ben Yehuda would make it difficult for light sleepers.see more

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