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Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa - Dubai

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Alma Boutique Hotel & Lounge - Tel Aviv

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Anantara Desert Islands Resort & Spa - Abu Dhabi

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Evason Ma In Hot Springs - Jordan

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Hotel Albergo - Lebanon

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InterContinental Le Vendome Beirut

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Per Aquum Desert Palm - Dubai

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Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel

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Six Senses Zighy Bay - Oman

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Boutique Hotels in Middle East

The Middle East is a region located at the crossroads of Asia, Europe, and Africa, encompassing countries such as Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, the United Arab Emirates, and many others. It is a region rich in history, culture, and natural beauty, and offers a wide range of experiences for travelers.

Some of the popular destinations in the Middle East include:

    Dubai, UAE: known for its stunning skyscrapers, luxury shopping, and glamorous nightlife.
    Jerusalem, Israel: a holy city revered by Jews, Christians, and Muslims, with historical sites such as the Western Wall and the Dome of the Rock.
    Petra, Jordan: an ancient city carved out of red sandstone cliffs, known as the "Rose City" and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    Tehran, Iran: a bustling metropolis that offers a blend of traditional and modern culture, with highlights such as the Golestan Palace and the Grand Bazaar.
    Muscat, Oman: a coastal city with stunning beaches, traditional souks, and historic landmarks such as the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque.
    Istanbul, Turkey: a city that straddles Europe and Asia, with iconic sites such as the Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque, and the Grand Bazaar.

There are also many other destinations in the Middle East that offer their own unique experiences, such as the ancient ruins of Palmyra in Syria, the desert landscapes of Wadi Rum in Jordan, and the beaches of Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt.

Travelers to the Middle East should be aware of local customs and laws, and may need to take additional precautions depending on the current political and security situation in the region. It is always a good idea to check the latest travel advisories and consult with local experts before planning a trip.