Find a hostel in Middle East and save money on discount lodging. Hosteling in Middle East offers a different travel experience than staying at traditional accommodations. Youth hostels allow you to meet new people and learn from other international and worldly travelers. Most hostels are conveniently located in the center of the action close to public transportation, including buses and rails. Staying at a hostel in Middle East is a great option whether you are backpacking or traveling on a budget . Browse our hostels and plan your Middle East vacation today!
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Youth Hostels Egypt - Newly opened in November 2008, located in famous street in heart of down town Cairo Cheap and safe for all budgets
Youth Hostels Turkey - We welcome you to our relaxed, family-run guesthouse in the heart of Selcuk; gateway to the ancient city of Ephesus.
Youth Hostels Jordan - A decent warm welcome from Nefertiti hotel.our hotel location situated between the old city of Amman an
Youth Hostels Turkey - Welcome to Mavi&Ani Pension. Our pension is located in the old part of Antalya(oldcity).
Youth Hostels Egypt - Welcome to Sara Inn Hostel. We are centrally located in downtown Cairo, just a 3 minute walk to the Egyptian Museum and the Metro Station in Tahrir Square...
Youth Hostels Turkey - The hostel is a homely atmosphere with a safe neighborhood and it is right in the center of Kadikoy
Youth Hostels Turkey - We are the only guesthouse in Kusadasi and are open all year round.Come visit us, your home from home, you wont be disappointed
Youth Hostels Turkey - The Orient is between The Blue Mosque and The Haghia Sophia, on the hillside. Clean, friendly and cheap....
Youth Hostels Egypt - 'RockSea' is a resort for lovers of simplicity, who can none less appreciate the availability of.......
Youth Hostels Egypt - We are located in the heart of Cairo, just two minutes from the railway station...African Hotel welcomes budget travelers situated in the heart of downtown Cairo, a mere 3 minute walk from Ramses train station and 12 minutes from the Egyptian Museum.
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