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Hotels & Resorts Israel - Overlooking the domes, steeples and towers of the ancient walled city of Jerusalem, spread like a Masterpiece, The David Citadel Hotel is Jerusalems newest
Hotels & Resorts Bahrain - 4 star hotel offering 120 suites (72 suites and 48 family rooms).
Hotels & Resorts Egypt - With views of Attaka Mountains, Ramada El Sokhna Resort is in the Red Sea resort community of Ein El Sokhna, approximately 85 southeast of Cairo and 40
Hotels & Resorts Israel - The Crowne Plaza is located three miles from SDE DOV Airport and six miles from Mercaz Central Station.
Hotels & Resorts Qatar - With an exclusive beach and marina curved at its feet, this traveller s haven gazes over the Arabian Gulf as the centrepiece of the outstanding waterfront
Hotels & Resorts Jordan - Set on the northern shores of the Dead Sea, this deluxe resort offers a soothing, therapeutic atmosphere with an oriental flair and facilities for guests
Hotels & Resorts Lebanon - Located in the heart of Beirut?s most exclusive business and shopping district, Four Points by Sheraton offers personalized service in a sophisticated
Hotels & Resorts Oman - For a truly 5-star experience by the crystal waters of the Gulf of Oman, look no further than The Chedi Muscat! A short drive from Seeb International Airport
Hotels & Resorts Israel - Park Plaza Orchid Tel-Aviv faces Tel Aviv's famous beach promenade overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and is located approximately 20 miles from Ben-Gurion
Hotels & Resorts Qatar - On the Persian Gulf and in the heart of the city, the hotel is located in the business district near the traditional Arab souk and the National Museum.
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