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Welcome to Michel House

Magical vacation in the Old city of Nazareth

Church bells ringing, rooftops visible from the balconies, beautiful streets and a colorful market full of food and smells. Welcome to Michel House in the Old City of Nazareth, offering a high-quality vacation in a family-oriented and unique atmosphere. Michel House – a beautiful building built in the 19th century, used as the home of the first mayor of Nazareth, Mr. Tannous Kawaar – combines an oriental vacation with personal and warm service, alongside impressive historical architecture and inspiring views.”

Michel House is the largest, newest, and most luxurious boutique hotel in the old city of Nazareth, with 27 luxurious and well-appointed rooms, some of which include balconies that overlook the city’s views through arched windows. Come and start your vacation morning with a delicious coffee and Mediterranean breakfast prepared by, Michel Abu-Nassar. Get to know the charm of ancient Nazareth up close. Looking for ideas on where to spend your time? Ask us, we are always happy to recommend wonderful places worth visiting.

Perfect location
in the heart of Nazareth

An ancient, beautiful,
and authentic building from the 19th century

Personalized hospitality
in a warm family atmosphere.

Rich and indulgent
Mediterranean breakfast

Enormous rooftop terrace
with a coffee bar, breathtaking views

Vacation at Michel House


Nazareth presents an impressive international history that attracts thousands of tourists and visitors from around the world. The city, named after the Christian religion and where, according to tradition, the good news was given to Mary, the mother of Jesus, has become an international tourist center. Thanks to an authentic and unique hospitality experience that combines tastes, sounds, landscapes, and historical buildings, some of which have been meticulously preserved and beautifully restored. The city’s wealthy and respected residents lived in the ancient city up to 150 years ago, where Michel House is also located. In the past, the narrow alleys that characterize the area were intended for transferring goods on camels and donkeys. That is why the hotel does not have an adjacent parking lot – but there is a parking lot about 270 meters away (about a 3-minute walk).