The streets of renovated ancient Nazareth are filled with tales rather than stories. For example, Michelle’s House is named after the boy Michelle, who was raised by a respected family in the city. It was the Kaur family - the first governor of Nazareth during the Turkish rule. The Kaur family built for themselves a large mansion in which there were male and female parts. An arch connected them over the street. When a little Michel was coming here, they were treating him the most distinguished guest with sweets and with rendered hospitality honors. Therefore, the owners decided to name the modern hotel Michelle's House. By the way, the rooms in this boutique hotel are named after Michel's mother, his sister, and uncle.