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We stayed for 2 nights. The man on reception spoke no English, he seemed to need help giving our group the keys to our rooms. We were not shown where to go or given advice about meals. Our room was OK - the mattress was...More
Okay, first I’ll start with the positive. The people working at the hotel were very nice, but that’s the only positive thing I can say. The rest was awful. The room was dirty, run down and just terrible. I hated it. For the amount of...More
We stayed here for 1 night for the opera festival (Handel's Julius Caesar was terrific). The design of the hotel is very attractive, with low buildings round a pool. However the beach the hotel is named for looks like an abandoned building site, the rooms...More
My husband organized a reunion for his army buddies in Acco. At first he spoke with the Palm Beach Hotel, but they required two nights over the week-end. This is not unusual in Israel, but it is annoying. Then a friend suggested he try the...More
Great place to stay just next to the market and harbour of Old Acre. There are plenty of restaurants nearby and it's very quit as it is located just outside the market and stands or restaurants and cafe's.
US$116 - US$145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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