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TravelPod Member ReviewsAkkotel Acre
A comfortable boutique hotel located in the old town wall of Acre. From the terrace (on top of the wall), one has lovely views of the bay and Haifa (on a clear day). Breakfast was good with a great range of cheeses, shakshuka, mezzes etc.
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