Address: Salahuddin Street, 1, Acre, 24112, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Salahuddin Street, 1, Acre.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsAkkotel Acre

        Reviewed by the_stamms

        A Night in Ancient Akko

        Reviewed Jul 9, 2016
        by (2 reviews) Boulder , United States Flag of United States

        Hotel with a ton of historical character, a helpful proprietor, and a great location.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        Reviewed by debbie.chung

        A comfortable stay

        Reviewed May 28, 2014
        by (43 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

        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.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Akkotel Acre

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Acre

        What Were You Expecting?

        A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Jul 09, 2016

        1 comment, 22 photos

        He Said:

        The traffic on the way to Akko was horrible. Rush hour on Friday built as we drove north from Haifa. As we entered the general Akko area, Alli wanted to stop for water and some other supplies, so we found a big Israeli supermarket.

        It was absolutely packed. And as we noticed the checkout lines were at least five deep for …

        Haifa & Akko

        A travel blog entry by dzasta on May 21, 2015

        5 comments, 32 photos

        Another tour today and again to the north but this time to the Lebanon border. A late start at 8.30, lucky cos I was a bit seedy this morning. Karen and I drank a bottle of port last night. First stop was Mt Precipice. It had great views of Nazareth and the Yizrael valley.
        Second stop was an olive press. Well this old lady gave us a talk about Eco friendly building that they have and eco this and that. Eco was nearly every second word. The bit about ...

        Day Eleven Robin

        A travel blog entry by weinerbezark on Mar 23, 2015

        4 photos

        Our morning at Safed left us historically and spiritually enriched but did not fulfill our shopping and browsing needs, so we returned this morning on our way to Akko and Haifa. The Artists colony has the most beautiful art, Judaica, pottery and jewelry we have seen anywhere. We had a philosophical chat with an artist in his shop who talked about the awe he experiences in everyday life. A Judaic shop had the most beautiful tallit we had ever seen. The shopkeeper showed us many ...

        Day Eleven Akko - Steven

        A travel blog entry by weinerbezark on Mar 23, 2015

        7 photos

        Well, writing this in retrospect, on Thursday March 26 from our hotel room in Tel Aviv. We’ve reached the point in our trip when every place we’ve been begins to blend together into one dreamlike series of interlocked images, called "Israel," while we readily experience each new place “in the moment,” but have trouble looking back & reliving those events. Maybe that’s one of the benefits of a vacation – the ability ...

        The Art of Mysticsm

        A travel blog entry by samcohon on Feb 11, 2015

        4 comments, 10 photos

        ... ago when he was sitting in front of his rebbe studying a very deep part of Torah and it struck his heart, while another person was near him hearing the same lesson was tuned out, flipping through a magazine. If a person learns the Kabbalah of the Ari for 10 years and comes to his grave it will be a deeply meaningful experience. Someone on a trip to Israel who doesn’t really doesn’t know who the Ari was won’t find it meaningful.

        With ...