Isrotel Yam Suf Hotel
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They say that if you need a hair dryer you can call them and they will bring it to your room. My husband called to get me one, and never came. After an hour I called back and they said they sent the last one to another room and that if I wanted I could get one the next day. Very disappointing they didn't tell my husband that when he called, and that I found out because I called.
The food is amazing and the place is beautiful.
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