Erbil Tower Hotel

Address: Near intersection of Pzishkan and Qala streets, Irbil, Iraq | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Near intersection of Pzishkan and Qala streets, Irbil, is near Green Island.
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        • Bar/lounge


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking


        • Suites


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service

        TripAdvisor Reviews Erbil Tower Hotel Irbil

        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Irbil

        There and Back Again (And Again, in 3 Parts)

        A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Jul 31, 2013

        1 comment, 44 photos

        ... collected our passports and handed them to the Iraqi immigration officials while we waited in an air conditioned lobby. They scanned them and stamped them with a visa good for 15 days, called our names, and returned our passports. Prior to reboarding the bus, our passports had to get checked by a stern looking peshmerga. As soon as I gave him mine, he looked at it, looked at me, and said, "America?" I replied yes, and he broke out in a large grin and yelled, "America, we ...

        We do make a dfference....

        A travel blog entry by diannev on Dec 26, 2012

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... the classroom becomes very noisy and often co-operation issues need to be discussed (what a great way to introduce in a 'real' way the Learner Profile), yet you cannot help admire their enthusiasm.

        We assume a lot as teachers, about a child's background and past knowledge, but here it is evident what they know and don't know, and how much English they understand and don't understand.
        It really is like taking a flower ...

        Taking a local to beat down the price!!

        A travel blog entry by diannev on Sep 14, 2012

        4 comments, 5 photos

        ... in a different country. This place is not cheap with the products coming in at the same price as back home in shops other than the $2 shops.

        What I really enjoy are the small stalls that sell the 'Turkish Delight', nuts and dried fruits. The shopkeepers are generous with their offerings to taste. I am having a few problems getting fresh vegetables. Apparently Erbil (or Kurdistan) import their fruit ...

        Kurdish Iraq

        A travel blog entry by ragowski on Apr 26, 2012

        30 photos

        ... to blame us for that one. A passing taxi driver actually jumped in and got the car off the kerb as our mate couldn’t.

        After arriving in Duhok we realised our taxi driver has never been here before and there was no way we were going to find the bus station to get an overnight bus across the border to Turkey (which is another story, 10hrs at the border). Luckily a passing local gave us a lift for a small donation to the bus company office and we were ...

        The Hamilton Road

        A travel blog entry by happydunk on Jul 06, 2010

        1 comment, 31 photos

        ... the mountains in Iraq are sheer walls of rock, very formidable. It was simple a beautiful ride. Told off for taking pictures of the border......The dress code of th women got more traditional as the closer I got to Iran. So this is the most easterly point of my trip, 6320 miles completed what will the North to south bit undercover. Stayed with more soldiers and watched the Holland ...