Tal Hotel, Tel Aviv - An Atlas Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTal Hotel, Tel Aviv - An Atlas Hotel
Small but comfortable room. At first they could not find our reservation and also did't recognize the name of the tour company. We we're thankfully able to check into our room early after a little wait as we were dog tired after the flight.
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