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TravelPod Member ReviewsYasmina Hotel Dahab
we negotiated a good deal for 6 nights here at the end of a 4 month trek through Africa (always negotiate the price if you're turning up on spec!). It was a clean, comfy hotel with nice staff and a lovely pool and sun area. As per most of the hotels in the main hub it was salt water showers but they weren't as salty as others we've used so we were quite happy. breakfast was included at the restaurant or by the pool and was delicious. We'd recommend for anybody staying in Dahab to stay in the main area rather than out at the 5 star resorts that are so far away.
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