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==Sleep==
 
==Sleep==
*<sleep name="Hotel Layali Baghdad Hotel" alt="" address="In the city center, Bata. Approximately  36.189414, 44.007693" directions="" phone="+964 750 13 13 13 5" url="http://www.dhiya.jimdo.com" price="15 Iraqi Dinars" lat ="36.189415" long  ="44.007693"We guarantee you the lowest price in Erbil, All fully equipped with TV, Airco, Fridge, Bathroom, Laundry and free Wi-Fi. Also feel free to contact us by Watsapp(number above), Mail or phone for more information.</sleep>
 
 
 
*'''Erbil International Hotel''' aka Sheraton is a great place to stay, if you can afford the rates. In November 2008, the rate for a single room (double bed) was around $US200 (including service charges). Payment is in cash only, no credit card. In November 2008, there were ATMs in the hotel, but it is not clear whether they allow cash withdrawals using international credit cards. In March 2010 International credit cards allow you to withdraw Iraqi Dinars there. The hotel has excellent food and internet service. There is a dry cleaner and laundry and several relatively good restaurants in the hotel (including East Asian and Indian food).
 
*'''Erbil International Hotel''' aka Sheraton is a great place to stay, if you can afford the rates. In November 2008, the rate for a single room (double bed) was around $US200 (including service charges). Payment is in cash only, no credit card. In November 2008, there were ATMs in the hotel, but it is not clear whether they allow cash withdrawals using international credit cards. In March 2010 International credit cards allow you to withdraw Iraqi Dinars there. The hotel has excellent food and internet service. There is a dry cleaner and laundry and several relatively good restaurants in the hotel (including East Asian and Indian food).
  

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