the hotel does not have adapter .
Yes, The Hotel has an outlet in the bathroom for shavers as part of the hair dryer machine. There is also a separate outlet in the bathroom.
Yes! In the bathroom there is a dual voltage outlet on the hair dryer for shavers, and another separate dual voltage outlet next to it! (Dual means U.S. and Europe.)
To my recollection, the Caesar Tiberius does not have 120v (aka 110v) outlets. It's been 3 months since we were there, however, and we stayed in three different hotels. It seems to me that at least one hotel had a 120v outlet in the bathroom, but I can't remember which one. In any case, 120v power is generally NOT available in Israel, so you would be well advised to have plug adapters and/or a voltage converter when you go. They are different and you should understand how. A plug adapter merely changes the plug configuration from the two round pronged European (Israeli) style, to US style, with two straight blades, with or without a ground prong. These work just fine if your appliances are rated for universal voltages of 110-220VAC. Many cell phone chargers and such are rated this way. Look for the power rating info on your device. You must be aware, however, that some devices can only be run on one voltage. One device which commonly runs only on one voltage is a hair dryer. Running a hair dryer on the wrong voltage can be catastrophic. What you need in a case such as that is a "voltage converter", which will actually change your power from 220V to 120V. A travel size converter will cost you about $25. Simple adapters, discussed above, should cost around $5 ea. So my advice is to know what voltages your devices can utilize, and take the appropriate type of adapter or converter with you.
Not to my knowledge. Bring an adapter/converter when traveling in Israel. It takes all the guess work out. Rick
In israel there is 220v but most of the new chargers for cellphones and laptops go from 110 to 220 without a problem, is written in the charger itself or in the manual of the device.
If your charger works fine with 220v in the hotel you can ask for a US-israel adaptor and they can give it to you.
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