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The carpet in the room looked like it needed to be updated, but everything else was clean and comfortable. I’m typically a sound sleeper, but I often heard the call to prayer in the wee hours of the morning (around 1:30 am and another at...More
The food is awful. Breakfast is included, but less and less was offered as the week progressed.
Rooms were okay. Mattresses old and hard, pillows flat. Did not feel clean. Towels were pretty threadbare.
Smoking allowed in restaurant.
Most folks friendly.
One if the land route into east Jerusalem is via Amman King Hussein Bridge.
October was a good month to be in Amman. The weather was nice as its it was autumn. Sky was clear and sunny.
We have a friend who lives in Amman,...More
The hotel is very poor in its services and location, it is not located near to the places for sightseeing and the services are very poor. The staff can barely speak english, and the hotel provides only the basics for stay. There is no way...More
We saw the most beautiful sunset from the room and the room is clean and neat. The food in the hotel is also ok. However, the wifi in the hotel is quite spotty and it's difficult to download emails and connect to WhatsApp.
US$90 - US$105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#35 Luxury Hotel in Amman
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Smoking rooms available
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We were picked up at the airport by our tour guide's bus, but I had seen signs of shuttle buses to the centre of town. One of those would probably be your most economical and safe means to get to the hotel
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"Located in a quiet area so no noticeable street noise"