Finding an ideal hotel in Irbid does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Al Joude Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a mosquito net, and Al Joude Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
While in Irbid be sure to experience nearby seafood restaurants such as Ocean Seafood.
Al Joude Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Irbid.
The hotel is well known and is surviving despite all the bad situation the area suffered from, like the syrian problem. The most important client basis are the Palestinians of 48, and gulf University students.
Great food. Their classic meals are still served aftr all these years! Love News Cafe outside too. The weather was amazing, the tables were clean & the hospitality was truly appreciated. Will always recommend this place.
....some things in the room were broken, the atmosphere was not so nice and some times we waited a lot of time at the reception. But the staff was friendly and helpfull. But Irbid itself is only worth if you need an accomodation on the way to the north. Actually Irbid is different from other cities in Jordan, because you see many students on the streets. But there are more interesting sites to see and visit in Jordan.
We ( me and my wife ). Stayed in that hotel for one night and it was the worst night in our lives. The room was very dirty and and the staff there were not polite. The bed sheets were very dirty. The toilets were very disgusting. Actually I thought it will be better than this I don't advice anyone even to eat there. I wish that there is anything positive in that night. Next morning we checked out and went to other hotel.
Maybe my standard for a hotel for a family vacation is high; especially after a long day of site seeing from Amman to Petra to Al Karak back to Amman and here in Irbid, you'd definitely want a nice room to go back to. We got to the hotel around 10pm when our scheduled check in was supposed to be 3pm and when we got to our rooms, they were still cleaning and preparing the rooms. One guy was tempting unclogging the toilet. In another room, the bedsheets seemed like they were refolded instead of changed to new ones; one bed was missing a pillow. My brother found a food in a plastic bag MOLDED while searching for the air conditioner remote control in the drawer. Not to mention the floor is dusty and sticky. They haven't even finished cleaning the room and the cleaners were gone. They were super slow, and lazy. We ended up leaving the hotel. Maybe we got the bad rooms on a bad day. So I suggest you fellow people to check the rooms, toilets and drawers before staying for the night. The only good thing is the internet is super fast. The cost per night does not sums up the service we were getting.…
Irbid is full of busy and energy as a commercial, university city, interesting moreso for its north west location as the route to the Syrian border and ruins at Umm Qais overlooking the Galilee and Israel/Palestine just a wing away. The hotel is run by a charming Egyptian and many of the guests are Middle East Christians. There is a lovely tranquil garden, well lit and attended at the rear, not overlooked by the busy front of hotel roadside businesses. The comparison I make is for an area where good hotels are lacking and you need to lower your expectations and be glad t find anything even of this level. It needs a good decorator to come in and take charge of the rooms but there are no creepy crawlies that I could see... The public areas of restaurant, cafe and garden are pleasant and offer respite from the heat and noise beyond. Breakfast was first come first served, the later you arrived the less there was.…
I had asked for the large room on the top floor when booking. I must say I grew up in a smaller house than that. Estimated sizes for the bedroom: 4*6m, living room 4*9,, bathroom 3*3m. There were chairs and sofas for at least ten people. Bad news was that the 150*150cm television set was not connected (defect?) but the smaller 60*45cm set worked fine and had 80, mostly Arab, channels. The bed was good, sheets clean, everything in the bathroom worked perfectly well.. The breakfast is somewhat traditional: hummus with flatbread and olives. Nothing special, but certainly good enough. I actually started to be very pleased with this hotel Then, when walking through the room, I noticed that my nice white hotel slippers, taken from a large hotel chain, did stick a bit to the floor when walking... and I noticed that there were waffle patterns on the floor where my slippers had been... and then I saw what had happened to the soles of my slippers: tar black. I'm afraid that the floors had not been cleaned yet this year. As for the rest: the bathroom was clean, the bed was clean, and the chairs were cleanish. The internet is free, however in two days I could not connect to it. I'm not sure if the hotel accepts credit cards, they probably do. For a total of 70 JD -for two nights- I didn't bother. Summarised: if you really have to stay in Irbid (why would you?) and if you're not too hard to please .. well .. go right ahead. The hotel says it's a three star place, I think this could be somewhat optimistic.…
I'm not sure why this hotel is the pick of hotels in Irbid recommended by Lonely Planet. I would hate to see hotels worse than this. Even though the edition of Lonely Planet is a few years old it's hard to see how this hotel would "deserve it's 4-star rating" even back then. The rooms are dirty and musty, it's noisy, has views of rubbish strewn building sites and a poor breakfast. If you have any other choices in Irbid I would try those first.
The Al Joude hotel was disappointing to say the least. We paid the equivalent of what we had paid for other 3 star hotels in Jordan and would definitely say that this hotel was only 2 stars at best. Breakfast selection was poor with just olives, stale bread and a couple of other things on offer. The outdoor restuarant area has potential but is looking tired and run down and the swimming pool looked like it hadn't been cleaned in months. Our room was small, the bathroom pokey and not functional - you had to sit sideways on the toilet as you couldn't fit your legs in otherwise. Maybe the rooms at the front and in the newer part of the hotel might be nicer, but the rooms that we were shown were all in the old part and we weren't even given the option of seeing the rooms in the newer part and the hotel certainly wasn't full. Not sure if the rooms at the front are more expensive or what, but the receptionist who looked at us like we were a huge interuption to his evening didn't provide any information or try to upsell the front of the hotel which we only relised was newer the next morning in the daylight. For the money that we paid the Al Joude Hotel was a rip off.…
I wouldn't recommend this place. We stayed there just one night, having crossed the border from Syria too late to go straight to Amman. It was featured in Lonely Planet as a 4-star hotel, which describes it as "classy and sophisticated". Perhaps we were unlucky with our room, which was enormous, but not particular clean or well maintained. The sheets were dirty and then changed for ones in a similar state. The light fittings seemed quite dangerous and the shower leaked all over the bathroom.