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Reviewed 27 November 2013

stayed there for four nights. The best thing about is its location just near the market and across the road from the corniche and minutes-walk from good restaurants. The rooms in the front side of the hotel overlook a magnificent view of the Gulf of Aqaba and the port, and you can sea Elat from the room window, and the room is big. The bad thing about this hotel is that it is not that clean and the furniture seems to be old and not in good shape. The building itself is also old and needs rennovation.

Room Tip: rooms in the front side of the hotel have beautiful view of the Gulf of Aqaba and Elat
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank nour2010
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Reviewed 14 November 2011

We stayed at the Nairouck at the end of January 2011. Our room, on the 7th Floor, was clean and moderately priced, with a great view of the waterfront. The staff was very professional. The Nairouck is perfectly located for visiting the waterfront. The beach area seemed a bit seedy, but during the day, families enjoy promenading the beach. The cafes below the hotel sell the best hummus you will ever eat.
I notice some reviewers have compared Aqaba with nearby Eilat. This is not fair. Eilat, in Israel, is more modern, but it is also MUCH more expensive. Eilat seemed more developed as a resort area. Aqaba felt more like a port city where people live and work. I enjoyed both cities. Aqaba has the best hummus.

Room Tip: Choose room facing the sea.
  • Stayed: February 2011, travelled with family
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Thank eileenvideo
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Reviewed 16 February 2009

Decent hotel in central Aqaba so very convenient if you are just passing through for a night or two which we were. Nothing fancy but clean basic rooms at a good price for the town. Friendly helpful staff with excellent english. We also met Jordanians who use the hotel for stays in Aqaba and also recommend it.

  • Stayed: January 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank nickbeer
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Reviewed 4 October 2008

The Nairoukh II Hotel was provided to us by Immaginative Traveller as part of our tour package (Egypt & Jordan Caravan holidays) in September 2008.

As we first arrived at this hotel, I noticed that there was a strong smell of smoke in the lobby (No non-smoking section area and no non-smoking rooms). We then went to our room.
As we opened the door and turned on the lights, I immediately noticed many stains on the carpet.

I then checked the bedding to see if it was clean. Unfortunately it wasn't clean and many hairs were found under the top sheet. On one of the beds had a white fluid which had run down the side of the bed and onto the floor which caused a white stain on the carpet. You can form your own opinion on what the now dried up white substance was. I was astonished that the cleaners had not even wiped the side of the bed or even attempted to clean the stain on the carpet.
The room needed dusting badly. (See photos)

In the bathroom room, mold was visible in the shower and around the toilet. (See photos)

I decided I was not going to stay at that hotel as I didn't believe the accomodations were even sanitary. I made arrangements to stay at another hotel.

Do yourself a favor and book elsewhere if at all possible.

  • Stayed: September 2008
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Thank HonestFeedbackGiven
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Reviewed 27 April 2008

Stayed in Aqaba as part or a tour of Jordan. We were the first to check in as we arrived ahead of the group. We were allocated a room on the 4th floor at the back of the hotel. It was awful! Dark, tiny, no view, exposed lightbulbs and wires in the bathroom, paint peeling etc.
We refused to stay in the room and requested a room with a view. We were moved to the 6th floor and like the previous reviewer found it to be a great room. Good sea view, clean, even had a table and chairs at the window. The bathroom however was poorly lit and quite dark. We had a light bulb missing in the hallway and were short of towels. They were very responsive and sorted everything out quickly.
Our group ate buffet dinner in the hotel which was not very good. Beakfast was also average but with a goood view.
Good location and next to an internet cafe and supermarkets etc.
Walked along the seafront and had coffee at a jetty cafe. You are hassled all the time to go on glass bottomed boats and to buy things. The people are very friendly but the kids hassle a lot! Good nuts to eat and very cheap!
Not much to do in Aqaba other than dive or snorkel (not at hotel), but we were passing though and did not have enough time.
Had a good view of Eilat where we stayed a few months before. I would recommend Eilat over Aqaba any day.

  • Stayed: March 2008
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Thank geronimoturtle
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