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Stayed with a tour group. Staff was pleasant but the hotel has been let go. Rooms are shabby and need a good going over. The pool was out of commission. Even the neon sign announcing the hotel had half of its lights out. Breakfast was...More
We stayed twice once at the beginning of our Jordan trip & again at the end. At this time of year they turn off the AC centrally even though we wanted it on. They could not even provide a fan. The room had double glazing...More
We were in a group visiting Amman. First thing we noticed is no a/c or heating. Rooms were warm. Secondly, the lighting was terrible. We had to hold stuff up to the light to read. Bathtub was dangerous. Very slippery. Room was large and bed...More
We stayed here for our first night in Amman. We arrived early evening from the airport and were quickly check-in by the local agent. The room was okay but the two things you really want after a flight is a decent bed and shower. Our...More
My first concern with this hotel was the smoky hotel lobby. Both my friend and I are highly sensitive to cigarette smoke and the lobby reeked of it. Our rooms are nice but no air conditioning. I opened up the sliding door to very annoying...More
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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"Ask for a high room with a balcony to avoid the road noise & enable fresh air when the AC is off"