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Al-Fanar Palace Hotel
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Reviewed 12 July 2012

The hotel is fine, although compared with 1,5 years ago it obviously needs some upgrade in the furniture and carpets.

The hotel is far away from the Amman centre, which requires some skills to stop taxi on the street (and better have address of destination written in Arabic as most of the drivers do not speak English - the same advise is valid for catching taxi at the airport: better have hotel name and address printed in Arabic). Taxi is cheap here, but it is definitely not a nice place for a walk - around are only apartment buildings and very busy street.

From furniture and infrastructure, hotel offers all basics. Do not expect too many luxuries or tea/coffee making facilities. Bathroom was fine most of the time, although once I got room with extremely small shower where was impossible even to turn around (however, it was easy to change to another room with better bathroom). Wireless is available in whole hotel, but you have to ask for temporary access at reception (credentials are valid now 12h, which is already huge improvement from previous 1h allowance).

Breakfast or food... I guess, it serves the purpose, but is not inspiring. However, if you want alternatives, you will have to catch a taxi to the downtown...

Hotel staff really makes additional plus points for the hotel. Very nice, polite and helpful so far they can. But hotel does not have maps, and overall it is not arranged for leisure tourists. Main business here probably is arrangement o local weddings, as everyday I have been there, it was some huge celebrations on 2nd floor. Interesting to see guests in traditional or modern clothing, and the noise from celebrations was never an issue (probably because usually we get accommodated at 4-6 floors).

For us the hotel was fine as the hotel was closest near our business trip destination, but for vacation and pleasure I would not recommend to choose this hotel.

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 14 June 2012

Stayed 2-nights at beginning of an Exodus tour of Jordan, and 1-night at the end. Served this purpose well....but the location not the best under ordinary circumstances. Nothing in the area of interest, and no Restaurants nearby, except in the hotel. Very busy 'highway' out-front (too dangerous to try to cross the road) but Taxi's into town only 3 or 4 JOD's, and are plentiful. Staff all friendly & very helpful. Food 'so-so' but acceptable; although not great variety.

If it wasn't for the fact we were joining a tour group (Exodus) we would have preferred a hotel closer into town & near some good restaurants.

Room Tip: Higher rooms...away from front of hotel.
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with friends
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1  Thank 001CanuckGuy
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Reviewed 14 May 2012

Looks very luxurious, lobby nice, our room was very large and shower excellent. Quite far from downtown however taxi ride is only 4JD.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with friends
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1  Thank _lindastill
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Reviewed 6 May 2012

Stayed here for 3 nights total on an educational from the UK.

The rooms were clean and a good size no complaints there. The buffet breakfast is huge and had a different variety every day along with the standard staple items you expect in Jordan.

The only nag I had was that the waiters in the restaurant were very insistent on taking payment quite promptly fir drinks we had on top of our dinner. We were a group of 12 and one night they kept interrupting our meeting to make us pay fir a can if coke. We found this to be quite unprofessional.

Otherwise the hotel it's self is great, wifi works really well in all rooms and the front desk staff were always polite and helpful.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled on business
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1  Thank Joshiebear
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Reviewed 17 April 2012

This hotel will not afford you any knowledge of the city - it is not close to the downtown area, nor does it have anything near it to make it easier to tolerate the lack of city perspective.

The hotel came as part of a package with a tour we took so there was not much we could do since we did not have a choice. We stayed here three night (two at the beginning of the trip and one at the end). The first two nights we had a HUGE room which did not cool well and the toilet did not flush properly. The last night at the end our room was infinitely better - on a higher floor and with a nice bathroom. Therefore, make sure you ask for their newer rooms on higher floors.

The hotel itself has nothing around it - only a supermarket and a pharmacy (you can get over the counter anti-histamine, which I had to do with an allergy I caught, and you can easily buy inexpensive bottles of water at the supermarket). If you want to eat - the only options are the hotel restaurant's rather expensive buffet (12 Jordanian Dinar for adults) or their a la carte menu (which I did not get a chance to see). The staff though is warm and friendly, as are almost all Jordanians.

All in all, for a short or long stay in Amman, I would not voluntarily choose this hotel.

Room Tip: Ask for a new room on a higher floor.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank lonnybom
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