Set on a hill, Beit Zaman has been created from an old stone village. It is quaint and adequate but not really that much more. Our room was built on a terrace, was quite large and looked out to the south-east. [Room 301] At night the lights of the town across the valley were very pretty. On a previous stay about 18mths ago, our room was much smaller and clearly part of the original village with its narrow cobbled streets. There is a safe, tea and coffee room facilities, TV etc The water is not potable. There is no in-room directory to detail facilities. I did not find the room numbering to be intuitive. The keys to the room are a challenge. On at least three different occasions, members of our group had to call for assistance with their door lock. The heated in-door pool is a haven after a visit to hot and dusty, though very beautiful, Petra. The food was not to my liking. The fresh omelette made to choice each morning was great but everything else was very ordinary. Water is not provided on the tables. You have to buy a bottle along with any other drinks. I did not enjoy the local wine – a Sauvignon Blanc Chardonnay blend that was “oily”. Not at all moreish! Overall the hotel is spacious, clean and friendly.
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- Also Known As:
- Beit Zaman Hotel Petra / Wadi Musa
- Homewood Suites Petra Wadi Musa
- Beit Zaman Jordan/Petra - Wadi Musa