very Fantastic stay. We enjoyed. Good location. with amazing services. Good food good stuff.. Friendly and helpful people. a good pricing. I will try to back there and stay more time as possible as I can do
I visit this hotel several times,it is in the center of Amman,all you may need around you,shops, restaurants,and cafeterias. the receptionist friendly and nice, but the rooms lacking maintenance, and last visit ,i and my family cannot stay there because the air conditioning were removed from the rooms and the receptionist apologize, that the hotel is doing maintenance.I hope that they do good maintenance for the hotel.
As a disclaimer, we only stayed here 6 hours between our 12am flight landing in Amman to our bus to Petra the next morning. The room for breakfast looked nice and the location was good. Also, we requested for someone to pick us up from the airport, and he was very nice and it was reasonably priced. However, we had requested a double and instead got a room with two single beds. The room was very worn out and although clean, we were worried about insects in the night. There was toilet paper but no towels in the bathroom and no hot water (again we were there late at night). Perhaps it is fine for a backpacker but we had misjudged this slightly from the reviews.
I stayed here for about 4 days a few months back. Very good location but it can be a bit difficult to find as the place is down an alley. The rooms themselves were alright...small, firm, but clean beds. The shower and toilet area is a bit awkward in terms of spacing but you can make it work. My biggest problem with the hotel was the construction going on while I was there. They were ripping up the street leading up to the place every morning and it was LOUD. Overall it's a decent place and the folks seemed helpful. Just your typical budget stay.
I stayed there one night in October and would say there are better options in the city... The airport pickup was reasonably priced at 20 JD but the room (single room) was so so and the bed and other furniture looked very old. Bathrooms need some work and the room light was very dim. Breakfast was a bit dismal and staff smoked too much in the lobby area and wasn't exactly very friendly, either. There were few other travelers in the lobby or anywhere in the hotel so it was very hard for me (I traveled solo) to find any fellow travelers who could form a group for tours in and around the city. I didn't know better on the first day but soon realized there were better options everywhere and moved to Jordan Tower Hotel, which was a lot better with a similar price range and had so much more guests. One good thing about the hotel is its prime location right at the center of downtown. But I don't think I would go back to the hotel or recommend it to anyone.…