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Place has seen better days. We stayed for one night only and it was a poor choice by us. Electricity went down for half the room during the night so no lights in the bedroom. No hot water in one of the rooms and the...More
A really nice place with a great hospitality.
We felt really welcome when we arrived. The view is amazing and breakfast and diner is served on the terrace so you can enjoy the view while eating. We loved it!
It’s close to Jerash, with the...More
Date of stay: October 2018
Thank Claudia V
Response from TheOliveBranch_12, Manager at The Olive Branch HotelResponded October 17, 2018
Thank you very much for the kind review. Wish you a pleasant stay in our country for the remainder of your trip.
This place is one of only two hotels in Jerash, so can let its standards slip. The room was c. 1965, with old, crappy furniture and stained linens and bathtub. The pool was infinitesimal, and the buffet dinner overpriced at JD 10.
This hotel is very nice, friendly staff, great view, calm place. Restaurant is fine. There is a nice terrace. Although the breakfast is very simple, the meals are tasty and home made.
Pool, free parking, great stay just 15 minutes ride from Jerash. We would...More
Let em start by saying that the Jordanians are one of the warmest and most hospitable people we have ever come across. This hotel, like every hotel we visited in Jordan has fantastic staff who are eager to please. Now the review.
We wanted to...More
It is not very convenient walking to the ruins from the hotel. Even though it stands in a very beautiful quiet location with breath taking scenery, it is quite far from everything. It takes 10-15 minutes by (cheap) taxi to... More
It is not very convenient walking to the ruins from the hotel. Even though it stands in a very beautiful quiet location with breath taking scenery, it is quite far from everything. It takes 10-15 minutes by (cheap) taxi to the ruins. It could take around 1 hour jogging/ walking if you fancy a hike. However, the road is full of hills. It would be a nice run in the morning going down the hill, but would not recommend coming up - also depending on the weather
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"The rooms are large and spacious and have lovely large balcony"