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Region Hotel
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Reviewed April 22, 2012

We stayed at the Region Hotel overnight on our way to Israel on a pilgrimage with a tour group of 45 people. The lobby area was fine with free internet. The floor carpet on the approach to the rooms was dirty, even inside the rooms too. Even the firniture seemd to have seen better days. Toilets could have been a lot better. The swimming pool was dirty with a lot of garbage & stuff inside. The food was Ok. But the plates were with a lot of stains & some could be wiped off.

Don't stay at this hotel if you can help it.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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Thank acmemc
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Reviewed August 19, 2010

We stayed at the region on the first leg of our religious pilgrimage tour. Two days before we left we were woken by the fire bell... The corridor was filled with smoke so we made our way to the fire exit. The stairs was filled with spare beds. Walking through plastic smelling smoke we made our way to the other fire exit stair. We got one flight below only to encounter a locked door. Luckily hotel staff directed us through a small gap. If I was large I wouldn't have fitted. We made it outside only to find out that we weren't the only one to experience a scary ordeal. This hotel is a potential death trap.

Previous reviews on noise are true. We also experienced plates that were left outside rooms for 1 week. I'm sure that's unhygenic!

It's a real shame as the staff seem like really nice people. They always responded to requests unlike most hotels with a higher star rating.

Jordanian people are very polite, in fact they are wonderful people. However their hotels suck!

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Thank Rosunally
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Reviewed April 26, 2010

Our group stayed at this hotel when we were delayed in Amman due to the volcano in Iceland. The swimming pool referred to in a previous review is now green and full of litter. The view from our room was of a pile of discarded hotel furniture. The lobby was impressive but elsewhere the place was very dirty, especially staircases, etc. The breakfast was a joke, the kitchen regularly ran out of staple breakfast food, eg bread! And the restaurant service was very poor, constantly having to ask for cups, or plates or saucers or spoons, etc. The worst thing about it was the live music which started about 10.30 every night and finished between 3 and 4.30 am, on the first floor, just below our rooms. It was so loud the light fittings were vibrating, no chance of sleep, so if you have to stay there, refuse the rooms on the second floor at the back!
I guess the hotel might have started a refurbishment, but that is really no excuse, particularly as it calls itself 3 star. I'm not very fussy, but it really was dreadful.

  • Stayed: April 2010
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Reviewed February 28, 2010

We were part of a group of 50 pilgrims from india to israel.

The hotel was clean, the lobby very well appointed, with wireless internet in the lobby.
the hotel staff were very pleasant, giving us the pool-side area to conduct the evening services.
The front office could converse in English but non-English speaking travellers definitely had a problem communicating.

The room facilities were very basic and drinking water had to be bought at exhorbitant prices (water is a scarce commodity in Jordan, so this is common at all Jordan hotels)
We compromised by buying a pack of 6 bottles for the same price at a mini-department store about a km away.

The food was basic but that may be because of the price offered to the group.

It was a pleasant enough stay.

  • Stayed: October 2009
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Thank rhonapap
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Reviewed December 20, 2008

My senior citizen mother and I stayed at the Region Hotel in October 2008 on the last leg of a Holyland tour. We arrived by coach from Israel and spent just 1 night at the Region Hotel. We were part of a group of 18 people. This hotel appears to be popular with group tour operators - mainly European.

Rooms were allotted very quickly. Rooms were with attached toilet. Very clean. Appearance of grandeur with fancy drapes and carved furniture. However, on a closer look the furniture was made from cheap wood. It did not matter as the beds were very soft and comfortable, the room spacious (included a TV) and the toilet/shower stall clean,

Stay included breakfast and dinner - both of which were sumptuous with a good variety. The location, however, is a little out of the city so there is nothing much to do/see if you do not have a tour planned.

We visited Mount Nebo after check-out on enroute to the airport for our departure back to India. Would probably stay at this hotel, if we ever visit Amman again.

  • Stayed: October 2008
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Thank Libran20
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