Basic, no frills hotels are a blessing for travellers who want to stay in big cities but keep their costs down. This hotel seems to be taking advantage of its good location to get clientele as everything else is terrible. The plumbing in many of the rooms doesn't work properly so that the showers overflow and the towels are ancient and paper thing like dish rags. Our room smelt strange ( like extra strong moth balls) the service is rude - I asked for hot water to make a cup of coffee at 7am and the receptionist just said: "In 30 minutes. Breakfast is at 7.30am". And don't hold your breathe for 7.30am as the breakfast is spartan and uses one toaster with a broken handle. On the second night we stayed our tour leader took us out for breakfast as he was so embarrassed by the hotel "spread". The room amenties are basic - one bar of soap and a box of tissues. Not even a hair dryer which is almost unheard of in a city hotel anywhere in the world these days.
If I had not been with a group I would have checked into another hotel. Amman is a sophisticated city and there are many more options than this place.
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