I didn't really know what to expect from this hotel as i could find no reviews. I did manage to find some photos. One photo in particular had someone being massaged with a view of the dead sea i think. Thats not a view you'll have from this hotel the shop and beauty parlour were also closed down - this may be due to the fact that it was not high season for western tourists. it was mostly gulf state familys. The hotel was comfortable and clean and the staff were extremely helpfull and the breakfast buffet was traditional middle eastern with fuul,hummus,flat bread,boiled eggs. there was cereal and tea/coffee.
If you plan to travel around jordan then this hotel is well located it is around 3min walk to jett bus station, from the jett station you can get buses around jordan. Downtown is maybe a 15min walk or 2 minutes in a cab. there are a few basic shops that selling water and groceries around the hotel but expect to have to get a taxi to one of the circles if you want to go shoppng or have something to eat. I didn't find it very noisy at night and the area felt safe at night too. The english was very good from the hotel staff. The air conditioning wasn't very good and was noisy in our room and the pool was closed whilst we were there but then the water was hot and the bathroom was clean which is all i ask for.
I would certainly reccomend this hotel to someone who is on a tight budget and wants somewhere comfortable to stay but don't expect anything luxurious or out of the normal but expect to be treated extremley well at this hotel.
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