I stayed for 3 nights in Farah. The hotel is very simple but very good value. The staff is very friendly and helpful and actually speaks English, which is a plus in Jordan, since 99% of the people don't really qualify as "english speakers". The rooms are fairly clean and comfy and the bathrooms are OK, not more than that. If you're looking for a place to crash, for a low cost, this is the place! The staff will help you with anything you need and the location is pretty convenient, although this part of town (downtown) is not much alike Baghdad. There are 2 restaurants near the hotel. One is Cairo (it's a must! Absolutely marvelous Arab food for a very low price) and the other is even closer to the hotel and only serves Hommus, Beans and Falafel (Ask the guy in the reception, Ahmed, and he will tell you where it is. You'll mingle amongst the locals and eat great food for a ridiculous price.
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- A warm welcome to Jordan from the Farah Hotel! With us you will get the most peaceful nights sleep yet we are also deep in the heart of Amman's historic Downtown area. Famous to travelers for its easy, welcoming style, our hotel's lounge is a great place to meet other travelers and exchange stories over mint tea or breakfast which is included. ... more less
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