Spent 2 nights here as part of a hiking / sightseeing tour (in a group of 21).
Supposed to be 3 star, but I'd say no better that 1.5 stars
I don't think anyone in the group didn't have problems with their rooms.
A particularly common problem was the plumbing. Many toilets would not flush properly and several of the original low level “built-in” cisterns (only a few years old) have had to be replaced by old fashioned high level pull chain flush units.
The bath hand rail in our room was falling off the wall.
Shower was pretty useless.
Hot water was only turned on if enough people pestered reception.
Rooms are supposed to have security boxes. Well, yes they had them, but none of them worked.
But we did have a working fridge (not everyone did)!
Had dinner in restaurant one night. Not much choice and pretty bland fare. Breakfast was similarly poor.
WiFi available in reception area.
Seems local boy racers use the area (centre of Madaba) most nights (in the early hours) so, apart from the call to prayer at sunrise, you also get kept awake by roaring cars and motorbikes.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A newly built 3 star Boutique Hotel in the heart of Madaba, and only half an hour drive from the Dead Sea, with a wide range of restaurants and cafes, 33 rooms with in room safe, free wireless internet, minibar, airconditioning, duvets, satelite TV and a very well equipped bathroom. ... more less
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