If you go to the Dead Sea,It's worth staying in any one of the surrounding hotels on the Jordanian side. The Marriott stands out among all. Mainly because of its Spa and having access from its fantastic pool to the private beach on the Dead Sea. Definitely a great place to unwind. The rooms are nice, the buffet breakfast and dinner is recommended and the evenings are lively with some live entertainment. An ideal place to relax, unwind and discover the benefits of the special waters of the Dead Sea. What's more, the toiletteries that you find in your bathroom are products made by the hotel with ingredients that come directly from the sea.
Situated just 100 meters from the entrance to the wonderful city of Petra in Jordan, the Mövenpick Resort Petra is the five-star luxury hotel in the area. It has all the amenities to relax after the marathon of the great tourist day in Petra, two restaurants where you can enjoy local specialties and a terrace with a rooftop garden with views of the hills around Petra. The rooms are very modern and very comfortable: Spacious, bright and comfortable, and the staff are extremely attentive to customers' needs. In the entrance there is an elegant lobby decorated in the style of an interior Arabic courtyard. A highly recommended Hotel for staying in Petra because of its privileged position and the comfort they offer to their customers
This desert spot is one of the most authentic permanent camps. It is a typical Bedouin camp, it even has tents made of goat hair. There is no light, except in the bathrooms, it gives a special charm at night. It is advisable to carry a small flashlight. Great food, great atmosphere, peace and silence. You can do various activities, camel ride to see dusk, hiking trails or just take a tea light burning. It has great capacity and tranquility. Very much recommended.
In August last year I had the opportunity to spend several days in this hotel. The experience was incredible. It happened to be during the holiday of Ramadan, so after imagine the after going all day without eating, the buffet dinner was spectacular. We would eat in the Palm Court Terrace, in a completely Oriental setting and fully complete with background music. You certainly couldn't' just pick as the buffet came with the first courses, salads, different types of bread and desserts ... Delicious and exquisite elaboration. You can have breakfast on the terrace or in the restaurants inside. We did it in the deck, I had a lot of fun, there was a man who was preparing pancakes and a crow was caught "stealing" one freshly made, to the astonishment of all. At the time the staff was troubled, then it followed the laughter of all who were there. Needless to say I got double portion later. The hotel is beautiful, the rooms spacious with "king size"beds. There are Swimming pools, private beach, fun cafes at night turn into romantic "chill out". Totally desirable.
This hotel is located in Wadi Mousa, the village next to Petra. It's very nice, because it has a very particular structure. It's a complex of very simple, rustic stone houses, but it has everything, including a covered pool in the pavilion and craft stores in another area. Best of all, it's near Petra. By the way, you can eat well here.
This is a wonderful place for hiking and climbing. You can also simply go there to rest for a few days away from conventional tours. Surrounded by landscaped that are incredible and the silence and tranquility, along with the unique sunsets. Here you can use solar, candlelight and the food comes from local crops. Perfect to forget the stress and enjoy the nature of Jordanian or a romantic few days of rest. There are 26 rooms, some are double.
Wonderful place for hiking and climbing. Or simply just to rest for a few days away from conventional tours. Surrounded by incredible landscape. Silence, tranquility, unique sunsets. The place uses solar energy, candlelight and food comes from local crops. Completely green. Perfect to forget the stress and enjoy Jordanian nature for a romantic few days of rest. 26 rooms.
A fantastic spa resort. It is in the hot springs of Hammamat Ma'in, near the Dead Sea. Its pools are at different temperatures. Waterfalls, solarium and a wonderful Spa. You can pay for a day's stay, without lodging, which is how many Jordanians choose to spend their day ff. The Spa is wonderful, a real luxury. It has five different programs with different treatments for skin problems. It is little known by travellers, I hope that from now on that those traveling to Jordan in the near future will pass by and share their experiences. It is worth a visit.
The Gulf of Aqaba, the part of Jordanian with access to the Red Sea, is a place designed for sun and beach tourism. The "wealthy" people of the country come here to spend their holidays and have built a number of luxury hotels. The Intercontinental Hotel is pretty cool, actually. It's huge, has a good pool right next to its private beach, spa, bars, restaurants ... A detail that bothered me is that the walls are sooo thin and you hear outside noises, especially if you are on the ground floor, next to the show lounge.
The Grand Hyatt Amman Hotel is a luxury resort nestled in the heart of the business and commercial area in the city of Amman. It boasts easy access to business districts, as well as exhibition centers and conference rooms. It is 30 minutes from the airport. The rooms are well equipped to enjoy a comfortable stay.
This was the best time of my life. There was tranquility, peace and relaxation. The service of the staff, the facilities - it was like another world, like a paradise in the middle of nowhere. You can spend a few days and just enjoy yourself between the mountains, on the shores of the Dead Sea, all you hear is silence.
This hotel is situated near the ruins of Petra, and it does the job if you´re just there for a short visit. The rooms are small, too small in my opinion, and if you happen to take a walk around, you have to be in great shape. In my life I have seen few streets with such a steep slope. If you have the misfortune to fall over, no one will stop you. My stay there coincided with Ramadan and I had to queue for ages to have dinner. In the queue there were hundreds of men, but not one woman. There was lamb for those that wanted it, and the person dishing out the food split the pieces with his hands (gloved of course), needless to say we skipped the lamb.
This is one of the most modern camps in the area. Ideal for travelers with children. With easy access from the desert highway, it has a place to put stores and caravans. Fully equipped, with accommodation for all travelers. For the more adventurous, single or double Bedouin tents. For the less daring or those who get cold easily, cozy cottages, typical buildings of the region. Everything together offers a very characteristic desert camp, but with a lot of amenities. Great kitchen, meeting rooms, swimming pool (in the desert), haimas designed as dining rooms, outdoor ballroom. Interesting enough it has the first private amphitheater in Jordan, with a capacity of over 3,000 people ... And I asked myself, when do so many people go into the wilderness? They do everything possible to make your stay unforgettable. You can practice many adventure sports, horseback riding, camel rides, land sailing, hot air ballooning, quad. Or you can do nothing like me, just relax and contemplate the desert. There's nothing better to regain strength. Kids will love it I assure you, for them it's much more comfortable than other more rustic camps.
When I was told that there were only 2 hotels in Jerash, I did not believe it .... But the truth is, despite being a tourist city, the visitors, usually sleep in Amman. This small hotel, located opposite the Roman ruins, is the best option to stay here. Although I made a major downgrade (it was night and did not want to Amman), it didn't turn out cheap. But if I say I have not found anyone else in Jordan as friendly as the hotel receptionist.
The hotel "Four Seasons Amman" is located in Amman, Jordan, in the prestigious "Al Sweifiyah Residential Area" and the financial district "Shmeisani". The hotel offers services for both business and leisure travellers. The location provides great views of the spectacular urban landscape.
This hotel is not known for its rooms, facilities or service, but its views are spectacular. It's a good way to wake up before visiting wonderful Petra, watching the mountains change colours with the light produced on them as the morning progresses. Delightful.
Hotel with big rooms but they are quite old, poor and the spicy food in the dining service was bad for breakfast. They had no orange juice and went spent from 5 to 10 minutes without coffee cups, and another 4 minute for wet towels. The pool has a nice view from Barcelona and we told the agency that the reviews were bad and we were told that there were no spaces available at another hotel. This comment is from another happy customer with 1 contribution in Cordoba, Spain 30 Aug 2010. This hotel is decadent. It lacks everything, breakfast buns were left over from the previous day, burnt toast, coffee and juice that had no fruit, it was depressing. The rooms are big but very ugly. The hotel was away from everything. The only thing salvageable was the pool with freezing water. The wholesale 5 stars should not be offered for that level.
This is part of a new generation of economical hotels, offering a dynamic design. Salome Hotel is a spectacular place to visit in any season. If you are on vacation, or planning meetings or just visiting for a weekend, Salome Hotel is a great place to stay. The hotel offers 30 luxurious rooms, modern restaurants, meeting rooms and a terrace. Private parking in front of the hotel.
The Liwan Hotel is a three star hotel in Amman. It's not bad. The service is good and not your typical turism spot. The hotel is near a mall and several stores. The wifi is economical 1.30, although not very varied buffet is good.
The rooms are spacious and clean. The buffet is good. You have to buy a card which costs 15 dinars for 24 hours of Internet use. It's not in the center of Amman, but you can take a taxi that costs 3 dinars to go to downtown Amman.
The Marriott Amman Hotel is in Shmeisani Amman, Jordan, which is just four kilometers away from the diplomatic district, and 14 kilometers away from Amman's International Fair. The hotel's features include: A glass roof and potted palms in the lobby of the 14 floors create a bright atmosphere and lush. The hotel features indoor and outdoor pools, a health club with gym, sauna, steam room and massage, spa and beauty services.
Inside the hotel we found a bar that serves drinks until midnight. It has free parking and internet access. The rooms are decorated in a simple and elegant style. The atmosphere is warm, relaxed and peaceful. Ideal for you to enjoy with your family or friends.
Capri Hotel Suites is in the gorgeous and sunny city of Amman, in the Othaina Umm, in the heart of the most dynamic part of the city. This hotel is surrounded by business and commercial centers. All of the major hospitals are also just moments away. It offers five star quality. Our suites are there to represent a home away from home. Moreover, with a high caliber, friendly staff has confidence.
The Caravan Hotel is conveniently located within the city of Amman, just minutes walk from public transport and the bus network, and just fifteen minutes from the Roman Theatre in the heart city. The rooms are characterized by a large interior space with proper equipment.
The Regency Palace Hotel is located in Amman, just 50 meters from the shopping and business centre of Amman, and just two km from the Royal Culture Centre. The Regency Palace features a gym and a spa tub. There is a library on site, and high speed internet available in public areas. The hotel also has its own nightclub and parking. Breakfast is offered each morning. The restaurant serves Middle Eastern dishes and offers live music.
A charming hotel, typical of the 9th century Nabatean people. The location in relation to the entrance of Petra is better than the Taibet Zaman, just 2 kilometres from the entrance. It's a lower category hotel, but certainly has an equal dedication from the staff and wonderful surroundings. We were thankful for the indoor heated pool after a visit to Petra. It also has a Jacuzzi, sauna and outdoor sundeck. The gardens, fountains and terraces deserve all the attention of the traveller. The spacious rooms are cottages, with large comfortable beds. Quite an experience to admire the ruins of the old village. Different coffee shops at night are ideal for hanging out and chatting while smoking a good Nargile.
In the university area you'll find these well-equipped, reasonably-priced apartments. The staff is very friendly and one of the people who works there speaks Spanish. They have an airport shuttle. It is well located near the City Mall, and gardens Hussein, with the new Mosque. Recommended for those who go it alone and do not want the hustle and bustle of Amman.
newly built hotel in the center of Aqaba, it's a luxury for travelers on budget. Free internet in the rooms and wifi in the hotel lobby. The drinks at the bar are a bit expensive, but that was expected.