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The facilities are old especially in the room which i believed needs to be changed. From the carpet, bedding to the and furniture. The only place you can stay is at the room balcony. The food is not so good with the same menu for...More
The reception area looks quite impressive, the rooms are OK, clean and well prepared for the guests. There is a pizza place and some small shops very close to the hotel.
Very early in the morning, you can hear the call for prayers from the...More
I stayed at the Amman Cham Palace during a conference in Amman in September. The lobby looked great, so I imagined that the rest of the hotel was like that. But... it was not the case. It is really outdated and needs a serious makeover....More
In our first visit to Jordan, we were booked into a wonderful hotel that is removed from the busy downtown main roadways that tend to be noisy. This hotel, located in a residential neighborhood, was very attentive to our needs. The rooms were decent in...More
Booked by the travel agency, it is a 4 star hotel so our expectations are quite high. Disappointed about the breakfast, they did not even know how to cook hard boiled eggs, for 3 days in a row...they were overcooked - egg yolks were black,...More
We were picked up at the airport by our tour guide's bus, but I had seen signs of shuttle buses to the centre of town. One of those would probably be your most economical and safe means to get to the hotel
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"Rooms were quiet until 4am the Mulsims start chanting"