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Its the only Hotel close to the airport. The communal areas inside the hotel look modern and clean. The pool and area around were closed for winter! It was 28 degrees outside! The rooms are basic and could do with a bit of TLC. Staff...More
I stayed there due to a long transit period.
It was a big mistake to stay here.
That is no way .. not even close to a furnished apartment. 2 stars.
The room is very dirty. The furniture is from the past century.
I arrived into Jordan at midnight a few weeks ago. Picked up my rental car, drove to the hotel (ten minutes away) and had no issues. Ample parking with security, check in was easy, the room was nothing special and was somewhat expensive, but for...More
Amman Airport Hotel - فندق عمان المطار It's a trap!
I had all the problems below, also found more people with the same problem at the airport. I tried to have some kind of assistance after all this trouble but they just said thank you...More
No other choices in staying near the airport so this was good for us having early morning flight
We were never assisted with our heavy luggage and the staff were not helpful
Given that the price we paid we expected a bit more but it...More
Amman Airport Hotel is a four star hotel, it contains 304 newly renovated rooms. The hotel is located in a distinguished location within the Queen Alia international Airport zone only one mile away from the …Moreairport terminal. The hotel offers 24 hours free Meet & Greet and a free shuttle service from the airport to the hotel and vice verse. The hotel offers wonderful recreational facilities such as GYM, outdoor pool, and garden to make your stay unforgettable. Less
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It looks like you live in Tennessee. We live in Indiana and are US citizens. In February 2018 (last month) we flew into Jordan from Oman. When we arrived at the airport, we got our visas which only took a few minutes and... More
It looks like you live in Tennessee. We live in Indiana and are US citizens. In February 2018 (last month) we flew into Jordan from Oman. When we arrived at the airport, we got our visas which only took a few minutes and changed currency. When we were near the exit of the airport building, a man asked if we needed a taxi. I gave him the name of the hotel and asked him how much. He replied $20 US. I said "no" because I knew the hotel was nearby. We walked outside the building where there were many taxis and were quoted $5 US. When arriving at the hotel the taxi has to go through a check point and after getting out of the taxi, we had to go through security (bags on the x-ray belt) before getting into the lobby of the hotel. We were there for a couple of days doing sight seeing. We left the hotel and returned twice. We did NOT have to have another visa, but do have to do the two points of security each time. If you are only there a short time, the hotel may be okay, and may be standard for Jordan, but it is not a hotel I would recommend because it needs a facelift. Our room needed painting, the furniture needs updating and the bottom sheet would not stay on the bed. Our visa was not a problem and when we left there, we flew back to the US by way of Germany. I hope this is helpful.