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Wadi Rum Night Luxury Camp

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Anfasheh Wadi Rum Protected Area, Wadi Rum, Jordan, Wadi Rum Jordan
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#40 of 350 Speciality lodging in Wadi Rum
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Wadi Rum Night Luxury Camp consist of 32fully equipped luxury tents. Each spacious guest tent is luxurious furnished completed with comfortable king-size beds, Bedouin sofa, mirrors, lamps, and the finest bed linens. All the furniture is hand-made. There is cosy relaxation area outside the tent to watch the stars at night. Electricity is provided in the guest tents in the evenings via solar power.
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Free parking
Free breakfast
Restaurant
Hiking
Horseback riding
Baggage storage
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Breakfast buffet
Shared lounge / TV area
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Mountain View
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Languages Spoken
English, Arabic
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Anna J wrote a review 10 Nov
Budapest, Hungary23 contributions7 helpful votes
We stayed in a bubble which was very well equipped with a great shower, flushing toilet and a large and comfortable King size bed as well as A/C which also gives heat if needed. To lie in bed under the stars is magical and surreal. There are 2 rows of Bubbles and I highly recommend the ones facing the desert as the other row face the row of bubbles in front of them. By facing the desert, you have no people walking by and no lights at all and more privacy. Lights all get turned off at the camp at 21.00 which is great. The lounge area after dinner is super and you can sit by the fires that are made sipping tea and doing shisha if you like and allso go into the Bedoin tent. There is no alcohol served but sneaking it in did not seem to be a problem at all and you may get a wink. There is zero WIFI or reception and you only get at the visitor center where you leave your car. The food was very good and the Chef was lovely. "Luxury" it is not and there are many details which in my mind does not meet "luxury " ie. no wet towels when you return, no snacks/refreshments served at all, the dining area is lit with very bright lights (could have lanterns and candles) and is very basic with cheap tables, plastic placemats, paper napkins. The covers of the bubbles should all be removed as soon as the sun sets at the same time...it took them a long time to remove 10 covers which takes a minute each. None of this bothered us but the word "luxury" can be misleading. We really enjoyed our stay and everyone was very friendly. Would recommend a bubble over a tent that also looked very nice.
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Date of stay: November 2021
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Room Tip: Choose the bubbles facing the desert, bot the bubbles facing the other bubbles
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GGPEACH35 wrote a review Oct 2021
San Francisco, Ca21 contributions5 helpful votes
The good and the bad. Let start with the good… The people are the best part of this camp. All of the workers are so kind and accommodating and make you feel so welcome. They even opened breakfast a bit early for us because we were leaving early. The dinner made the traditional way in the ground was amazing. The bad - when it is billed as luxury you would expect to have hot water, but there is no hot water. The smell in the tent smells like a port-a-potty sitting in the sun…gross. The beds are spring loaded and not so great, but ok for one night. The shower doors were broken so they didn’t close right and COLD water gets all over. So to wrap up… don’t let the name fool you, it is not what you would expect with the name “luxury”.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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RosaNJ wrote a review Sep 2021
Charlotte, North Carolina117 contributions17 helpful votes
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Definitely not a Luxury Place, it is more like an RV so be prepared for extreme cold or extreme heat during the day. The AC units are not good enough to cool down the whole room. It is a tent with a fancy name. Dinner was great but there are no options available around you because you are in the middle of nowhere. Couldn’t see the stars because they keep the lights on all night. Manager doesn’t care about the issues. I booked 2 nights but my room was like a sauna so I left after one night. No internet, drinks or cellphone reception. The desert is beautiful but can’t do anything without paying expensive pricing just to go on a car ride.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Don’t go during summer
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Waterlilymay1 wrote a review Aug 2021
Amman, Jordan25 contributions7 helpful votes
Before anything else, I want to make it clear that most of the staffs really were very nice and did the most that they can, especially the kind genteel in the reception. Unfortunately, the Management itself has to do something to improve the quality of their guests’ stay. First of all, we arrived at the Wadi Rum Village, followed the map, and ended up being lost in the area where the village trash is located and couldn’t find the place so we had to call the place, with the number from Booking.com. Now, the lady on the phone just gave us a number of the driver that we will find somehow somewhere in the village. Not telling us where exactly in the Village, we’ll just have to call him, she said. With no other instructions. So we called this number a couple of times but couldn’t get a hold of him, and we also saw a sign on the street that says “Wadi Rum Night Luxury Camp” with 2 other numbers that we also called but these numbers aren’t working either, so we again called the lady and she said just wait there and we will find him (driver). Wait where exactly tho? Because we were just driving around the village with no direction. She said she’ll call the driver as well from her end but couldn’t answer our question as to WHERE CAN WE WAIT. As we were driving around slowly, being lost as we are, we randomly met this guy in a pickup car who asked us if we are going to “Wadi Rum Night Luxury Camp”. We said yes and the guy guided us to a parking lot, where we were supposed to park our car and wait for the pickup. 1. They gave us no instructions about that arrangement whatsoever. 2. The lady on the phone seems to not know exactly what their guests are supposed to do either as she failed to inform us about that as well. 3. Unable to give us some working numbers to call for directions or tell us where to wait. Second of all, the dinner is included, but we have to pay extra for the drinks - pepsi and water. Ridiculous. You’re getting a free meal, but no drinks included. Not even water :) Last but definitely not the least, we were woken up in the morning by our bubble tent being deflated. At 7 am! We decided to go to breakfast and said we’ll get some rest then afterwards. But 2 hours later, it’s still not inflated and we kept on asking them to please fix this as we cannot even go inside to use the toilet! This is taking into consideration that the checkout time is at 10:30 if you want a transportation to the village, free of charge. It was so stressful to not be able to go inside the tent for 2hours and gather my stuffs, use the toilet, and watching this bubble tent flattened in front of me! Stargazing - very beautiful, but you have to get out of the tent because the plastic/ quality of this bubble tent isn’t clear enough (old and dirty) to be able to see the stars from inside. Which was supposed to be the main concept of this stay - Watching the stars while being comfortable inside. Our chair outside the tent (terrace) is broken, so be careful as it might poke your legs and damage your clothes. 🥲 All in all, we enjoyed the experience. Wadi Rum is very beautiful. Will definitely go again, but will definitely stay somewhere else so to not be stressed on a vacation 😁
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Navarre1 wrote a review Mar 2020
Sydney, Australia25 contributions38 helpful votes
I stayed in a beautiful black and white tent one of many lined beneath the cliffs. The interior was lined with brightly coloured fabric to give a Bedouin feel. A huge ensuite bathroom was available. The food was great and the staff very friendly.
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Date of stay: March 2020
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PRICE RANGE
USD 85 - USD 353 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JordanAl Aqabah GovernorateWadi Rum
NUMBER OF ROOMS
32
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Frequently Asked Questions about Wadi Rum Night Luxury Camp
Which popular attractions are close to Wadi Rum Night Luxury Camp?
Nearby attractions include Wadi Rum Protected Area (3.6 km), Wadi Rum Desert Home (2.7 km), and Jebel Khazali (5.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Wadi Rum Night Luxury Camp?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Wadi Rum Night Luxury Camp?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Wadi Rum Night Luxury Camp?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Wadi Rum Night Luxury Camp?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Arabic.
Are there any historical sites close to Wadi Rum Night Luxury Camp?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Wadi Rum Guide (3.5 km).
Does Wadi Rum Night Luxury Camp have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.