Satisfaction Very Good
Value Score Poor Value
Good For Solo
This was a beautiful hotel located not far from the University of Jordan. It was either very new or just renovated. It was pleasant and clean.
Every place has it's draw backs as well! There was no conceriage, no tour maps or brochures for the tourist who might be there without a car. They had one map available with the local attractions...in Arabic Only!! When we asked anyone at reception for help, they had no idea how to help us. Part was langauge barrier but most often it was an attitude of 'you're bothering me'. One girl was very helpful and friendly.
We chose this hotel for the Pool...which was under renovation. (this should be noted on the website when this is happening!) The dischoteque advertised: under renovation (and the staff did not know it was part of their hotel!) The place for breakfast buffett: served the same tired food each day. No variety and it was usually cold.
The bar: well it was ok but as a woman, felt out of place. Looked like high-end hookers came there. The sad part about traveling in the Middle Eastern Countries is knowing where to stay because of this problem. You might do better by staying at the Expensive Big Name chains to avoid this situation.
Unique Quality: The one main resturant that had dinner buffett was excellent! The food was superb, presented nicely, and kept hot. This was the best part of the hotel stay! (I believe it was called 'Scorpio' or something like that.)
Directions: Right near the University
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