Canary Hotel

Al Karmaly St, Amman, 11191, Jordan
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13%
4
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37%
11
Average
27%
8
Poor
3%
1
Terrible
17%
5

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  • Families100
  • Couples63
  • Solo66
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Long term cheap accommodation desperately needed

by elisheva70

Hi,

I am writing on behalf of a female friend of mine whose hotel accommodation has been suddenly closed down and she has to find somewhere else to live urgently.

Could anyone living in Amman please give details of long term, cheap accommodation that is suitable for a 50 year old single American lady, preferably centrally located.She will be in Amman for at least another 6 months and so is not looking for a regular hotel rate.

Thank you.

RE: Long term cheap accommodation desperately needed

by mnkhayyat

Dear Sir/Madam,
Please send me your e-mail address to send you my relative phone number. He has good small apartments to rent in the best place in Amman (Abdoun).

Best regards,

RE: Long term cheap accommodation desperately needed

by w2go

i suggest you check with Canary hotel for more info and details http://w2go.com/hotels.php?HotelID=79

RE: Long term cheap accommodation desperately needed

by MrChameleon

Also, if your friend goes to Books@Cafe, located around the first circle, there is a bulletin board at the bottom of the staircase that often has good postings for places to stay. I'm sure there are others as well - probably in the French Cultural Center (located in Jabal Webdeh) and the British Council (also near the first circle).

RE: Long term cheap accommodation desperately needed

by lisareyes

Hi,

I am also looking for cheap accommodations in Amman. I was wondering if you had any luck? If so, any leads will be greatly appreciated.

My husband and I only need a flat for one month, mid dec-mid jan.



Thanks, Lisa

RE: RE: Long term cheap accommodation desperately needed

by dutchreporter

Hi,
I am a Dutch journalist looking for long term cheap accommodation in Amman, Abdoun, Gardens or Jabbal Amman.

Can somebody help me?

Thank you!

Travel Tips for Amman

Public Holidays.

by Openseas

Jan 30 King Adbullah II's Birthday.
Mar 16 Islamic New Year.
May 1 Labour Day.
May 25 Independence Day.
May 25 Eid al-Mawlid al-Nawabi (Birth of the Prophet Muhammad).
Jun 9 King Adbullah II's Accession.
Oct 5 Isra wa al-Miraj (Prophet Muhammad's Night Journey).
Dec 6-8 Eid al-Fitr (End of Ramadan).
Jan 1 Christmas
Feb 13 2003 Eid al-Adha (Feast of the Sacrifice).

Ramadan is the holy month depending on the lunar moon - for dates. Check before leaving your destination.

Friday - is their weekly holiday, so most shops and banks are closed.

Banks are also closed on Thursday afternoon.

Shops are opened 9.30am - 1pm and 3.30pm - 6pm. Some shops are opened till 8pm.

ATM machines can be found at all the five star hotels

Christian Amman

by TheWanderingCamel

It may come as a surprise to some visitors to Amman to see big new churches in the city but in fact about 6% of Jordan's population is Christian. The majority live in Amman, and nearby Madaba, with smaller congregations in Kerak and Salt and the country's Constitution guarantees their right to worship openly and freely.
The majority of Christians belong to the Greek Orthodox Church and there are no less than 6 Greek Orthodox churches in Amman, but there are also Greek and Roman Catholic communities, Syrian Orthodox, Coptic Orthodox and, among the non-Arabs, Armenian Orthodox and Catholics. Land has recently been granted to the Maronite community to build a new church in the city.
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All you need

by PierreZA about Safeway

For all your needs, Safeway should have what you are looking for. It is a huge ‘supermarket’ and is open 24 hours!
You will find everything from tooth paste to fresh fruit, spices, fresh bread, beer etc.

Queen Alia International Airport

by Djinn76

Nothing special about the airport itself. since it is located outside the city, count 20-30 minutes by road to reach the center (depending where you stay).
I don't know how to go from the airport to the city (a friend picked me up) but in the other direction, count between 15 and 25JD (depending how you negotiate) for a yellow taxi.

You will most probably need a visa to enter Jordan but you can buy it directly (and very easily) from the airport for 10JD.
They only accept cash (and Jordan Dinar) but you can change some JD directly at the airport ...

When leaving, there is a "departure tax" as well, I think it was 7 JD

A nice place to relax

by parisiansmile about Books @ Cafe

Books@Cafe, is a bookstore, internet cafe, located in the heart of Amman.

There you can enjoy nice dishes and fresh juice while surfing on the Internet.

It is an international place where jordans and international meet in a nice atmosphere

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Address: Al Karmaly St, Amman, 11191, Jordan