Manar Hotel

PO Box 20730, Amman, 1118, Jordan
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  • Families0
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  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Diner at Queen Alia airport

by Cairo_East

I've heard the airport diner in Amman has the best Arnold Palmers (a mix of lemonade and iced tea) in this hemisphere. Has anyone tried them and can verify?

Re: Diner at Queen Alia airport

by onfoot

We have a lemonade & mint drink with squashed ice that is very popular in restaurants around Amman. It is available at Blue Fig cafe in the airport.
I'm not sure if this is what you meant by mint & iced tea :)

Travel Tips for Amman

Eating and Drinking

by cheerssweetie

You will find some fantastic cuisine in Jordan. Try the national dish of mansaf - lamb cooked in herbs and yoghurt - and enjoy at leat one mezze style meal.

Alcoholic drinks are served in internation hotels and most restaurants. The odd bottle shop - liquor store can be found. Bars and clubs are mostly located around Downtown Amman.

An awesome guidebook!!

by Djinn76

Second time I visit a country with a "Guide du Routard"!! Unfortunately as you have now guessed this is only in French...

It cost 15E, not so cheap for a book without any pictures but it is definitely worth every cent!! You don't buy a book, you buy the content...

Traditional guidebooks, will mostly present the country at an historical perspective, highlighting the different attractions to do or to see. This is still the case with the Routard but it is as well suggesting hotels, restaurants, pub, explain local customs with plenty of practical details.

Yet this book was a pain for the local people I was working with. Most of the time, when they were trying to explain me something, I could often answer "yeah I know, I read it in my book" ;-)

I'm still puzzled, I don't know how the Routard's team manage to be so much up to the point. The recommended places were always where locals would bring us in.

If you are french-speaking, no excuse, this is an absolute must-have!!

Beautiful handicraft

by TheWanderingCamel about Jordan River Foundation Shop

The Jordan River Foundation shop is a wonderful showcase of traditional handicraft, much of it in a very modern guise, and all of the very highest quality. All the items on sale are made by village women working in a variety of programmes that encourage and empower village women and their families by providing employment and fostering entrpreneurship that benefits vulnerable communities and is an agent for the most positive change. Lovely embroidery and applique work on cushions, tablecloths, bedspreads and a host of smaller items, dolls, mosaics, soaps, baskets -there really is something for everyone here. Anything from just a couple of dollars and up

Queen Alia International Airport

by Blatherwick

Royal Jordanian, the national airline, flies direct between Amman and numerous destinations throughout the Middle East, Europe and the world. The place that you will end up landing at is Queen Alia International Airport.

An Airport Express bus runs between the airport and the upper end of the Abdali bus station. The service runs every half hour between 6 am and 10 pm for 1.5 JD. Three other buses go at midnight, 2 am, and 4 am.

Modern Enclave...

by THLIN about Back Yard

The food here is really OK lah...
The price here is VERY expensive, I had chicken nuggets served with chips, a Pepsi coke and a milk shake totally I paid around JD10(USD 14.5++)
But since it locates in one of the jebel, it provides excellent view of Amman. You can really enjoy the sunset and see the colour change in another jebel nearby.
At first floor, there is an Internet cafe and an ENGLISH book store, it's the only English bookstore I've ever seen in Amman. I didn't notice the price, but I think it should be $$, after all, it is THE ONLY ONE. :-)
Unlike most restaurant here, servers here can speak good English, and most customers here also speak English. I think that's the reason I like this place. Their Milk Shake is very nice...And basing on what Laurent told me, they serve good pizza. Sadly, I was too full to eat a pizza...

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