Ramada Hotel & Suites Amman

28 Abdullah Bin Omar St., Amman, Jordan

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  • Not great

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    Spent two days and three nights here, security was good and the lobby waterfall is impressive, it isn't a very large hotel in a residential area and was quiet and pleasant. Unfortunately a bit far from anywhere. As other comments indicated, the rooms are in a bit of disrepair, no hot water, fixtures coming apart in the bathroom, colleagues reported their kettles to be a bit of a hazard, mine simply had the wrong plug on, so couldn't even try that. large LCD TV in the room, but when traveling a hot shower is more welcome than a fancy tv...
    Mildy concerned that during my stay a member of staff used a key to get in while I should have been in the restaurant, noticed I was not and bolted (by the time I got to the door he had ran down the corridor...)
    Food was inclusive, a buffet style meal but unfortunately a poor combination of over cooked and cold. A welcome meal after a long travel to arrive disappointingly consisted of a banana and some stale bread (I suppose it was the thought that counts..). Staff were generally helpful and promised to improve but upon returning for the third night (after a few days away) nothing had changed.
    essentially, good for a bed for the night, not much else. 3 star.

    Unique Quality: Quiet hotel in a residential area

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Forum Posts

Concert Schedule at the Roman Amphitheater in Amman

by vatim

I searched high and low for the concert schedule at the Roman Amphitheater (or the Odeon next door) in Amman but could not find it. I am going to Amman in September and I'd like to find out if there will be any concerts there during that time. If possible I'd like to purchase tickets online before I arrive. Anyone has any idea?

Re: Concert Schedule at the Roman Amphitheater in Amman

by jordan99

Can afford to buy tickets from the Roman gate of the runway

Re: Concert Schedule at the Roman Amphitheater in Amman

by vatim

Thanks for your response, but I am looking for a way to look at the schedule ONLINE to see if there are any concerts at the Roman Amphitheater in early September, and to be able to perhaps book ONLINE. Anyone?

Re: Concert Schedule at the Roman Amphitheater in Amman

by cheerssweetie

Hi I just came back from Jordan last week. While there I noticed signs around the Amman Citadel for the Jordan Festival. Which seem to involve music etc. I am not sure if there are concerts at the Amphithater but there was definately at the Citadel as they had set up a stage etc there.
So try Jordan Festival/ Amman Citadel that may help.
Vicky

Travel Tips for Amman

White Amman

by Djinn76

Even if the city itself is quite old, Amman has only recently started to expend geographically. Tha'ts why most of the buidlings are quite recent.

There is a local rule stating that at least 3 faces of a building have to be covered with the local white stones.
However, most of the time they are almost completely built of stones. Neighbours would complain if they have to face a non-stones-covered face, their own house would lose some of its value!!

That's why Ammans is so white and you could admire some wonderful houses...

Coffee and tea

by PierreZA

Coffee (Turkish coffee) is a strong boiled brew of cardamom flavoured coffee. It is usually served in small cups. You have to inform the waiter how you sweet you like your coffee, as it is prepared with sugar. Let it settle before drinking, and do not drink the thick, muddy ‘sediment’.
Tea (shy) is sweet, often flavoured with mint and usually served in a glass.
There are many coffee shops in Downtown Amman, and as in Turkey, you see waiters delivering tea and coffee to shops.

off amman: umm qaxs and ajlun castle

by call_me_rhia

Umm Qays is another city belonging to the decapolis like Jerash. In Roman times it was knowns as Gadara. It's in the north of Jordan, about 2 hours from Amman, and it's much smaller than Jerash, especially since it has not been so much excavated yet, and more low key, yet i found it more intriguing: the colonnated street is truly special: white and black columns are present, and the original pavement is of black stones. The back theatre is a secial sight to behold and, if it's a clear day, from Umm Qays you can look onto the biblical sea of Galilee.
Ajlun Castle is an interesting Islamic fortress about 20 minutes south of it. It was built in 1184 by Amir 'Izz al-Din Usama: today it's craggy and broken outside, but its interior hasn't lost its old charm: it's a maze of little passages and corridors and dark dungeons. Since it lies on top of a hill on a clear day there are great views over the surrounding countryside

On The Buses

by freya_heaven

We found the bus services to be fine, both to and from Amman,

We used the Bus to get from Jerash to Amman thensouth to Karak, at the beginning of our trip.
Then again at the end to get the bus from Madaba to Amman.

I think the bus station in the photo is Zacara

Jama Janoub Bus Station, Service Cars

by Vabate

Amman - Aqaba

In Amman, go to Jama Janoub Bus Station and use the Service Cars (white cars - the driver and car are licenced) to get to Aqaba for 7JD /$10USD per person for 4 people. The car leaves when it fills up. On Friday May 19, 2006, I used this service, arriving at the station just after 9:00pm, the wait to fill the car was less than 1 hour, and we left Amman at 10:00pm, arriving in Aqaba at about 1:00am (4 hour drive). You can pay for the 4 seats (28JD or $40USD) and leave right away if you like.

A taxi from Downtown Amman (Souk) to Jama Janoub Bus Station is just over 1JD.

Mini buses South to Petra and Aqaba are also available at Jama Janoub Station.

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