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3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Dahiet Al-rasheed, Amman, Jordan
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
0%
0
Very Good
20%
2
Average
20%
2
Poor
30%
3
Terrible
30%
3

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 49% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families25
  • Couples0
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Old stuff

by nuppe

I am searching a place in Jordan or Syria with an arcological site combined with a living town, village or camp nearby. Concerning the arceological site very early agriculture or even traces from before that would be of most interest. (And museums with artifacts relevant to this.)

Re: Old stuff

by Dhiban

I suggest you contact the Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities
who will willing oblige and assit you. Jordan is one big archaeological
site and the Jordan Valley has been the bread basket for millenium.

Jordanian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities/Antiquities. ... P.O. Box 88. Amman, Jordan Tel: 962-6-464-4336. FAX: 962-6-461-5848. Email : doa@nic.net.jo ...

Re: Old stuff

by nuppe

Good advice. And information! Thank you. I was to Jericho once; amazing feeling.But I never been to Jordan or Syria.

Travel Tips for Amman

Offical Language

by cheerssweetie

Arabic, though English is in common use.

USEFUL ARABIC PHRASES

Hello or Hi - Marhaba
Yes - Na"am or Aiwa
Please - Minfadlak
No - La
Thankyou - Shukran
Goodbye - Ma salaama
My name is - Ismee
Excuse me - Assif

important Sayings

by Openseas

Most Jordonians liked to be thanked. A simple Shu-Kran does the trick or a big smile gets you along the way. It is also traditional for staff to offer you a cup of coffee or tea whilst you shop. There are also different thank "yous" for different times of the day, but just a Shu-Kran will do.

Amman's souq

by MiguelMV about Shops in the souq

Don't expect to find a souq like in Istanbul or Marrakesh. Apart from being an "open air" souq (with no roofs or buildings holding it), Amman's souq is not really a place for tourists to buy things. It is more a place for locals, with cheap prices, with food shops, barber shops, groceries, butchers', cheap clothing shops etc ... you might find some shops with handicraft or souvenirs for tourists, but just a very very few. But, be sure that prices here are much lower than in any other touristc place in Jordan. As low as 4 or 5 times the price you would be asked for if you buy anything in a shop near a touristic site.

However, it's an interesting place, and spending a while walking around Amman's souq won't be a waste of time.

The souq is located downtown, near the Roman Theatre and King Hussein Mosque. Cheap clothes, food, vegetables, kitchen tools, handicrafts Not much

From the Airport to Amman

by PierreZA

I arranged a pick up by the hotel, which was most probably not the best price (30 JD). For the trip from the hotel to the airport, I paid 25 JD.
According to taxi drivers, a metered trip from Amman to the airport should be between 15 and 20 JD.
Give yourself at least 45 minutes for the trip between Amman and the airport.

great street food, ture Amman experience!!!

by mariocibelli about HASHEM

"Hashem" off an alley opposite to the Cliff Hotel. This qualifies as a historical site around here, they have been open for as long as Amman has been a city... They only serve fool and hommous, but there are several varieties of each. You can sit at tables, get your tea from waiters circulating with trays. Very definitely down market, but just as definitely full of local colour! They are open 24 hours. And you can see from the photo on the left that Jordanian Royalty is not too proud to eat here as well! They seem to be appreciating the filafel balls! Thank you to the Jordan Times for the photo! -from www.jordanjubilee.com They only have:

Felafel
Foul - Egyptian or regular
Hoummus

and lots of onions and mint!! and unlimited bread!

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