- Reviews: 580
disi desert camp (Abu Rami): another desert camp in Wadi rum
We were supposed to spend a night there. Looking at the camp, I guess it is ok.
ok food, decent facilities, reasonable price
- Reviews: 258
The Resthouse: The only accomodation in the city.
There is nothing about here that makes it stand out appart from it being the only accomodation in town. The only other option being sleeping in the desert, either independently (free) or with the bedouin in a camp (super pricey).
Payed 2JD for a mattress on the roof.
They also had tents in the back you could rent, or if you brought your own, a place to pitch yours. Not sure of the price on this though.
- Reviews: 1730
Government Camping: Desert Camping
We stayed in a 2 person ridge tent, supplied by the Government Resthouse. Very cold, but as there is no other accommodation at Wadi Rum, there is not much choice.
Showers & loos are in the Resthouse.
The tents are very cheap to hire (although we did not need to pay for ours!) and its also possible to hire bedding
- Reviews: 47
Hotel Alcaza: Hotel Alcaza
Oldie worldie traditional hotel.
Very traditional & lots of space for us to pack our parachutes in the lobby !
Nice swimming pooll
Everything so handy to the shops & markets.
Our group would split up each day & go on tours toplaces of interest -- that's when we were not jumping !
One had a feeling of safety here & women could walk alone on the street at night.
Cafes everywhere so good selection of food.
Our tour was prepaid so I can't quote prices, it's so long ago.!
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