Aqaba Hotels

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Aqaba is a town by the red sea. Compare to Eilat across the bay it is much smaller and less hotel choices. However it is continue to develop and major hotel chains are already here, but still I did stay in hotel other side of the border.

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  • Written November 4, 2010

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Belal and Red Sea Hotels: Aqaba

Walk through the lane between Ali Baba's restaurant and Hani Ali's Sweets, turn right and you'll reach a group of small back packer's hotels. The Belal and Red Sea Hotels have double rooms for 15JD night, private shower, TV (Arabic), mini fridge, no breakfast.

Other options in this range: Petra Hotel and Amer's Hotel.

See Aqaba's website for a map and other accomodation options.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Beaches, Budget Travel
  • Written June 21, 2006
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Amer's Hotel,: Aqaba

Double rooms at Amer's Hotel in Aqaba are 10JD per night, no breakfast. Rooms have private shower, TV (Arabic), and mini fridge. Major noise from the city streets. Quad rooms available, sea view rooms are extra. Friendly staff, clean, and towels are provided.

At the corner is a great falafel restaraunt, sandwiches are 0.25JD, with patio tables only.

See Aqaba's website for a map and other accomodation options.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Beaches, Backpacking
  • Written June 20, 2006
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Amer's Hotel in Aqaba


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Nairovk 2: Ok lah...if your budget is thin

The room is pretty clean and the staffs there are friendly also. You have a little satellite TV and a refrigerator, and you don't need to drink or eat food inside of it. There are few shops near the hotel. It cost JD18 for a single room with a huge bed; JD25 for a double room with one huge bed and a single bed also. This price includes tax and breakfast, but I really don't like their breakfast, there is nothing much to eat, maybe I was too picky, but it was really not my taste. At least, the coffee or tea is free refill and they have a lot of jam and Arabic bread which is very very nice.

In some rooms of the hotel, visitors can see the Gulf of Aqaba but not mine. And satellite TV is like a gift from the sky, because there is one Isreali channel, and I watched "Sex and the City." Ha...That's very nice pleasure.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written August 4, 2005

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Jordan Flower Hotel: Jordan Flower Hotel

The hotel is quite good in comparsion with other equivalent hotels that I have stayed. It is close to the minibus station and centrally located.

I paid JD5 for a single room with shared bathroom. Some of the rooms have air-con. They are charged JD10.

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  • Written December 8, 2004
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Nairoukh Hotel 2: Hotel in Aqaba

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First Trip to Jordan
Since our objective for crossing into Jordan via Aqaba was to ultimately reach Petra, we were not all that concerned with spending time in Aqaba (our mistake!). We only needed a place to crash - and to be sure it was clean.

Also, we were two women so safety was a big concern.

We settled on this hotel and were pleasantly surprised at how very nice it was. The room was clean and it even had a nice view of the bay! The hotel staff was super courteous and attentive and the price was more than reasonable, given the location.

In the evening, we were very comfortable to go outside on the main avenue and search out a restaurant for dinner. We were neither hassled nor faced with any strange situations. Everyone was friendly and it was the kind of experience that made me wish I'd been able to spend another day or so in the area - I noticed 4x4 trips to Wadi Rum and these types of activities....sigh.

Next time!

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written February 21, 2004
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Room with a view at the Nairoukh Hotel 2 !


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