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To begin with, the rooms are outdated, you feel you were in 80s probably. (And can't be claimed antique too).
The bathrooms, you can literally hear farting and flushing from next room when you were doing your business there. The lights are poorly placed, when...More
Location: is not very central The foodies paradise Madina street and dentral Amman are taxi rides away. There is a McDonalds just opposite the hotel. Taxi drivers had a tough time finding the place.
Rooms: Rooms were the worst. Very dated and old. the beds...More
I spent a week in the Jerusalem Hotel, and it was a mixed picture. On the plus side, it's clean (though a little tired), and many of the staff were friendly and helpful - particularly the female staff who seemed to have an instinctive grasp...More
The Hotel has excellent connections. The dining was pretty good - good breakfast and good lunch too. The rooms were not very clean and the rest-room was a bit dirty.
Hospitality was good and people ever ready to help with anything.
This hotel has good staff, who are quite hospitable. I was quite surprised by the friendliness of everyone here.
The room: The room itself was comfortable but I think the shower curtains in the bathroom need to be changed, they are pretty old.
US$80 - US$107 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#38 Luxury Hotel in Amman
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