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Glorious location - directions on the website get you there more easily than I expected. For 40 JD it's a vast room, comfortable king size bed and functional plumbing. Assiduously helpful staff, cleanliness as good as you get in Jordan (let's face it, when the...More
My girlfriend and I stayed there in March for 1 night. We first went the Hadrian Gate Hotel in Jerash but that was the same price (about 40JD for a double room) and also way to expensive 'cold' atmosphere.
So we drove the the Olive...More
We first stopped at the Hadrian Gate Hotel literally opposite the ruins. The rooms (they have only 4) had just been redone and were really quite expensive considering there was no ambience, nothing close to do etc. So instead of parting with $150 for 2...More
For some reason, there's no other hotel in Jerash. This place is really difficult to find. If you don't have GPS, forget it.
The toilet is quite smelly - something wrong with their sanitation I think.
Breakfast was lavish. Dinner was bad - remember to...More
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Response from TheOliveBranch_12, Manager at The Olive Branch HotelResponded 11 January 2012
Thank you for your contribution. The management of The Olive Branch welcomes all comments as they help us improve our services. Our location is unique in that it offers fantastic views away from the noise of the city. We realize that our visitors need direction...More
Stayed here one night in November 2011 and arrived late. Its very difficult to find if your following a sat nav with very little brain (or indeed have no idea where you are going in the pitch black). The night porter provided a meal for...More
It is not very convenient walking to the ruins from the hotel. Even though it stands in a very beautiful quiet location with breath taking scenery, it is quite far from everything. It takes 10-15 minutes by (cheap) taxi to... More
It is not very convenient walking to the ruins from the hotel. Even though it stands in a very beautiful quiet location with breath taking scenery, it is quite far from everything. It takes 10-15 minutes by (cheap) taxi to the ruins. It could take around 1 hour jogging/ walking if you fancy a hike. However, the road is full of hills. It would be a nice run in the morning going down the hill, but would not recommend coming up - also depending on the weather
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"As for a room with a separate shower/bath ie, not in the room you are sleeping in."