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Thoroughly enjoyed a two-night stay at Petra Guest House. We stayed in room 333, one of the newly refurbished "chalets" which has a shared terrace and a nice view of the main courtyard and fountain. The property is well-maintained and attractive, and of course you...More
We stayed here for 2 nights whilst visiting Petra and nearby sites.... we were very happy with the facilities and location. The staff were very friendly, always smiley and polite. They kindly made me Jordanian coffee with cardamom each morning, which absolutely made my day!...More
garden rooms overlook the basin and mountains to the other side. proximity to entrance of petra is the best. room well equipped and meals were plentiful and tasty. on a tour but the company chose areally good hotel here
The Hotel’s most important feature is its location right at the entrance of the Petra World Heritage side.
Sure, the rooms are overpriced and the (buffet) food is not great but the rooms are clean and large.
All-in-all a good choice when you want to...More
We stayed at this hotel for three nights in the peak season for Petra.
The location of the hotel couldn’t be better, right at the entrance to the Petra sight.
While walking round the Petra archaeological site my wife unfortunately broke her ankle.
I see you are going the other way, but that should work, too. Flying from Jerusalem/Tel Aviv to Eilat and having a driver pick you up to take you to Petra. If you stay at Petra Guesthouse, you won't need a car while you are... More
I see you are going the other way, but that should work, too. Flying from Jerusalem/Tel Aviv to Eilat and having a driver pick you up to take you to Petra. If you stay at Petra Guesthouse, you won't need a car while you are there since it is at the entrance to the Petra site. Look on the map and you'll see that many other hotels will require a taxi ride to get to and from.