A horrible hotel serving cold food that you pre-order 24 hours earlier. You have to change the cards radically because there is always a problem with the door and you are wasting your time going 2 - 3 times to the reception. The rooms are clean this is a positive side.
Staff was very nice and helpful. Decent hotel, clean rooms. Location was a little out of the way. Paid a little more to stay here than in Amman since it was closer. Buffet was good not great. A little noisy due to being next to the road.
The Jawabreh may be one of the nicer hotels in Zarqa. By US standards, I would give it a 2. But considering the surroundings, it was pretty good. I can't say it was very good (4) but definitely comfortable. The rooms were accommodating and the breakfast buffet was good. The shower was inconsistent from scalding hot to cold. My shower door fell off its tracks. I fixed it myself. Overall, I would stay there again unless I was made aware of a nicer place in Zarqa.
The service was fantastic, however..... On arrival there was a power outage, I had just arrived after a long haul flight and wanted to lay down to rest, no such luck! The power outages continued to occur EVERY day; are they trying to save money on their electricity bill by shutting it off each day and through the night? It was winter and I would wake up through the night, there would be no electricity and then obviously no heat. The rooms were a generous size, they were mostly clean, they need a refresh although they were fine. 24 hours a day smoke will bellow through the room from your neighbours, I noticed this moreso at night. The room had block out blinds (shutter external) which was GREAT, however, there was a door with a large glass panel with no covering at all. The sounds from the busy centre (you are right on a main road) are loud, I utilised ear plugs and a sleep mask and it was tolerable. Suggest renting a car to access the Zarqa and Amman city centres.…