Rama Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Amman, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
While staying at Rama Hotel, visitors can check out Nyazi Tours Day Tours (0.1 mi) and TIRAZ Widad Kawar Home for Arab Dress (2.0 mi), some of Amman's top attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a minibar and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Rama Hotel offers guests paid wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and express check-in and check-out. Plus, Rama Hotel offers a pool and a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Amman has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Tsuki, Rumors Lounge, and Areej El Sham Restaurant, which are serving up some great dishes.
Amman is also home to Royal Tank Museum, a popular military museum that is not too far from Rama Hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Amman!
The room was literally (dirty), no heating system functioning, sound isolation was bad so 8 couldn't sleep until late in the night. They didn't change the bed sheets which apperantly used for multiple guests. The location of the hotel is good but I will never try to book in Rama hotel again.
We spend time at Rama hotel Amman in July 2019.Me and my husband. We got a nice normal clean quiet room with a comfortable king bed. There were ready for both: clean towels, shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, WC toilet papers, There was an airconditioning whitch you can do control for temperature.. Also we ate breakfast. And I used sunbathig at pool. The staff was nice and helpful. I m reading all rewiews here and can t understand to those people. The hotel Rama is 3 stars hotel. You can t expect everything as at 5 stars hotel! I did not use any night club I was interested about the city and historical monuments. So we didn t care if someone visited this night club or not. It depend on all people. Also if someone want to visit Amman just for drinking alcohol or something else then ca t be angry to this hotel. I m from EU and we have hight standard for our hotels, but I was happy there.…
I recently stated in rama hotel, I checked-in in very dirty room full of dust, I called the staff at the reception in order to change the room, who was careless and trying to convince me that there are no rooms available,the hotel is dirty old, the bed sheets looks like never being changed for a week, the A.C. with noise and bathroom extremely dirty you cannot even use it, as I stated for one night I could not sleep due to the noise coming from the Bar , simply the hotel made for prostitution. I don't recommend this hotel to anyone.
This is a strange review, we live in Amman and wanted a pool day. As its often cheaper to book a room and use the pool often this is what we decided to do. Booking.com had the rooms here at a very good price and the reviews were good. The room was clean, can't fault that, staff were helpful. Its not a new updated hotel so bear that in mind. HOWEVER, we booked it solely on the basis we wanted to use the pool. The hotel guide book in the room said open until 5.30. We were stopped and told we couldn't use it. We were then told the pool is "only for looking at". Then the manager said we could use it, then maintenance said we couldn't. We decided to refund.
Okay where do I start? First of all the location is very good walking distance to my restaurants, coffee shops, shopping centers,.... the lobby is outdated, so is the restaurant and the rooms, maybe 2/5 stars in modern world standers. The in-room survive make great food, but super expensive (you can get better foot for a fraction of the price within walking distance) day time looked like a normal hotel. BUT at night all that changes upside-down. Apparently the hotel has one of the most famous night clubs in Amman( which later on I’ll discover it’s actually a high end prostitution bar) , the girls filled the lobby, the metal detector were activated and it literally became a prostitution center. I had to find out for my self what kind of night life they had, it was a prostitution center where men come here and spent 1000s of dollars to hand out, drink and dance with prostitudes, and at the end of the night, they check in the hotel and bring them upstairs. if you come with family try to stay in your room after 10pm. 0% children friendly. AND ALL OF THIS IS NOT EVEN THE BAD PART the next morning I woke up of with no power, no phone line, or hot water. I used the emergency escape stares to go to the lobby which by then was flooded with water (a big rainstorm have hit and the hotel had no preparation for it) I gathered my belongings and ordered a taxi so I can go to a place that at least had power. I thought out of curiosity they would maybe Knock off a few bucks, but nothing he charged me the full rate for a horrible 2 nights. PS. Be careful of the hotel’s taxi drivers, don’t let them take you anywhere beside your destinations. They’ll promise to take you to places they would recommend, DONT FALL FOR IT. these are shake down places and the taxi drivers are affiliated with them and get a cut for every passenger they bring.…