Dirty, broken, (seen better days) and in a not so good area of town! Staff were ok but was an effort in trying to engage their interest. I think they would have rather have slept but it was Ramadan to be fair. On the plus side, the sheets were clean. If you don’t mind roughing it for a cheap night then I suppose it is just about passable.
We arrived, there was no one in the reception, they were all in the lounge chilling. Room smelled bad, sheets were dirty. After we asked them to change it, they did, but the other sheets, while cleaner, were still stained. We decided to sleep in our clothes, with the towel over the sheets. Checking out, the manager was sleeping in a couch in the lounge, we needed to wake him up.
Old hotel with smell of humidity. Not that friendly staff but did their job. No youth element and too much checking points for entry. Not recommend only if needed. Not value for money......... Thank you
Been here twice to work at Amman East power station. Good service good food...free wifi but slow. Good swimming pool. Nearby grocery store available, a fruit stand, pizza parlor in front. Laundry service also available outside.
Arrived to a smoke filled lobby area to check in. Had to wait for room. Asked where I could wait without smoke. They seemed shocked. Finally was told to go up to outside restaurant area, where there was only one man smoking! Room appeared fine but pile drivers doing construction work right outside my room! I was told only dur8ng the day which wasn’t great as I arrived from long overseas flight and wanted to sleep! The construction is still going strong now at 3:02am!!! I called at midnight to ask for another room, no answer at front desk. Called again at 1 am, 2 am. Got answer at 2:15am. Told to wait 5 minutes. Called back in 15 minutes, No no smoking ro9ms available. Asked why they rented out rooms in this area when they know perfectly well about the construction 24 hrs a day! It has gone on since arrival and it’s now Early Sunday morning and continues. They will try to change my room tomorrow afternoon.secind issue, water is not drinkable yet they provide no bottled water in the rooms! You must buy it from the restaurant! I travel all over the world and this is the first time ever have not been given daily bottled water, usually 4 bottles a day, in all hotels where the water is not drinkable! Third major issue, the AC is not available in April!! You can’t open the balcony door with all this noise! So, you remain hot, uncomfortable and sleepless here!…