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Cliff - Hostel

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Prince Mohammed Street, Amman Jordan
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kaz3108 wrote a review Feb 2020
london30 contributions57 helpful votes
Good sized room, comfy bed, lots of blankets, which was good a room was freezing. Average breakfast, not much of a common area. Good location - very central. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Could do with some sprucing up. Was fine as somewhere just to sleep after being out all day. Great value for money.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
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Romca Kopec wrote a review Feb 2020
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Lokalita byla ok, přímo v centru, bar pod domem, proto jsme si taky ubytovani na jednu noc zvolily. Ochotny personal, pan byl velmi mily. Jiz pred nasim pobytem jsme si napsaly o to, aby nam nachystali kazde jednu deku navic, a tak se i stalo - dekujeme. V lednu byla v pokoji snad vetsi zima nez venku. Sla nam para od pusy. Vybaveni stare, jak v lochu. Na prespani ok, kdyz clovek dopredu vi, do ceho jde! O ubytovani na nejake urovni se neda vubec mluvit. O slovu Cistota se v tomto hostelu taktez mluvit neda. Nejsme zadne fajnovky, ale opravdu bych to prirovnala k noclehu v “bourárně” . My vedely do ceho jdeme, tudiz jsme zklamane nebyly.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Aleinad W wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom63 contributions83 helpful votes
In all fairness, the hostel only deserves 3 stars based just on facilities. However, the host was friendly, accommodating and helpful without being over the top. He even agreed to share some personal stories from his youth with us which we have greatly appreciated as we wanted to talk to locals. Location: quite central and within walking distance to a few tourist attractions. It wasn't close to the bus station though from where we had to take a bus to Aqaba. If you need a taxi ALWAYS have small change with you and give the exact amount as we had a situation where the driver started bargaining all over again and would not give us the change. Heating; we had to pay extra to have heating in our room but it was a modest, additional amount. I think it was £4 for the whole night. Some other lady complained that she had a 'rough' night with no heating at all. Shower: You have to tell the host when you are about to take a shower otherwise you will not have hot water. The toilets and showers are shared. Rooms: old furniture, nothing was modern, seemed clean enough though. Breakfast: good variety actually. Fruit, vegetables, cakes, boiled eggs, all sorts. Free wifi. Unmarried couples: we had emailed the hostel to doublecheck, but it was fine for us to share a bedroom as an unmarried couple. If I'm not wrong, I think they checked our nationality first so you might want to check yourselves based on your circumstances. I would not recommend this place to people who only stay in modern, luxury hotels. If you are fine with experiencing new things and are looking for what people call 'authentic experience' you will be fine. When I first saw the place I had very low expectations and thought I would hate it but actually, it turned out great.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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gamo77 wrote a review Feb 2020
Paris, France48 contributions1 helpful vote
c'est pas cher et bien sûr en rapport avec le prix : en hiver pas de chauffage dans les chambres ou les douches communes, c'est froid (12°), mais ça va avec la tonne de couvertures données (et l'accueil est chauffé et a des fauteuils et du thé gratuit fort bienvenu en hiver, pour les accrocs du wifi, qui fonctionne aussi depuis les chambres d'ailleurs). Bien situé, quartier sympa, et on peut aller à pied au théatre et à la citadelle; bon accueil si on fait soit même un petit effort; propre pour le prix. Les excursions reviennent à cher quand on est en famille mais peuvent être pratiques quand on est seul, et si on ne veut pas louer de voiture c'est top pratique (ne manquez pas Jeraz, entre autre). Si possible, allez-y avec le patron (le père), il est très sympa, vraiment un plus, il cherche à ce qu'on soit content, il est très professionnel, parfait.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Gryllz wrote a review Jan 2020
Ostrava, Czech Republic18 contributions13 helpful votes
Accommodation itself it's very clean. the entrance It's sideway, located on the second floor without an elevator. Not suitable for imobile. Very good location very close to the center downtown. On the street Infront of the entrance there is small bakery. You can get towels on demand. Water is warm but u need to ask for it since is not available all the time. There are no heaters in the rooms. We spend there 6 nights in 3 different rooms. We've been there durring the winter time and it was very cold. So two layers od clothes where needed durring the nights. There is no windows sealings nor door sealings. There is nice living room with wifi, for a breakfast or dinner or for a talk to the stranger tourists with gas heater :) You can order car tours which are quite expensive compare to rental car. You can rent the car from the hostel Via George (owner son), like we did or také tour with him. Car rental for us was 25JD per day for Elantra plus deposit 200JD we get back on return. If you cause the accident you päť 400JD extra. Contract is in Arabic and only few words are translated to english. When we've agreed on time with car tenant he was always late at least 30 minutes this cause us some troubles whith preplanned other activities. I don't know about others but please be awarre. Also be carefull for speeding: they have radars and basic fee I've heard was 20JD. There is local restaurant called Hasheem with very good prices open 24/7.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cliff - Hostel
Which popular attractions are close to Cliff - Hostel?
Nearby attractions include The Citadel (0.4 km), Al Balad – Downtown Amman (0.3 km), and Temple of Hercules (0.4 km).
What are some restaurants close to Cliff - Hostel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Habibah Sweets, Hashem, and Sufra Restaurant.
Is Cliff - Hostel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 km away from the centre of Amman.
Are there any historical sites close to Cliff - Hostel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Roman Amphitheater (0.7 km), The Citadel (0.4 km), and Temple of Hercules (0.4 km).