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We stayed here for one night after arriving via a late flight. It's really close to the airport and the shuttle works pretty smoothly - useful for convenience if you're looking to hire a car from the airport without going into central Amman as we...More
It’s a very long time since I had a completely free hotel stay. 5 stars, and more, go to Royal Jordanian, who are one of the last airlines in the world to offer a free hotel to anyone with an 8 hour stopover or longer....More
Enforced stay due to a delayed flight. Although a 'business class' booking the room was old and in poor repair with little more than basic amenities. Food was very basic and of limited choice. Extras like drinks in the cafe were a complete rip-off.
Just landed in Amman and every is going perfect, friendly people and amazing service the duty free wasn’t that much but it was ok.
I just got a SIM CARD to share my trip, I’m really surprised with the customer service, the guys from Umniah...More
We checked in after late evening flight and both of our rooms turned out smoking even though we requested nonsmoking room. Reception said they couldn’t change it and accommodate us since there was nobody available to clean the room. After a very tired and short...More
Amman Airport Hotel is a four star hotel, it contains 304 newly renovated rooms. The hotel is located in a distinguished location within the Queen Alia international Airport zone only one mile away from the …Moreairport terminal. The hotel offers 24 hours free Meet & Greet and a free shuttle service from the airport to the hotel and vice verse. The hotel offers wonderful recreational facilities such as GYM, outdoor pool, and garden to make your stay unforgettable. Less
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It looks like you live in Tennessee. We live in Indiana and are US citizens. In February 2018 (last month) we flew into Jordan from Oman. When we arrived at the airport, we got our visas which only took a few minutes and... More
It looks like you live in Tennessee. We live in Indiana and are US citizens. In February 2018 (last month) we flew into Jordan from Oman. When we arrived at the airport, we got our visas which only took a few minutes and changed currency. When we were near the exit of the airport building, a man asked if we needed a taxi. I gave him the name of the hotel and asked him how much. He replied $20 US. I said "no" because I knew the hotel was nearby. We walked outside the building where there were many taxis and were quoted $5 US. When arriving at the hotel the taxi has to go through a check point and after getting out of the taxi, we had to go through security (bags on the x-ray belt) before getting into the lobby of the hotel. We were there for a couple of days doing sight seeing. We left the hotel and returned twice. We did NOT have to have another visa, but do have to do the two points of security each time. If you are only there a short time, the hotel may be okay, and may be standard for Jordan, but it is not a hotel I would recommend because it needs a facelift. Our room needed painting, the furniture needs updating and the bottom sheet would not stay on the bed. Our visa was not a problem and when we left there, we flew back to the US by way of Germany. I hope this is helpful.