x The average starting price for a place to stay in Amman is £43 per night.
Downtown, in front of Jafra cafe 7th circleOutstanding 100%
Hashmiyeh Street AmmanGreat 82%
michchick7 A brilliant stay, i highly recommend the budget hotel. The only point for noting is there is a smoking area inside the hall way of the hotel and that can make the place smell of smoke. Saying that my room smelt fresh and clean. Great people, great food!
jcarlosprieto1 Locate in the center of Amman, easy walk to the citadel and roman anfitheatre and very close to markets and all the city centre amenities, big rooms, clean enough, staff didn't speak good english but very eager to help you. good place to stay
Jordan- Amman - Down Town Prince Mohammed st-front off hashem restorantGreat 81%
chris_atki Cliff Hotel is located in the heart of Amman with a fair number of good cafes and restaurants very close by. The Citadel is a short walk away. The hotel staff are extremely helpful and speak excellent English. The rooms are basic but very good value for the money.
Down town cinema on Alhussein St behind Arab BankGreat 80%
sbattelali Friendly staff. They let me prepare my own breakfast when I had to depart very early. Gave me a space heater and extra blankets. Great 24 hour HOT showers. Quiet. Excellent location.
Downtown, Al Hashimi StreetVery Good 78%
icesurfer I spent one week in Amman, and my stay at Burj al Arab was just great. I am quite a seasoned traveler, and I rarely leave feedback online unless I am really impressed by some place I stay in. In this case, I have to say that Burj al Arab was a perfect place for my days in Amman: the hotel is located right in the most vibrant area of downtown Amman, a few minutes away from the Roman Theater and the Nymphaeum. It is therefore in a perfect position to explore what I think is the most authentic atmosphere of the city. My room was basic but clean, with a fridge well equipped with snacks and drinks, powerful (but discreet) A/C, and free WiFi. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful, speaking very good English, constantly providing precious hints about the best places to visit, and the cheapest way to reach them. One day that I woke up too late for breakfast (which is included, by the way!), they invited me to eat some delicious Arab food with them in the lobby. So, summing up, I can definitely recommend Burj al Arab to anyone visiting Amman and looking for a cheap but still very good accommodation. Alberto
King Hussein Street Abdali StationVery Good 77%
garmonist2 For me It was almost perfect. I am not too much fussy about "starness". I just needed a place to sleep, with private bathroom preferably. And I had it in Sun Rise Hotel. The staff is very friendly. In the lobby there is a kind of "Internet-cafe"))). When you leave the entranse and go to the right, in 30-40 m you'll find a very unexpensive diner. I reccommend this diner highly. Sinse the hotel is one-star only, don't expect too much. But! It is THE place for budget travellers. If I ever visit Amman, I will stay in Sun Rise Hotel again.
abeg This was a great hotel. the people were extremely helpful particularly with assistance in getting to Jerusalem and in finding alternative accommodation on our return. The food in the resturant was great. thans to Ahmed for the wonderful service.
mwilse The Mansour hostel is a great base from which to explore Jordan. Louis is so helpful. Any problems just speak to him (great English) and he'll do his best for you. Ali organises very reasonably priced trips all over Jordan and has excellent knowledges especially about Petra. Hotel Mansour is highly recomended by me.
Peter52p Ok for cheap hostel staff very helpful but rooms are very basic. Close to mosque so can be very noisy with chanting, located in middle of downtown Amman close to most things.
15, Al Ma'mun St, Jabal Al Weibdeh0 63%
King Hussein Street Opposite Jerusalem Restaurant0 62%
seflondon Very friendly , central and good value place to stay in Amman. Good breakfast and very helpful staff
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