We had a very nice stay at this hotel. Good food, big room and the quality of the sleep was awesome. It has really all you need for a simple stay. Although they were doing some works at the reception and the wifi didn’t work properly
A tatty hotel in need of refurbishment in all areas. Our room had a switch with exposed wires by the headboard where you might put your hand when asleep. Bathroom left a lot to be desired. veiw were great, break fast was good bar the fact they had one tatty toaster with only two slots of the for working. Bar sell beer and the barman pretends its draught and 3% alcohol, its not. Its bottle and nil % Beer tasted fine for a non alcohol drink but why lie about it. The saving grace is that the evening buffet was varied and tasty but let down by the same barman who tries to charge multiple times for the food disapointed with this venue
Special shoutout to Maher, who accommodated my family and I and made us feel like queens! Turkish bath and massage services provided by Mohammad Salem were exceptional. There was an expansive dinner buffet for 10 Jordanian dinar tended to by Rashed, who brought us the portable heating device and mint tea. Finally, clean bedrooms with breathtaking views capped a successful visit to one of the world’s most incredible locations. Would recommend to anyone looking for comfortable and nice accommodation in the Wadi Musa/Petra area. P.S For anyone interested, Shishas are available on request!
The room was very pleasant for what we got. Very nice vibes. Heater worked fine and bed was extremely comfortable. The hot water didn't seem to work though. Absolute highlight was the 10JD dinner which was some upside chicken and rice - traditional Jordanian dinner and it was wonderful. Many places charge way too much for food with such small quantities but this really made my trip to Jordan. Staff was also excellent and very friendly. The free breakfast was also great with some really nice omelette. Balcony view was exceptional due to the height of the building on a mountain
First and worth considering is that this hotel is NOT located for quick easy access to the Petra visitor centre, you will need to wait for the shuttles to start (an hour after Petra opens) or taxi there. We had two rooms during our stay. The first had dirty bed linen, lukewarm water and faulty heating. It took some convincing to get moved to another functioning room, and this only happened when we got our travel agent involved. The second room was great, everything worked. Breakfast was excellent. The staff were either really helpful or not at all helpful.
The room I had in December had faulty heating, faulty hot water, faulty tv, none working hair dryer and electric switches and sockets off the wall. The staff did their best to put things right but were hampered by the lack of needed equipment and materials. The staff were as helpful as they could be going out of their way to try and make the stay better than the accomodation and facilities permitted.
Jordan is a fantastic place to go and you must go to Petra if you make the trip. Hotel very clean, good food, was able to get a beer for dinner Your not staying at the Ritz but nice enough and super close to the Petra heritage site Here is where they blew me away I check out. Was at the heritage site and realize I left my iPad in the hotel room I thought zero chance I’ll see it ever again My tour guide from Tour Israel called them up and a half hour later they confirmed they had it. Very honest staff and helpful Kudos !! Pool looked nice but I was staying there during cold time. I would definitely recommend staying here
Stayed for a few nights recently whilst on an organised tour of Jordan.Room spacious,clean,hot shoer,but dated with some amateur repair work,but this did not detract from a lovely stay staff with very helpful staff.Breakfast was buffet style with plenty of choice including fruit,yoghurt,fresh breads,cheese,tea,coffee and juices.Its about 15 minute drive from to the main Petra site,but the views through the restarant window across the valley were fantastic.Would happily stay here again.Good budget hotel.
Dirty rooms, very bad maintenance, non professional service, terrible breakfast, complaints are not solved. Non functional equipment in the bathroom... is visible that nobody has a interest for this situation. Not recommended
We stayed at the Al Anbat as part of an organised tour so we were unable to choose the hotel where we stayed for one night, thus enabling us to spend 2 days in Petra. The hotel is a long way from Petra but the hotel organised a taxi for us to go to the town in the evening and ran a free shuttle bus from the hotel to Petra in the morning. I am glad we only needed to spend one night here. The room was dated, tired and in need of some paint and some care. We had no hot water on arrival but we did have a hot shower the next morning. There was a fabulous view from the terrace down the valley towards Petra & Wadi Musa, a perfect place to watch the sunset... but we didn't as the terrace was dirty, uncared for and certainly not encouraging anyone to spend time there. There was just one broken chair to sit on. Breakfast was adequate, but we had a far better breakfast at a Bedouin camp the day before. I get the feeling that the hotel specialises in accommodating people on trips to Petra who are only staying one night. If some money could be spent in smarting up the hotel, particularly the swimming pool and the adjoining terrace, its could be wonderful. But at the moment, I can't recommend anyone booking an extended stay here.…