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4 Al Shabsough Street - Downtown, 11110 Amman, Jordan – Show map
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Terrace, Sun Deck
Sauna, Massage, Turkish/Steam Bath, Bicycle Rental, Library, Entertainment Staff
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Vending Machine (snacks), Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Private Check-in/Check-out, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
Spanish, English, Arabic
12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 3 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Khuttar Apartment is located in Swefieh and offers self-catering accommodation. Free Wi-Fi access is available. The property is 4 km from Grand Cinema and City Mall .
Score from 155 reviews Excellent
Located in Downtown Amman, Art Hotel features simply furnished accommodations. Free WiFi is available in all areas. The Roman Amphitheatre is a 10-minute walk away.
Score from 82 reviews Very good
Villa Dia - Guest House is located in Amman. Free WiFi access is available. Each room here will provide you with a TV, air conditioning and a balcony.
Score from 200 reviews Very good
Centrally in downtown Amman only a 10 minute walk from the Roman Amphitheater, the Boutique Hotel offers simply furnished rooms. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas.
Score from 322 reviews Excellent
The staff were very friendly and helpful. Especially Alaa and Jafar. The location was spot on. Most famous attractions and restaurants were walking distance.
The heating wasn't the best; therefore, the room was extremely cold during the night.
Good location, wonderful hotel with warm staff. Look for Jafar, he is the best!
My stay was too short...
After reading good reviews on this hotel I booked with confidence. It has met my expectations in all areas. For solo travelers it is the ideal hotel where you meet other travelers and can share tours with. Good way to save money Room was ok with every things basic but works well especially the AC it was God sent in this very cold freezing nights. I had great time and heaps of fun. Every night at the restaurant we had a song and dance till my heart content. I traveled a lot in my life and I never found a place like this that has it all under one roof, for a small price. Thank you all at the Pasha Hotel. I highly recommend it !
- Location - Friendly staff - Homely atmosphere
- Wifi connectivity in the room
Just in front of the Ruins of Theatre !
I was in Amman for holidays traveling with my sister and a friend. We stay in a triple room in the Amman Pasha, the room was simple and overlooked a very noisy street which seemed to get quiet at night. We were happy, we have sufficient space inside, the air conditioner works well, every day we have a tasty breakfast buffet. The location is good, next to the center and restaurants at walking distances. But what I like the most was the hospitality, everybody offers to help you and share tips. They treat you as you were family, they care about you. Mr. Manwa has great tours adapted to your necessities (ask for Abu Isac to drive). Mr. Jafar very attentive in the reception desc, he tray to make you feel comfortable don't doubt to ask him anything. In the restaurant Mr. Ahmad and Mr. Shadi they always went beyond their duty to help everybody and have a nice chat.
The wifi connection is terrible inside the room.
1. The location is great and many rooms have a great view toward the roman theatre. 2. The person in charge of the breakfast is friendly and helpful. 3. The owner sitting in the small office is friendly. 4. The elder staff wearing a cap is very nice.
1. They try selling tours to you and tell you things like it is hard to get somewhere and you should use hotel taxi. If you show disinterested, one of the drivers was actually upset and almost shouted at you. 2. They are inconsistent in telling you when to pay. This happens again with the staff that promotes tours. They tell guests to pay upon arrival and saying it is a customs. The person at the front desk agreed and asked you to pay. But actually, everyone else all pays at check-out. 3. No one ever cleaned up the room during my stay there. It is fine with me, but it is very different from most people's expectation of a three-star hotel. This is not nevessarily a bad thing, but just bear in mind if you like to see your room cleaned every day. 4. The restaurant is extremely slow in serving food and they often forget to place your orders to the kitchen. It is unorganized. You see staff around but few things are done. They told us they forgot our order when we checked with them after 30 minutes. And, they said the food will be done soon, while we waited for another thirty minutes. Their 5 minute is actually at least 15-30 minutes. 5. They said on the website that you can pay by credit card, but actually that only applies to master. There is additional fees for visa. It might be because of the credit card company but it would be nice to said it clearly on the website to avoid a wrong expectation.
We stayed at the Amman Pasha in early January 2015. The hotel is owned by Raymond Gordon, and I chose it initially because of Raymond’s many helpful interactions on the Trip Advisor forums. After meeting Raymond in person, I can confirm that he’s an exceptionally friendly, welcoming, and interesting guy, and it was pleasure to chat with him as we waited for our ride to the airport. I wish we could have had more time to talk! The Amman Pasha is a fun, quirky hotel that goes out of its way to accommodate tourists. There are solicited messages from guests along the walls in the stairwell, and lots of notices about local activities, such as sightseeing trips and cooking classes. There are apparently rabbits and a tortoise living on the roof, although I didn’t see them (perhaps they move indoors in the winter?); in any case, the roof is a pleasant place to sit and view the impressive Roman Amphitheater across the street. The adjoining restaurant has a good selection of mezze and some local beer and wine. Our room was clean and spacious, with modest furniture and a spectacular view of the Roman Amphitheater. The surrounding neighborhood is very urban, and we loved walking for blocks through the souks. Prices were much better in these souks than at designated tourist locations, and we found some great deals on scarves and baked goods. Finally, the airport transfer offered by the hotel is really convenient—just make a request the night before, and their driver will meet you in the lobby at the specified time. Overall impression: a highly recommended budget option for exploring Amman.
The location next to the center and restaurants, but quiet. Breakfast rich compared to other hotels. The staff was helpfull and nice. We enjoyed the atmosfere, we're supposed to stay there 2 nights but we returned the day before leaving Jordan. They gave us good advise about places to visit.
Some rooms are too small.
Breakfast in adjoining cafe was good n plentiful..
Hotel seemed too be a meeting place for locals, constant car horn blasting from outside...no fun factor, so not suited for younger persons..inside reception tour boss and 'taxi' drivers were far too pushy and always putting you off hiring outside metered taxi by telling 'stories'..Far from transport hubs.Not many places too eat nearby..although near two attractions( which jerash has also and far superior) its better finding place too stay in modern uptown area for same cost and spending half day in downtown. .
managed to book at short notice.I got a good room facing the Citadel Mountain.The lit Citadel wall looks awesome at night less than 100 meters above the hotel.Make me think of the people who lived there thousands of years ago. I was happy with room,bathroom and air conditioner really works well on a cold night. I was happy to use the Sauna offered to guests for free.God send in cold winter Food was great in the restaurant,super good buffet breakfast.The local wine was real tasty. I meet few travelers, shared day trips and divided the cost. Foreign students in Jordan meet and study in the cafe. The staff was most helpful and knowledgeable.they went beyond their duty to help me.
Great staff, clean, good food
Staff was very polite and helpful; they are ready to solve any problem... Friendly atmosphere with professionalism. Time well spent :)
Beer is a little bit too expensive...
The staffs are super friendly and resourceful. The touring services within the hotel are very honest and helpful. They will recommend or guide you even you are not using / paying for their services. The breakfast are similar daily but I didn't get bored for the 4 nights I stayed as the food are nice and tasty. Many Amman attractions are within walking distance from the hotel. They have rabbits too, how cool is that!
helpful and very nice staff. they danced dabke for us. very central locations, just in front of roman theater. Very Cosmopolitan flare! Love the stairs with all the paintings.
We stayed there two different times. Rooms on 4th floor are much better than on the 5th. Sometimes weak wifi
The staff was great, extremelly friendly and helpfull. We had a great time with them dancing in the restaurant.The food was exellent and the location was oposite the Roman Theatre and the local gift shops.The decoration of this hotel is fantastic and it makes it really cozy..
no amenities in the bathroom.
After strong recommendation by friends we booked the Amman Pasha Hotel. From the first moment at airport we realised that we made the right choice. A welcoming smile and assistance at airport. The driver stopped on the way and bought us a coffee. We arrived at hotel for more welcoming and were served a refreshing Arabic tea with mint. The room was big with views of the Citadel Mountain, such a fantastic sight. We found every thing in the room as good as we expected.Everything was functional and spotless, very clean. We had a good, filling, buffet breakfast with a wide range of local dishes. Homus and Falafel were the best and we were served tea,coffee and orange juice . The nutritious breakfast was a good start to the day. The location of hotel in the middle of downtown Amman was convenient to visit surrounding sites and souk. We loved the the Dabke dance performed by the staff at the Tourist Cafe which is attached to the hotel. Thanks to Sarhan the Manger and his great staff they made us feel at home and made this a memorable adventure.
This is not a 5star hotel,but if you want to feel like part from a big family, you must stay here. Everythingh was great. Personal is very warm and they do anythingh to make you feel confortable
The staff is very friendly and welcoming. There is also services to help organise individual or small group tours to wherever you want to go. If you want to get a feel for the place and the culture and mentality, the Amman Pasha Hotel is the place to check in to feel at home. But if you are there for work and want rather comfort, to be left alone and have internet in all corners of the hotel to that you can work even from your room, better go to another place. I really liked the place as I was there for leisure time.
I had to ask for a towel, it was not in the room, but was brought immediately when I called at reception desk. There is hot water 24 hours a day, which is great for a 2 star hotel, but the water was running only from the main faucet, I could not switch it to the shower. Just checking the facility regularly could help improve this as a cleaner may not necessarily notice. But this is a minor issue, the atmosphere of the place by far outweighs this dislike.
The man at their little tourist office is really helpful and wants to arrange the best excursions possible for you. The drivers are friendly and can tell you a lot about their country. Nice fact that the hotel has it's own little cafe next door where there's a pleasant atmosphere. Location is great, opposite to the Roman Theatre, in the heart of Downtown Amman.
Very noisy (noise from the busy street but also from the corridors). The furniture is really old and the wallpaper was coming off the walls. There was a stinky smell in the bathroom.
Extremely helpful and friendly staff, they actually enjoy seeing you happy and content and help you in any way you need without being intrusive . I booked this hotel as a previous solo female traveller had a good experience. I did too. It is a very easy place to be as a solo traveller.
Nothing. This is not a five star hotel, so if you need luxury accommodation it is not for you.
It is excellent for people who wants to travel as a local. Staff is warm and friendly and room has all the basics what needed. I recommend it highly to everyone who likes to travel and feel the local life and is not too needy about this and that. This friendly and cozy place wins ten times fancy hotels.
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