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Newest reviews for Salome Hotel

  • Hillary
      Canada
    August 14, 2014

    Quiet area, parking right next to the hotel, safe for a single young white female by herself in the evening as well. Air conditioning was a little finiky at times leading to poorer quality sleep, but overall good.

    Noisy air conditioning unit in room.

    7.5

  • Anonymous
      Qatar
    August 4, 2014

    Just returned from an 8 day adventure in Jordan, the Salome was the ideal base and ticked many boxes. I stayed in room 30 at the front of the hotel with a balcony. It was quiet, clean, tidy and comfortable. The water was hot and plentiful and the AC when required delivered. The wifi signal was good in the room, having a better reception in the communal areas downstairs. The Salome, is clearly a family affair, with Majdi at the helm. It has a very friendly and helpful atmosphere and I felt welcomed and relaxed from the start, which is a big bonus after an active day. Breakfast was more than adequate and most certainly plentiful, setting me up for the day ahead. I was also fortunate to have the services of Tawfeeq Salahat, my driver, guide and friend for the duration. I had initially wanted to hire a car to travel independently, however, Tawfeeq had the benefit of 'local knowledge' and I visited places I hadn't initially considered and am grateful that I did. He also seems to know everyone one in Jordan, which is always helpful, especially at check points. I fully maximised my stay in Jordan, covering the middle and south of the country and fully recommend a stay at the Salome and Tawfeeq ensures you see sights a tourist wouldn't necessarily see. He'll even take your photo, which saves having an album full of 'selfies'!

    9.2

  • Gerald
      United States of America
    July 27, 2014

    During check out I thought my wife grabbed the suitcase and she thought I had it. We drove on about 20 minutes toward Allenby with a tight time schedule. We stopped for a picture and the hotel staff pulled up behind us with the bag. I travel often and have never had Hotel staff that accommodatingEspecially when the error was on my part.

    8.3

  • Lynlee
      United Arab Emirates
    July 15, 2014

    Arriving very late at night, this hotel was a budget option for us. The staff were friendly and accomadating, The hotel is near to the tourist spots and plenty of cafes.

    7.5

  • Anna
      Brazil
    June 29, 2014

    The owners were very helpful and friendly.

    10

  • Huei-wen
      Taiwan
    June 29, 2014

    very friendly and helpful staff. The tours offered by the hotel are fair. Location is good, though a short walk to downtown is needed. Taking a taxi from the bus station takes less than 5 minutes and costs 1 dinar (be reminded to bargain for it). This little town is worth a stay; it is a pity, though, no public transportation to petra or aquaba is offered so that a taxi/bus ride back to anmman is needed if you plan to continue to head south.

    the room with the balcony that was showed to us looked a bit outdated so we chose the one without the balcony. It takes a long while to wait for the bathing water being heated up. Unstable wifi. Breafast is very simple but acceptable. TV didn't work and it took a while to get it fixed. The hotel was nice enough to offer two coke for free though.

    9.2

  • Anonymous
      Qatar
    May 21, 2014

    The room was lovely and very comfortable. Good wifi and friendly staff.

    9.2

  • Anonymous
      Slovakia
    May 14, 2014

    great and very helpful personnel, rich breakfast, good location

    9.6

  • Emma
      United Kingdom
    May 4, 2014

    Everything!

    Nothing!

    9.6

  • Diana
      Netherlands
    April 29, 2014

    The staff were outstanding and the friendliness of the Canadian Manager made a very good impression. The location was good and the parking was no problem. The bed was comfortable and the breakfast was good. A very nice stay!

    10

  • Anonymous
      United Arab Emirates
    April 28, 2014

    Location and wifi

    Toilet didn't flush well

    6.7

  • Michelle
      Qatar
    April 26, 2014

    Warm efficient service. Friendly. Comfortable. Nice decor. Cool to have a balcony. Nice people.

    Nothing. I can't think of anything.

    9.6

  • Clinton
      Ireland
    April 24, 2014

    Simple hotel for a one night stay. Rooms basic but clean. Handy location

    6.7

  • Paul
      United Kingdom
    April 15, 2014

    Staff very helpful. The free WiFi is the best I have had in any hotel. Madaba is a great location for viewing sites easily - as far as Jerash and Aljoun, Mt Nebo and the Dead Sea resort. We could have gone to Arzaq in the east ... but Madaba proved sufficiently interesting for us to spend a day there. Check out the bakers (top of the street - see below - and on the road to the left about halfway up) and butchers (top corner of the street the gold domed mosque). Give a tomato, onion and herbs to the butcher who will mince it with lamb - take it to the baker - who will cook cheese / / spinach - into traditional 'pasties'. Delicious fresh and we had enough for 10 for 7 JD.

    Breakfast was perfectly acceptable if uninspiring ... Very similar to other places we stayed at in Jordan.

    9.6

  • Paola
      Italy
    April 15, 2014

    the staff is very friendly and helpful. 10 minutes walk from the city center.

    8.8

  • Anonymous
      India
    April 9, 2014

    Nice location, compact and clean rooms with comfortable beds. Decent breakfast and facilities.

    Lack of good toiletteries and variety at breakfast.

    7.9

  • Rosa
      Canada
    March 31, 2014

    Salome was a nice hotel. Staff was very friendly upon reception. There was heating in the rooms and good wi fi. Room was clean. Breakfast was good. This is a great budget option.

    all was good.

    7.9

  • Anthony
      United Kingdom
    March 22, 2014

    Staff were extremely helpful at all times and we were made to feel very welcome. We would definitely recommend this hotel and would stay there again.

    10

  • Aideen
      Ireland
    March 7, 2014

    We arrived in Jordan late evening and needed somewhere to stay that was reasonably priced and well received by previous guests. We had not transport or accomdation booked on arriving for the rest of the week. Having Salome hotel as a first point of contact was great because they were able to organise a driver for us, a trip to the dead sea and recommendations for some delicous local food. The value for money was fab as the price for the night was about 30 euro at the time for both myself and my partner and it included a really nice healthy breakfast in preperation for the long day ahead, the staff were helpful, the place was as clean as I would expect a hotel should be, the room was comfortable with a nice big bed. The hotel staff organised our very friendly driver, Tafiq, who had excellent English and was able to show us some beautiful things despite our short tight frame.

    To be honest if I had any complaints i'd be nit picking. And a word of advise, if there's anything you have a problem with, just say it to the friendly staff. There is no point coming writing about something when you get home. If you raise an issue there and then it can probably be easily dealt with.

    10

  • Anonymous
      United Arab Emirates
    February 27, 2014

    Nothing

    The location of the hotel was not in a very nice area. We did not feel safe. The hotel was of poor cleanliness and the facilities were very basic.

    3.8

  • Antonio
      Saudi Arabia
    February 22, 2014

    Great friendly staff and neat place

    9.5

  • Anonymous
      Australia
    February 22, 2014

    Our room was comfortable and clean. The hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of the centre of town, and has parking. The restaurant food is basic but ok. Breakfast was ok, on a par with most of Jordan.

    I think it's probably a bit overpriced compared with other places we stayed in Jordan, but I can't compare with other places in Madaba.

    7.1

  • Anonymous
      Austria
    February 19, 2014

    They gave us a discount of 30% in consequence of our complaint (no hot water in the room).

    No hot water during our stay (one night)!

    6.7

  • John
      United Kingdom
    February 5, 2014

    good position, helpful staff,reasonable price, breakfast ok.wi fi worked ok

    room was cold, heater took long time to warm up,toilet smelt a bit

    8.3

  • Krzysztof
      United Kingdom
    January 26, 2014

    Night staff very friendly, location & breakfast

    nothing at all

    10

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