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Umm Qais, Main Street, 21110 Umm Qays, Jordan – Show map
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Buffet-Style Restaurant
24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Laundry, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Chapel/Shrine, Family Rooms, Heating
From 2:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
This property only accepts cash payments.
Based on 13 reviews
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You stay because of the archaeological site down the road which must be seen in the afternoon - sunset from the cafe, Don't believe the locals who say the site is closed in the evening - they are all there watching the sunset too The hotel is big and basic - 30 rooms, probably you are the only guest. You get one sheet - take another one from another room - all doors are unlocked. You don't get a towel - find these in a store room on the first floor (pile of clean ones on the floor). No toilet paper - one room in 5 has some (get from another room). Breakfast is bread, jam and tea.
There's only one sign - in the middle of the main street - no sign over the door 15m up the side alley. Hard to complain - it's the only bed in town. The owners have moved out (they took the TV which was there when I visited 2 years ago). The door is unlocked. Word gets out that you've arrived.
The location in Umm Qais is easy to find and given the small size of Umm Qais, it was good to be able to stay in town after a wonderful dinner in the restaurant in the ruins. The floors, walls, and sheets were clean and the space was quite ample. The hotel is owned by a very friendly family and English was spoken.
There was a bit of a plumbing problem (leaks) with the bathroom sink. The noise in the morning (rooster, street noise) was expectable given the small size of the town and the location just off a shopping street. The price seemed a bit high but perhaps this was because there are few alternative places to stay.
Proximity to the archaeological site is the major attraction. Also staff very helpful and courteous.
It is pretty basic but everything functioned and it is relatively cheap.
People were friendly, room was large, and quiet as there were no other guests. Car was safe in front of the hotel.
The hotel has definitely seen better days. Owners obviously too poor to provide adequate hot water for shower. The bathroom was dirty, and has no shower curtain so water goes everywhere. It would have been a disaster if other guests had been there as the bathroom is not up to scratch, and the little warm water there was would be used up pretty quickly, not to mention ponding everywhere.
The owner was super friendly and very helpful. Since the room's kitchen was in the midst of being renovated, he let us use his own kitchen. Very generous. In spite of the worn down facilities, everything was very clean.
Many of the things promised on the website were absent from the room--no cooking facility or TV. Also, as others have noted, this hotel is pretty rundown. However, if you keep in mind that you are in a developing country in an area that gets few tourists, then it is all good.
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