The kitchen was a bit dirty when I had the chance to look into it but bear in mind that water is scarce in the desert so this may be excused.
We were travelling to the camp by rental car with three kids aged between 10 and 15. They all loved it and rated it as their nicest experience of the many different things we did during our short stay in Jordan and Eilat (Petra, snorkeling with dolphins in Eilat). They loved, we all loved, staying in the desert, having an original dinner with oud music under the stars, the breakfast in the desert, the jeep trip on the next day with a 30 min camel ride on the next day... We had a very nice and kind guide, Mujadeh, during the day who was not only taking us around but also cooked for us at lunch time, let us decide when to leave the places. One thing that I appreciated a lot was that once the price for accommodation and the trip was settled there were no extras in that someone would be trying to sell uns this and that on the way. I had made this experience in other countries where you would not be able to enjoy the trip but end up bargaining all the time. Despite the fact that we were handed over from one person to the other from our arrival at Wadi Rum until our departure the next day, it was all always very organized and we were taken care of. Never would we be standing somewhere not knowing what happens next. Overall a very interesting, very pleasant and holistic experience for the entire family.