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Located on a hill overlooking Dibbin Nature Reserve, Olive Branch offers spacious rooms. It has an outdoor pool with sun-lounger terrace. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas. Staff were very helpful and hospitable. The breakfast was fantastic! Rooms basic but clean.
Set within 1.4 mi of Ruins of Jerash and 1.5 mi of Jarash Ruins in Jerash, 1955 Heart of Jerash offers accommodations with free WiFi and seating area. Mohammad was super helpful and kind. He arrange my transportation to and from his property. Give me local tips on where to eat, where to shop. The apartment was very spacious and comfortable. Huge kitchen, with cloth washing machine. Bathroom was modern and spacious. The Terrence was open, sunny, and welcoming. The whole place is SUPER clean. It makes me feel at home
Located in Jerash, 0.6 mi from Jerash, The Blue House "Gerasa" features accommodations with a shared lounge, free private parking, a garden and a terrace. We had a great time! The host was amazing and very helpfull! We went out to have a local Desert and after That we drank tea and had sisha in a Nice place. The hostel was full of art and colours, happy vibes!
Set in Jerash in the Jarash Governorate region, ODIBAT STUDIOES offers accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. – Everything was well except the fact that we thought we had rented one of the rooms with balcony but we really had rented the unic one without balcony. To check that you are really renting a room with balcony you have to click in the "i" icon in each room and review the photos of the room you have chosen.
Set just 1.5 mi from Jarash Ruins, Atoom Hotel offers accommodations in Jerash with access to a garden, a terrace, as well as room service. We stayed in five places during our time in Jordan, and this apartment was by far the best. We were just a couple, but it would easily fit a family or group of friends. The kitchen was well equipped with dishes, the bathroom was clean and everything worked well, the bed was comfortable, the WiFi was strong and we could even sign into Netflix on the TV. There was plenty of cold drinking water and a hot water dispenser for coffee and tea. Omar was friendly and brought us coffee and fresh mint for our tea. He also recommended several amazing restaurants in Jerash. The apartment is well situated for visiting both the Roman ruins in Jerash and the castle in Ajloun if you have a car.
If you're looking for a great place to eat, copy & paste this in your GoogleMaps: مطعم الخيام العالمي Excellent food close to the archaeological site. It's a short walk from the well-preserved ancient Roman Bridge (South Bridge) which worshippers would cross to reach the Temple Of Artemis. The ruins are incredible - take your time to take them in properly, don't rush. Golden Hour light over the sandstone gives the columns a beautiful color. Beyond the ruins, there's not really much to do in Jerash. The ruins can be visited during a day trip from Amman, unless you have a car and want to venture further north or to Ajloun Castle and hike around there, in this case I'd recommend spending a night in Jerash.
The Antique monument is very nice to see, the history is very fascinating. People are pretty kind and helpful, could speak English quite well. When people say you should be careful about prices and try to negotiate the price in advance, it is probably truth mostly at the touristic places. When we asked about price in a restaurant in the downtown, we learnt the locals might get offended sometimes, and the price turns to be cheap in the end. But you better were careful anyway. The traffic is crazy like everywhere in Jordan.
Jerash old gallo-roam town is well preserved and we had a fabulous visit there (without guide). We recommend it. The castle of Ajlun (12th-century Muslim castle) further North is not to be missed. Very beautifully preserved & very nice lights.
If you enjoy history and ancient ruins this place is a must see. In the heart of modern Jerash, the ancient site is vast with a wealth of archeology and ongoing restoration processes. Good information is presented on sign boards covering a heritage spanning thousands of years and different cultural habitation. Entry is included with the Jordan pass (a must have if you will be visiting a few of these sites throughout your time in Jordan) Tip: start early in the day to avoid heat and tourist buses 😀
The Jerash archaeological site is amazingly well preserved. Take your time and visit it all, you won’t find this well preserved Roman architecture anywhere else. The city was also nice, we enjoyed the food and friendliness of the people. We were at all times safe and had no problems driving around.
Most complete Roman city I have seen. Information boards excellent. The chariot racing which is still widely described and reviewed no longer takes place. Avoid the "bazaar" unless you want to buy trash. Make sure you buy a ticket at the rather inconspicuous office at the far end of the bazaar: it would be a long walk back if you get to the entry checkpoint without one!
Staff were very helpful and hospitable. The breakfast was fantastic! Rooms basic but clean.