Amman Cham Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmman Cham Palace
Room we got is fine, quite large but only twin beds on the one floor that is non-smoking. However, no service directory in our room, no city maps available, no lists or brochures of things to do or restaurants etc. when I asked they looked at me blankly and said they didn't have any but we can tell the taxi driver where we want to go. But how do we know where we want to go. Felt trapped!
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