Amman International Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Photos of Amman International Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Amman International Hotel
Travel Blogs from Amman
... had our last major excursion, this time to the south! We went to Petra, little Petra, Dana, Aqaba, and Wadi Rum. It was so cool to see a different part of Jordan as well as get a break from the city. It was our last big hurrah before beginning our Independent Research Projects.
In between all of these major events have little things-- going to the movies with friends, exploring downtown, bargaining with taxi drivers who think ...
... this done.
Wrong again, unbeknownst to us foreigners it was the first day of Eid which is the largest holiday in the Islamic calender, lasting for 5 days most shops and services were closed so no washing was being done this day instead the trusty hotel sink came into use.
Once our smalls were done and hanging about the room we headed out to a local market that we had seen on the way in the night before.
Wow, what an experience! Even with ...
After Jarash was the Dead Sea, almost 400m below sea level. It sits low amongst barren, craggy mountain slopes. They are light brown, orange and in places basalt in colour. The sea is a turquoise blue in places but is also quite deep so it is a regular dark blue like the ocean further out. It is not so wide that it stretches to the horizon, one can easily see its Israel/Palestine coast to the west. At the north eastern edge of the Dead Sea are a number of five star ...
... M drives a taxi for a profit of 10JD ($14) per day, has four children and his wife is a teacher in a child care centre (poorly paid). As poor as they are she gave me a small gift! On a tour through the refugee camp we were blown away with how friendly and happy the people were. M informed us that all 60,000 residents know each other like a big family! The children ran from every corner with delight just to be in a photo. We also met his close friend ...
... I was asked for the name of the place, Ezuz, where I was going to stay in Israel. “Ezuz?!?! Is this place, actually, in Israel?” he asked me. “Yes.” I said although I was not so sure about that as I did not look up the place on internet beforehand (I, later on, figured out that Ezuz is, in fact, a tiny village which is consisted of 16 families only, located in the middle of a desert and even some Israelis do not know where it is.). He ...