Beity Rose Suites Hotel

50 Jaber Bin Hayyan Street, Amman, 11180, Jordan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 50 Jaber Bin Hayyan Street, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Amman


    A travel blog entry by desertfish on Jun 25, 2014

    10 comments, 9 photos

    ... 12:30, then walked home by herself. This seems normal for Jordanians and not just with youth but with all ages. We have received spontaneous guests or have visited other family members with no warning at all. Family's are very close here and though we have been at other peoples houses or they have been here every night, sometimes multiple different groups in one day, I have yet to meet someone's they aren't somehow related to in some ...

    The Only Frustration of the Entire Trip

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Apr 12, 2014

    13 photos

    ... in the hotel's roof-top restaurant.

    I went down to the Front Desk before breakfast and asked if they could call the rental car agency for us, to arrange the car-exchange promised the night before. No one answered the mobile number they provided, and the main rental office was closed. The hotel manager was extremely helpful, and finally reached someone about the car. They said they could have one there in two hours, but we didn't want ...

    Leather, Lingerie and Hookahs

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jan 04, 2014

    7 photos

    ... to crowd into a shop, comparing and choosing what takes their fancy. In the main street market, every third or fourth shop seems to sell beaded Bedouin dresses, and belly dancing costumes. Their home life must be interesting. Surely most of the shop vendors would have gone broke if people weren't buying them.

    Jordan is also a poor country, with no natural resources as we have often been reminded. They are certainly a highly educated and stable, ...


    A travel blog entry by danialw on Dec 24, 2013

    ... 8217;s surprise. She got her passport before I did mine and went away to the busses waiting outside. After a while, my mother and I also went outside to the busses departing for Jericho city. When we took the bus, a brief security check took place midway, where we were swiftly checked and told “Welcome to Palestine”. We then boarded a shared taxi to Ramallah for 80 shekels ($23) and then arrived in Ramallah.

    Till next time,


    Horse (camel) with no name

    A travel blog entry by leighge on Nov 02, 2013

    1 comment

    ... Tasty stuff!
    The next morning Monty picked us up early and we drove north to the city of Jerash which is home to the most amazing collection of Greek and Roman ruins which are still being excavated - only around 20% have been unearthed so far. Hadrian's Arch was the opening act to a huge site that was bursting with things to see. There was a hippodrome to watch chariot races (which you could still watch, as well as gladiator fights), temples to Zeus and Artemis, the ...