Century Park Hotel

Address: Tunis Street, between 4th and 5th Circle, Amman, Jordan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Tunis Street, between 4th and 5th Circle, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Amman

    Oops, i freaked out

    A travel blog entry by nicky7a on Oct 21, 2014

    5 comments, 1 photo

    ... others we were unsure whether we'd be successful in ordering (without the aid of being able to point at food) so we decided to leave it for another night unfortunately, the dinner we had at the hotel restaurant was quite awful and Vivien punctuated this fact by expelling it about an hour later... hopefully when she wakes up she'll feel OK because we have a long trip south to Aqaba today where I'm hoping it will be warm enough to swim in the Red ...

    Amman after my own heart

    A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 02, 2014

    11 photos

    ... we headed for home with the help of google maps and a general idea of the direction we needed to go. You know how Jordan is built on 7 hills well I think we climbed about 14 getting back to our place, of course it may have just been 1 or 2 but the blazing sun and trapped heat of a concrete jungle made it pretty tough going.

    Once back at the hotel we had a couple of hours to chill out and freshen up before our pre tour meeting at 6pm. That though is another story for another ...

    Jerash Roman Ruins

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Nov 07, 2013

    25 photos

    ... hoping it would be. It really completed the experience of seeing the ruins because as I'm sure you've experienced whilst travelling it can be quite hard to develop a connection with what one is seeing. It can be hard to see the life in a set of ruins, no matter how impressive or well documented by archeologists. Having this show put on by a bunch of eager, sword thrusting, charioteering locals just made it all that much more alive and memorable.

    Day Tripping

    A travel blog entry by christine_n_den on Aug 30, 2013

    1 comment, 62 photos

    ... warm water flowing ankle to mid-calf deep, with tall red canyon walls blocking out the sun. Soon the hike started to become more challenging, with small waterfalls and rapids of varying height and questionable support systems in place for climbing over/through the rocks/water. We were all having a great time finding our way through the water and for the most part the challenge was purely fun, not scary. The end of the hike was a ...

    Youm El Khameese- Celebratory Creepers

    A travel blog entry by kewatki2 on Jun 21, 2013

    4 photos

    Here in the big, bad M.E, weekends begin on Thursdays "Youm El Khameese," so by nightfall the city comes alive and many of the drinkers go out. The difference, though, is that there is hardly any alcohol for sale in the city and most Muslims choose not to participate, so it turns the club scene into an almost sub-culture full of interesting spectacles. A local recommended a night club to us called "Flow," that a group of about 10 of us decided to check out. ...