Darotel

Address: 5 Ibn Jayyeda Street Shmaisani, Amman, 11191, Jordan | 1 star hotel
 
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located on 5 Ibn Jayyeda Street Shmaisani, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Darotel Amman

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Amman

Hunkering down for the storm

A travel blog entry by jenniferbowman on Jan 06, 2015

5 photos

... foot to several feet. My Canadian brain does not yet know how Jordanians' perception of a foot of snow compares with a Canadian foot but perhaps, hopefully, I will find out soon.


I went to the grocery store to get a few last minute groceries for a friend whose leg is in a cast and couldn't get to the store. It was buzzing with unusual life, crowded with people and the shelves more barren ...

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 ...

And The Walls Came Tumbling Down

A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Sep 25, 2014

2 comments, 49 photos

... Geba, Michmash, Gibeah, Ramah, and Jerusalem. Off to our east, the Nahal Kilt formed its humble beginning in a steep gorge that Jonathan had to climb over in order to attack the Philistines when his father was too cowardly to initiate the battle himself. Nearby was a very refreshing cistern that we took advantage of after our lecture.

Jericho was the most important stop. It isn't every day that I get to explore the ruins of a city that ...

Worth the trip but won't be running back

A travel blog entry by allmytravels on Jun 21, 2014

... a dirty track with huge loose rocks everywhere. No life. No scenery. All they literally did was struggle down a seriously steep hill and then struggle back up it. I got the flu in the middle of this trip so I decided to take advantage of some of the free time ( and half decent hotels) and slept for most of the rest of the trip. I didn't mind though as the rest was pretty much all ancient sites and ruins. It is just not my thing so I didn't see ...

Petra to Amman

A travel blog entry by kaybee on Mar 13, 2014

10 photos

... go to a public beach and pay 20 JD (10 JD for locals). They have shower facilities and shops selling all kinds of dead sea salt beauty products. The beach itself is dirty and walking into the water needs caution due to the edgy salt crusts on the ground. The floating itself was quite impressive, as no matter which way you rotate you body it floats with no arm or leg movements required. Nevertheless, to me its heavily overrated and I ...