Days Inn Hotel Aqaba
No prices 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
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
Photos of Days Inn Hotel Aqaba
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Hotel Aqaba
Travel Blogs from Aqaba
... left our tour group behind so we could make better time as most of them weren't likely to make the the whole trip up and back in the three hours available. As it happened we didn't make the entire length and Valerie (especially) and Christine were struggling to make it back so grabbed a horse drawn cart for part of the ride up while Craig and I walked it... To rub it in, one of the tour group that walked up and back (well as far as the Treasury anyway) was a ...
... pool. Leonie and Nicole are here for scuba diving and see beautiful things; a turtle, morays, lots of lion fish and stone fish. The coral is beautiful too. Kars and Marloes go snorkeling and enjoy themselves as well. Another great thing about Aqaba is that they sell alcohol. Something we haven't seen in the rest of Jordan. The city itself is not that great, so we spend our time relaxing at the pool at the dive center. A great way to end a perfect ...
... walk back is uphill all the way and in 30+ heat there were a few casualties. Our friend Byron checked his Fit-Bit and advised that we had walked 6 kilometers and climbed the equivalent of 57 flights of stairs. When we reached the main gate we were rewarded with an excellent Arabian meal - more lamb with mint yogurt, tabooli, fatouch, fish, chicken and the best hummis I ever ate. The unlimited beer was welcomed too! Every meal we have had in the Arabian portion ...
... you can do many activities include camping under the stars, riding Arab horses, going on a camel ride, rock climbing, sand skiing and jeep rides among the massive rock formations.
The area has been used as a background setting in a number of films most notably "Lawrence of Arabia" which was filmed in 1962.
This area of Jordan is quite isolated and largely inhospitable to settled life. The ...
... buildings, all of stone. It really is beautiful and unique. It is a 2 hour drive there. We had a driver that picked us up at the ship and then a guide met us at the site. He took us in & explained things along the way and then left us on our on to take pictures and walk out. Our driver was waiting to take us to lunch. had a true Jordanian meal. wasn't much different than what we eat Drove back to ship. We are at sea for the next 6 days, arriving in Dubai on Tuesday ...