Petra Panorama Hotel

Address: Queen Rania Street, Wadi Musa, Jordan | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Queen Rania Street, Wadi Musa, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsPetra Panorama Hotel Wadi Musa

        Reviewed by mrsmac

        View fantastic but food ordinary

        Reviewed Jan 11, 2012
        by (13 reviews) Adelaide , Australia Flag of Australia

        This is a 4 star hotel built down a cliffside opposite the red rocks of Petra. The view is magnificent and the rooms very comfortable. It also has Internet acces by WiFi in the lobby for only $5 for your entire stay. Thoe only drawback is that we have half board. The buffet dinner last night was very ordinary and the breakfast was OK but nothing special.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Petra Panorama Hotel Wadi Musa

        3.00 of 5 stars Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Wadi Musa

        Petra

        A travel blog entry by chrisphil on Aug 15, 2015

        2 comments, 12 photos

        ... saying to us in a tired/dissilussioned voice as we were walking past: "Hello sir, please come to my shop, blablabla and blabla and blablabla"...

        In the site, on one of the main hikes around Petra, we have only crossed path with a dozen people over a 6-hour long hike. It's great for us who like the peace and quiet, but not for the locals who often don't even open their stalls, and must have gone somewhere else to find income.. Less than 1 in 10 of those small ...

        At home with the Bedouins!

        A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jun 06, 2015

        20 photos

        ... activity as the Bedouins prepared for dinner. One of our hosts brought in to the central hearth a rather large log. When I say log it was more like half a tree!! With some tinder and a trusty box of matches he soon had a healthy glow coming from the ensuing fire.

        At about 7:30pm, just as the sun dipped below the horizon, a click and then ‘WOW!’; the whole of the rocks overlooking the camp lit up with a thousand lights (all energy efficient, of ...

        Petra by night then Siq-ing our way home!!

        A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jun 04, 2015

        3 comments, 23 photos

        ... it a penny whistle) and an instrument which was described as of the violin family but with 3 of the strings missing!! About 15 minutes of dis-chord that is associated with the harmonics and root of ALL Arabian music, Mr Violin man decided that what really would be a crowd pleaser would be to enchant us with his limited vocal range. (more sarcasm?) I’m sure our other two Jordanian hosts thought our one stringed violist playing vocalist was on to a winner but to the ...

        Amazing Petra!

        A travel blog entry by annieallison on Apr 14, 2015

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... huge amounts of people traversing the country (the silk route) to trade their wares, in particular Indian spices, silks, ivory, and the spice Frankincense as this was used somehow in association with the Pagan religion which was strong at the time. The Nabateans settled and built Petra, charging people huge taxes to enter in order to 'refuel' their camels and attend to other needs. They became extremely wealthy from this and as such Petra grew to a large ...

        Little Petra and Moses Spring

        A travel blog entry by tishnandrew on Mar 29, 2015

        1 comment, 15 photos

        ... shelter structures still intact. We then visited Moses Spring where Moses struck the rocks and water sprung forth from the ground while during the exodus from Egypt. The Rock and spring are now in a building and it was amazing to find this spring still working thousands of years later. The spring was the actual water source for the Nabatean people in Petra from which they piped the water several kilometres to the ...