Petra Panorama Hotel

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

    Reviewed by mrsmac

    View fantastic but food ordinary

    Reviewed Jan 11, 2012
    by (10 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.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Petra Panorama Hotel Wadi Musa

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Wadi Musa

    Visiting Petra

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Sep 03, 2014

    82 photos

    ... what we could spot at the top of the mountain. When no one could see anything he then asked us to turn around. In between a sliver of two mountains we could see the Treasury. The Treasury is considered the most famous of all the Petra carvings. It is believed to be a massive tomb of a King. The height, scale and detail of the carving is nothing short of impressive. The spot of the Treasury is also considered to be the start of the main Petra town site. ...

    Jordan: petra

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Aug 11, 2014

    37 photos

    ... a lot of propaganda promoting how brilliant the Nabataeans were. Bedouin children act as donkey guides and pester you. Can't help thinking that in a normal developed country, you'd install trams and buses, but in Jordan they need employment, so these bedouins live off tourists. Sometimes seems like the only words these kids know are "dinar" (Jordanian currency), dollar, biscuit and chocolate. We had two kids pester us for a "biscuit" while we were eating pita ...


    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 19, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... walk is through a small stretch of desert which had it's fair share of fences protecting each side, but nothing like what I had read. I read on article where the person writing described the area as a place that James Bond would go through with watch towers and land mines. After reading that I was a little nervous, but seeing the real thing put my mind at ease.

    Once across, we went through security, which was WAY easier than Israel. Then the next ...

    Road Trip with New Friends

    A travel blog entry by poon on Apr 17, 2014

    ... from the Crusader era (yup, more scrambling over and under ruins), see even more breathtaking views of Dana Reserve, and see Petra for the first time ever by night under the stars.

    As I look back, I realize that Jordan is an incredibly moving country. In the span of 12 hours, we were moved multiple times as we made our way down south. I can't say many places have done that in such a concentrated way.

    First day at Petra!

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Apr 05, 2014

    8 photos

    ... decided that he’d rather be living in the cave across from the Monastery instead of inside the Monastery, because then he could wake up every morning and have that as his view. Strange logic from a strange man.

    There were four viewpoints from near the Monastery that blew me away. I had no idea that on the other side of Petra was a canyon. It is absolutely massive, and green! It was so unexpected, it was a really nice ...