Ramada Hotel & Suites Amman

28 Abdullah Bin Omar St., Amman, Jordan | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 28 Abdullah Bin Omar St., Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Amman

Random facts

A travel blog entry by desertfish on Jun 25, 2014

6 comments, 6 photos

1. Driving A. No lanes on roads and no crosswalks B. Only Americans wear seat belts C. Twice I have climbed into a small five person car with seven other people D. Have yet to see a police car E. Have yet to see an accident 2. Technology A. Camera screen is black but only when I try to take a picture. B. NSLI-Y phone wouldn't charge C. NSLI-Y phone in Chinese D. Needed a converter ...

The Only Frustration of the Entire Trip

A travel blog entry by nellieva on Apr 12, 2014

13 photos

... that is good, as the brakes on this car are no good." Not exactly the comforting words for which I was looking.

While I was not satisfied with the car and time was ticking away, I still wanted to change cars, as I had concerns about covering as much ground as were going to in such a poor car. I noted that EuropCar had a branch in the Kempinski Hotel (the fact that Amman even has a Kempinski, let alone a Four Seasons and "W" now, ...

The Dead Sea Scrolls

A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jan 06, 2014

6 photos

... stone age, bronze age and iron age, as well as through the Assyrian and Babylonian periods, the Nabateans (who built Petra as their capital), Alexander the Great, and the Roman domination, then the Byzantine (Christian) period which gave way to the Islamic conquest, the fall of the Ottoman (Turkish) empire, and the founding of the modern Jordanian state in 1948. Whew!

Still to come is the full second floor, and the adjacent children's ...

Swimming in the Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Nov 08, 2013

7 photos

... like that before, I think it might be that I had been alone for most of the past week and so it was kind of scary to have to interact with strangers that I probably held subconscious resentment about since childhood. The room was amazing. The pool was the biggest I have ever seen, just like those brochures for resorts in Indonesia or Thailand that Australian tourists are enticed with. It made me want to go to one of those as I know they are more like $100 a night ...

Horse (camel) with no name

A travel blog entry by leighge on Nov 02, 2013

1 comment

... the stop where Moses is said to have seen the promised land, died and was subsquently buried. There was a great view across the Jordan valley into Israel and also to the dead sea, as well as another huge and beautiful mosaic from the Memorial Church of Moses. It was then time to head to our resort hotel where Monty dropped us off and promised to be back at 9am the next day to take us onto our next stop.
The hotel was amazing. Four pools, three restaurants and two ...