Rocky Mountain Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRocky Mountain Hotel Wadi Musa
The people were extremely nice, welcoming and helpful. We felt well cared for. The terrace was cosy and had a beautiful view and one can find there tea and coffee at any time of the day. The breakfast and dinner were delicious.
It is obviously a budget hotel with dated furniture and small bathrooms, you have to pay an extra for turning the AC on, etc. It is also quite far from the Petra's visitors center and the restaurants areas (don't let google maps fool you, the location you found there is completely inaccurate).
I was really in doubt about what rating to give this hotel. And the people there deserve nothing less than a very good rating.
All in all we had a pleasant experience and would recommend this hotel to budget conscious travelers looking more for the local feeling and less for fancy comfort.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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... given the problems in Egypt (he said many Westerns used to come on combination Egypt/Jordan/Israel trip), but not as bad as they had been a year earlier, at the height of the tension with Syria and threatened U.S. airstrikes.
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