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This listing is for a private room, with inside bathroom, located in the heart of downtown,
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The Perfect Experience, Welcome to The Boutique Hotel Amman. Located in the heart of downtown Amman.
We offer the perfect combination while being located within walking distance from the Roman Amphitheater,
Citadel,all the restaurants cafes and bars in Rainbow street also you can find antique and local produce markets. You will experience the warmth and hospitality of staying in an original house that has been fully renovated in 2012. Accommodation in downtown Amman could not get any better with our newly renovated rooms with spring mattresses clean white linen same as 5 stars standards.
this is a small hotel in the downtown, no smoking allowed at the premises , and no curfew you can do what you as long it does not disturb other guest, the hot water is 24 hours with free wifi , also , the room service comes at noon each day nd can make up your room
Great central location, helpful manager, clean and quiet room - we had one on the back facing the parking lot. Well-priced. Stayed 3 nights. Really enjoyed tea on the terrace in the evening. Overall, a great experience. Recommended.
My friend and I stayed at Ibrahim's hotel for a night and booked the room shortly before we checked in. Ibrahim responded to our request fairly quickly.
The room was very small and basic but appeared clean. The washroom was also small but clean. The bed was fine and there was a small balcony as well.
The part that we found to be the most annoying though occurred during check-in. When we got to the hotel Ibrahim refused to let us stay in the same room together because we were a female and a male not married to each other. He claimed that an Arab man cannot stay in the same room with a female who is not his wife, according to some Jordanian law. My friend is a male of Arabic descent but born and raised and lived his whole life in North America and was now all of a sudden a subject to some crazy law because of his ethnic background, supposedly. We argued with Ibrahim for long time until he finally agreed to let us stay in the same room once we said that we were leaving. He also initially claimed that the booking was made for one person but of course I had the airbnb request which indicated the request was for two people.
We were flat out discriminated against and it was very unpleasant and not appreciated at all. I have never experienced such a thing at any hotel or accommodation I have ever been to. I'm not sure why he was so adamant and made such a scene. We stayed at two other hotels in Jordan and an airbnb apartment and no one else even mentioned anything about being a problem that the two of us are sleeping in the same room.
Dear Ana beginning of the booking without exaggeration for the best hotel room - As for the rooms they are not too small in terms of area, but are natural space to a room for two people as well as the Balcony not too small, as well as not too wide to be fair-- As for the subject of allowing non-Arab with Arab man, even if was carrying any nationality non-Arab is within the law are not allowed to hire one room --- because this is the law in our country-- But you you said you been customer two hotels others did not ask you this one respected but this return to them - as well as when I asked your friend to give me his passport to place on record for the passport was hesitant and asked Why do you want my passport with the knowledge that he was normal practice to give the customer passport traveling to register his information-- Although it did not discuss it at length, but I made it clear to you what is custom and law in our country - and ended debate her time by nearly perhaps three minutes, it is not an issue controversial in case clarification --aly of Commons have you distinct and disagreeable customers and welcome complement always - all thanks and appreciation also Thank you very much for your nice comment And which respected
Room was a little smaller than the picture had me believe but it was clean, air conditioned, and comfortable. Very pleased with my stay here.
Ibrahim was very friendly and helpful with planning my day in Amman. He was also very accommodating - allowed us to leave our bags with him while we saw the sites, and even invited us to shower before departing Amman.
Location was central and close to attractions like the Citadel and Rainbow Street. Local eats are within walking distance.
Would definitely stay here again if I visit Amman again.
I booked through Ala, another airbnb user and his response time was very quick. I asked for a bed for two, he confirmed, however what i got was two beds pushed into one. Very uncomfortable and misleading especially after it being a direct request. Ibrahim was at the hotel. He was very helpful and kind but nothing he could do about the bed. Small place, and i had a tight and cramped room. Central location, basic but tasty local breakfast.
The hotel is very central. We could walk to the amphitheater and to the citadel. There are lots of restaurants and souvenir places around. While we were there on Jan we were unfortunate enough to get caught in a snow storm and everything was closed. But the place where the hotel is got very less snow and lots of places were open to eat. so it was a good place to be. Abraham. at the reception made us good breakfast and found a hotel for us in Aqaba. He also made calls to make sure the buses were running. Once when it was very cold they bought in an extra heater to compensate. Very good and economical place to stay in amman.
Abdullah, the reception counter staff is very helpful and kind. We received a warm greetings when we first arrived and were assisted with our luggages. He briefed us with the wifi password, gate and led us to our room. The room is clean and tidy. The hotel also provided us with maps of the city. Location for the Boutique Hotel is just perfect! For just few minutes walk away to the Roman Amphitheater, and The Citadel which are up the hill. The MUSTs to see when in Amman! The area around the hotel is very busy with lots of souvenir shops and nice restaurants nearby. Safe and easy to roam around. We had dinner at Jafra which is just opposite the hotel! If you are planning to have authentic Arabic food and shisha, you might want to consider this restaurant. Otherwise there are lots of other restaurants too. Taxi to Queen Alia airport was also offered at a reasonable price. Overall, a great B & B experience which you might want to consider!
The neighborhood was safe with a lot of restaurants, cafes, and shops around. The Roman Theater was also a short 20 minute walk away! Ala was very accommodating and flexible with some last minute changes that came up. My friend and I were impressed by everyone's hospitality at the hotel and it was really a pleasant experience overall. Every time we needed help with something, whoever was around would go out of their way (call, look something up, explain) to help :)
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About the Host, Ibrahim
I am the Manager of the boutique hotel in Amman , i live in the hotel , so i take care of my guest about everything i am a Jordanian , and used to work in the hotels all my life until i could manage this private small bed and breakfast for my self