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Amman: Crowne Plaza Amman

Amman, Phone: 962.6.5510001

Reviewed by: French Toast from France, review #1187

When: July 2005

Comfortable hotel with good service. Not an especially convenient location. {4 star}

deck of the Italian restaurant in the Crowne Plaza Amman.
, photo by French Toast

Big pool and day spa, hamman, massages, etc. The restaurants were good. Polite and friendly people throughout. The location is not the best since it's in the 6th division of Amman and kind of far away from anything, but it's super safe. Amman is the capital city of Jordan and a busy administrative centre, although modern in amenities.

We went downtown and checked out the citadel and the Roman amphitheatre as well as the souks and shops along the busy streets. You have to take taxis to get anywhere from the hotel so that was disappointing. I love to be able to walk out of my hotel and be in the thick of it all. They were nice in the business center where they have Internet and they let us stay an extra night when we decided at the last minute to stay longer in Amman. We used their car service many times and received excellent service.

Through out my Israel/Jordan trip we read “Who’s who and Where’s Where in the Bible”. It was incredibly helpful for explaining the history, people, and places mentioned in the holy land.

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