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All reviewsthe cave barchalet roommain buildingafter a long dayperfect locationclosest hotelentry gatefree wificrowne plazabreakfast buffetlong walkcan't beat the locationhotel restaurantan early startstayed here for nightsrooms are cleanancient city
We stayed for 1 night as apart of an organised tour around Jordan and having read the reviews before we arrived we were unsure of what to expect. Having now stayed at the hotel it’s seem there are two types of rooms (new vs old)...More
I nice restaurant, a really cool bar - the cave bar, early morning accommodations for a 6 AM start (breakfast boxes), air condition, comfortable, quiet, pleasant stay. And only steps away from Petra’s gate! Don’t bother looking anywhere else, this is where you should stay...More
The name of this hotel gives the impression that it's less than it is. This is not a B&B/ pension but a 4 star hotel with clean, modern and spacious rooms all within a nicely designed boutique style hotel literally adjacent to Petra National Park's...More
Our guide, Abdullah Nawafleh, arranged for us to eat lunch here and it was fabulous. The lunch buffet had a large variety of hot and cold foods and wonderful selection of desserts. Service was there if needed without being stifling. HIGHLY recommended during a visit...More
Literally Featured location and wonderful view, Located right behind the visitor center, Specifically on Petra's archaeological site gate, when I looked out the window of my room I saw a majestic view; hundreds of visitors lining up To enter the rosy city, and once I...More
I see you are going the other way, but that should work, too. Flying from Jerusalem/Tel Aviv to Eilat and having a driver pick you up to take you to Petra. If you stay at Petra Guesthouse, you won't need a car while you are... More
I see you are going the other way, but that should work, too. Flying from Jerusalem/Tel Aviv to Eilat and having a driver pick you up to take you to Petra. If you stay at Petra Guesthouse, you won't need a car while you are there since it is at the entrance to the Petra site. Look on the map and you'll see that many other hotels will require a taxi ride to get to and from.