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This hotel is ideally placed for a visit to Petra. It’s inside the heritage site and therefore the shortest distance when you come out of the park at night (you will be exhausted).
The rooms are clean and a good size. Nice furnishings, reliable Wi-fi...More
The guesthouse is located right outside the Petra gate area, perfect to return to after a day spent exploring the site. The multi-lingual desk staff are welcoming and helpful. The dining room wait staff seem stretched so the service is slow but the breakfast buffet...More
The best amenity of the hotel is that it is near the entrance to Petra Gate. The chalets have paper thin walls with bathrooms that need updating. Waiter service is lackluster at best. The breakfast and dinner buffets consistently have recycled food from the day...More
Right next door to Petra entrance which is wonderful after a long day hiking. I loved the Cave Bar! Rooms well appointed and clean, breakfast buffet very substantial, nice service. No issues - recommended. Reception helped me organise an extra activity (horse riding) at the...More
Petra Guest House is located right at the entrance to Petra—the best location in Wadi Musa. The rooms are sharp and clean, the food is excellent and the service is friendly and efficient. As a group leader, it's perfect—take the group in early in the...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.