Stayed at Bristol Hotel for three nights, some noise issues with the next room- probably ear plugs would help.Rooms reasonably spacious, neat, tidy and clean. Comfortable beds. Tea making facilities in room, but not replenished the following day (take your own). Alcohol prices are extremely high- 4 half pint lager; £25.50.there is a small supermarket nearby- 4 large cans £10.00.
The Bristol Hotel is centrally located and the normal sights can be accessed from the hotel. The hotel is functional with pleasant staff, and food is average fare. Get down early for meals, as the restuarant is in two halves, the inside dinning room, and the conservatory which can be cooler, and allows smoking.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Five Star Bristol Amman Hotel is one of the most unique boutique hotels in Amman; a unique destination in the most prestigious districts of the Jordanian Capital. The Bristol Amman seeks to redefine the business traveler experience, offering comfort, luxury for national and international travelers, with its outstanding views and rooms, starting from its Executive Suites, Business Suite, Bristol Suite, Junior Suite, Club room, Superior standard room and non smoking floor. Watch your favorite games at the famous Players Sports Bar or try our mouth-watering dishes while enjoying the view of Amman at the 8th floor at the AG's Lounge rooftop. An intoxicating blend of luxury, history and colonial ambiance no other hotel can match. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Bristol Hotel Amman