Ratings based on 2 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.5 Room cleanliness
2.5 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
2.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
It is a hostel not a hotel. Do ask for much!Posted Oct 20, 2013
Pros: Location and safety -by the way in all Jordan.
Cons: Rooms are overpriced during high season. The building need a lot of maintenance and cleaning. Staff is as described in trip advisor -not friendly-
Location: Red Sea, just cross the street.
If you are going there for scuba diving go there. If you are going to enjoy a hotel pick other place. This one has a perfect location for snorkeling and scuba diving but not for stay in your room at all. seating at the pool is just fine because of the view. The service is good but the staff is not really professional. You will be treated as a friend not as a customer. the relaxed atmosphere is in the air. Not for demanding people.
for Couplesby Molly
The best choice in my (budget) price rangePosted Jan 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
I really enjoyed meeting other travellers at this hotel. The staff leave you alone, which is a good thing if that's what you want. We had dinner there one night which was surprisingly well done. Though I recommend buying fresh fruit, vegetables, water, bread, and other lunch items from the city before you get to south beach. The hotel room was nicer/newer than the other hotel in the area that I stayed at before (bedouin garden village); our room had a mini fridge, but no TV. We went in January, and in case you are wondering about the weather, let's just say it wasn't bad per se (I come from a cold climate anyway) but I will probably go back in spring or summer when air temps are a few degrees warmer. All the locals were dressed llike it was Siberia which makes you feel slightly self conscious about walking around/snorkelling in a bathing suit. Brimg some old shorts/ t-shirts to wear over your suit or rent a wet suit. Darna's very convient for walking to the beaches, and it's quieter than staying in the city. They just really need to hire a maid to pick up the trash and tidy the place up a bit, especially the roof and other common areas. Also, they didn't come into our room to clean or give us clean sheets/towels which seemed weird. Overall, I'll probably stay here again because it's the cheapest place closest to the beach without staying in a tent.