Ratings based on 34 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby pissedcustomer from aqaba
Not professional staffPosted Nov 12, 2013
The hotel is average but lacks of professional staff. I found a dead butterfly on my pillow! There was no shattaf in the bathroom. The room they gave me was very bad 414 without even a balacony. They checked me in at 4:30 and I was waiting since 03:00!! They provided only 2 small towels and one set of shampoos even though I told them we are 2 persons and need more!
for Everyoneby Basel from Aman
Nice hotel but marred by disappointing receptionPosted Jun 29, 2013
Pros: Nice pools, green areas are beautiful.
Cons: Be more conscious for families with kids.
Hotel amenities are good. Very disappointing reception staff. I do not think they are child friendly.
for Couplesby Gulab from New York
Great for a restful vacationPosted Jun 11, 2013
The hotel was very well located. The staff were very courteous and helpful. They gave us a very nice room with a fabulous view. Food in the resort was disappointing to say the least. Needs improvement. We had the mezze but it was not up to the mark.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
descending qualityPosted Jun 10, 2013
Location: Tala Bay is far from Aqaba, shuttles can make it acceptable but the beaches are amazing.
Not my first stay in the hotel, and I have to say I am not impressed, the hotel used to be a very decent place to stay, and now things are gone downhill. I stayed in the junior suite and had a lot of complaints, they were all dealt with eventually and pleasantly but in the mean time it took to get the issues resolved, it ruined our stay. We had dirty bedsheets, a clogged bathroom sink and a some not changed toiletries. We arrived at the hotel to find it under maintenance, meaning the kids pool and the infinity pool were closed, and our favourite suite which we ask for by number was also closed. The fact that the kids pool was closed meant that the lap pool and the jacuzzi and bar area where filled with kids, which only made our relaxing weekend terrible. The hotel explained that they are post-high-season and trying to maintain the hotel to its previous standard, which is acceptable to me but not very pleasant. After all our complaints, we were not offered a room change. Upon checkout we were told that maybe it would have been better to have had a different room. Another complaint is that as locals (Jordanians) some of the staff refuse to treat us with the same level of service as they do foreigners.
Recommendedby Melissa from Portland
Great hotel, awful servicePosted May 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
I'm not normally the type to complain about awful service, but this place was an exception. Upon checking in, we were initially told a room wasn't available but would be in an hour. So we waited, then after an hour were told it would be another 30. After that we were told another 15. Long story short, we waited 4 hours. Once we finally got a room, it was lacking some of the basics (water, towels, only had 1 chair on the balcony for a double room, etc.). No problem, we thought, we'll just call the front desk. After another 2 hours of waiting and no fewer than 4 phone calls to the front desk, we still didn't have what we requested, so I ultimately had to go downstairs to ask. I also had to ask 3 times for a broom to clean up broken glass. We also never got some of the things we requested. Not the end of the world, but I don't see the point in paying 5 star prices for a place with service worse than most 2 stars I've stayed in. That said, the hotel itself was very nice, with a comfortable room, 5 great pools and a very relaxing patio area where we unwound at night with a hookah pipe and belly dancing shows.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Great location and hotelPosted May 3, 2013
The hotel, amenities and the staff were outstanding. We were upgraded to a family suite with a great view of the sea and pools. Each member of the staff went out of his/her way to ensure that we had a great stay.
for Familiesby L Patel from London
Radisson Blu Tala Bay - disappointingPosted Apr 6, 2013 on Hotels.com
The Radisson Blu Tala Bay hotel has good facilities, 4 pools and a reasonable beach without a snorkeling reef off the beach. However our 5-night stay was marred by the fact that they allocated us the smallest room possible (without a balcony) and then demanded we pay for an extra bed for my daughter even though the booking clearly stated a three room occupancy. Apparently the information about my daughter's age did not come through to their system even though it is clearly stated on my booking receipt. I was displeased that the manager argued with us even though it was nearly 12.30am in the morning when we checked in. We requested to speak to the hotel manager the following day but he did not bother to contact us. We had to make do with two twin beds shoved together and had to repeatedly ask for extra towels from the housemaid. This "problem" seems to be solely a Radisson Blu one as we continued onwards to other hotels in Jordan who provided the extra bed without extra charge. For this reason, I would not stay in a Radisson Blu hotel again. They seem to be more interested in making money than providing a pleasurable holiday experience for their guests.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
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Good hotel but not catering properly for MuslimsPosted Nov 23, 2012 on Hotels.com
We liked the hotel but unfortunately it is not catering well for the Muslim needs which is sad for a hotel in Jordan. As an example, we did not find the cleaning (taharat) tap beside the toilet closet, also the direction of qibla was noted wrong in our room. Hopefully they will fix these issues, until then it is not recommended for Muslims.
convinientPosted Oct 12, 2012 on Hotels.com
ITS NOT A 5 STAR HOTEL LIKE THEY SAY IT IS, THERE IS NO SPA OR EVEN A GYMNICOLE