Ratings based on 24 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from limassol, Cyprys
Good location , accessible, close to shoppingPosted Aug 16, 2015
Helpful staff, clean room with reasonable rate, good food and a lovely night club with good atmosphere
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Get a room in the A building!Posted Jun 20, 2015 on Hotels
The Bristol Hotel is more or less as all the reviews indicate; while the hotel and the service in themselves are nice enough, there is a huge problem with noise in the B building, and the free internet is slow and unsteady (fast internet costs about USD 15 per 24/h). However, if you ask for a room in the A building (where the rooms are smaller than in B, but wonderfully quiet the whole night), and you make do with the slow internet, the hotel does have some pluses: the food is ok (including room service); most of the staff are friendly and helpful, even if some of the receptionists are a bit stiff; the gym is ok; and the Ukranian masseuses in the spa really know what they are doing. While it is no more than a three star hotel in my rating, I keep coming back to the Bristol because it offers good enough comfort for a reasonable price, and there are not that many other hotels in this range in Amman.
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
overall goodPosted Apr 14, 2015 on Hotels
Room was clean - room housekeeping is done quite early in the morning. Bathroom needs some scrubbing in the corners since there was mould. A few stains on the floor and walls. Wasn't able to choose non-smoking room on your site, so I thought they would ask me upon arrival, but didn't. Being a bit sensitive to cigarette smell, the mattress reeked of tobacco a bit, which bothered me the first night... Helpful and friendly staff. Disappointing breakfast: flat bread was served cold, za'atar croissants very dry as well as mini muffins, and hummus was tasteless (more lemon and spice needed, and olive oil). I also experienced manicure (fast and efficient girl) and spa (a bit confined, I didn't stay long - I wouldn't recommend it if you're claustrophobic). 4th floor room and I could hear the music from the lounge (8th floor) but it didn't bother me... my noisy neighbours did, they spoke very loud. Loved the location (very peaceful and quiet, and safe). Close to one of my friend's home. Far from the city centre, though, if you're interested in more lively surroundings... Hope my review helps, and if it is forwarded to the hotel management, I'd like them to consider my advice as it is - advice... rather than complaints. Thank you.
for Familiesby Ahmad from Amman
NormalPosted Jan 31, 2015 on Hotels
The hotel was full of candy girls
for Familiesby Ahmad from Jordan
GreatPosted Jan 31, 2015 on Hotels
It's was good ,but the Internet service was so poor . The hotel is clean and they provide a great service . In the night it's noisy and you can see a lot of candy girls using the alevator and walking around all corrode doors
for Business Travelersby Gavin from Dubai
Value for money but not brilliantPosted Dec 13, 2014 on Hotels
Poor staff service, a bit old in lots of parts, wifi very slow, no wired connection as mentioned in details
for Business Travelersby Susan from New York
Service is impeccable.Posted Nov 30, 2014 on Hotels
I have stayed here many times. The service and food is of the highest quality.
by A verified traveler from Dubai, UAE
Good location, but still needs improvementPosted Oct 28, 2014
Pros: the morning breakfast was good...staff was also very friendly
Cons: They are still remodeling, so I'm sure it will get better.
Location: the location to restaurants was good, there were several choices close by from Jordanian, International to Sushi
We stayed in the new tower, which had been remodeled. Although the bed and furniture in the room was good, the bathroom did have issues. The drain the tub would not drain properly, the button to flush the toilet had come undone and maintenance had to come to our room to fix it. We also had problems with the a/c not properly cooling. Internet was charged at 10 Jordanian Dinars for two devices (24 hours)
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 13, 2014 on Hotels
for Business Travelersby Abu Ziad from Lebanon
Posted Jun 18, 2014 on Hotels
Great hotel, however the airconditioning was not working properly.