"Spacious room, friendliest staff"
Loads of space. Was initially afraid heating might be a problem, but turned out fine (stayed in December). Loved the large desk but lighting could be brighter. Wifi 3 bars, reasonably fast. Bed comfortable, clean. Loved the large desk. No fridge, no kettle, no hair dryer, no room-safe. Though the lack of these didn't bother me much, if you're here in the hotter months, you might mind not having a fridge.
Water pressure good, hot water comes on fairly quickly in the shower, but not in the hand basin. Toilet flush good. Drainage good. Would have loved to have a clothes line.
Street noise can be a problem if you have a front-facing room and you're a light sleeper. I had a side-facing room and could still hear honking -- the Jordanians honk a lot.
Locality may delight some, not others. Busy area, plenty of shops, mostly fashion goods, gold, and stuff that interest locals. Not a lot of food options, and what there were, were largely serving the same kind of local food. It got boring after a while.
Hotel breakfast was reasonable and filling. Bread, eggs, cheese, some greens, hummus, corn flakes, cake...
The guys manning the hotel were among the friendliest I have ever met in various hotels around the world, with the boss(?) very helpful in arranging transport out of Amman. This is particularly important as the area seems to have no in-bound tour excursion agents. Nor does Amman have any public transport to speak of.
Alex from Singapore