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Superb ! The location is right near the old city and beautiful Mamilla street with shops and restaurants. Absolutely amazing experience staying at Mamilla!
Mamilla Hotel - The Leading Hotels of The World£320Mamilla Hotel - The Leading Hotels of The World£320
This was the best Jerusalem experience I had and I travel there a lot and stay in the nicest hotels. The food was outstanding and the service was impeccable.
Orient Hotel Jerusalem£193Orient Hotel Jerusalem£193
The American Colony is part of Jerusalem’s history. Its public areas are beautiful, food is lovely and staff are impeccably polite and generally efficient. The rooms (or at least the one I had, 205) impressed less. Quite average, showing its age (last revised in the early 90s would be my guess) and ...
American Colony Hotel The Leading Hotels of the World£197American Colony Hotel The Leading Hotels of the World£197
I had a wonderful experience staying at the Leonardo Plaza. The staff was very friendly and helpful not the least of which was the hotel’s Guest Relations Manager, Ronit Elispur, who arranged for a late check out for me. She then visited with me in the coffee lounge to follow up and make sure I had ...
Leonardo Plaza Hotel Jerusalem£126Leonardo Plaza Hotel Jerusalem£126
First room was a horrible room. No view patio door broke. We paid for Old City view. Second room was better, but not what expected.
The David Citadel Hotel£393The David Citadel Hotel£393
We had a very pleasant two night stay- it wasn’t crowded and therefore much more relaxing than previous stays at this hotel. There’s construction going on around the hotel which made walking to the strip a little cumbersome. We would stay there again.
Herods Dead Sea£211Herods Dead Sea£211
This hotel was in a perfect location. The food was out of this world. A wide variety of food at every meal and constantly being changed up. I was there for five days and will be back for sure. Many things were included that were unexpected. They had both a great outdoor pool, but they also had an ...
Isrotel Dead Sea£159Isrotel Dead Sea£159
I enjoyed the location and the histrionics part of the hotel. The place is clean and beautifully designed. I believe the rate was high for the room gjven to me. Also coffeee Machine was not provided when you are paying that much. Over all positive though.
King David Jerusalem£424King David Jerusalem£424
Visitors to Jordan can choose from a superb selection of five-star hotels, from the capital of Amman to the Dead Sea resort of Sweimeh, from the magical city of Petra to the Red Sea resort of Aqaba. These hotels offer the very best in comfort, amenities, fine dining and luxurious pampering, with spectacular views from your room or balcony and in locations that give you easy access to Jordan’s attractions. Let Expedia’s search filters help you plan your perfect five-star stay in Jordan.
Amman is Jordan’s capital, a vibrant mix of ancient traditions and twenty-first-century modernity, with a wide choice of five-star hotels within easy reach of Queen Alia International Airport. Go bargain hunting in Rainbow Street and Amman’s many other colourful souks and markets, before sampling some distinctively Jordanian fare in its excellent restaurants. Make sure you try Jordan’s national dish, mansaf, a hearty platter of meat, yoghurt and white rice, followed by a dessert of baklava or knafeh, all washed down with a cup of Turkish tea or coffee flavoured with mint or sage.
Sweimeh is the Dead Sea’s most extensive five-star resort region, within easy reach of Amman and boasting a range of top-end hotels. The Dead Sea is one of the world’s geographical wonders, the lowest point on the Earth’s surface, which offers a unique swimming and spa experience framed within spectacular scenery. Sweimeh’s hotels take advantage of the Dead Sea’s natural wonders, with luxuriously appointed spa and wellness centres featuring a range of pools, saunas and treatment rooms. And it’s just a short stroll down to the beaches, to make the most of those famously salty waters and superbly therapeutic muds.
The town of Aqaba on Jordan’s little slice of Red Sea coast is a magnet for snorkelers and scuba divers, with a superb choice of five-star hotels. A short excursion brings you to Petra, a mysterious city of carved rose-red rocks, while the nearby valley of Wadi Rum offers scenic views to satisfy every desert romantic.