First, you should hold in mind that in the Middle East, I've mostly stayed in houses/apartments, so I don't have a lot of points of comparison in terms of hotels. In comparison to any house, this place was a palace. The room seemed very new, extremely well appointed. The bed was very western, not the common lumpy mattress most people have. The bathroom was extremely nice, with a very warm and pleasant shower. The A/C worked well, though the button needed a bit of mashing. The breakfast buffet was delicious, very Jordanian with hummus, lebne, fuul, fresh veggies and other things that sit very well on my stomach.
There was no view to speak of, but I mostly spent my time at the hotel sleeping. It is close enough to the middle of town that most cab rides are inexpensive, but it's definitely not in the heart of downtown. It's a short walk to some shops if you need anything, but they're mostly cell phone shops in this particular area.
The neighboring room was playing music really loudly at times, and I could hear it, but there are different cultural expectations of noise pollution and sharing in Jordan than in American culture, so I just sort of rolled with it. There is almost no street noise (I was on the 3rd floor).
The price seemed a bit steep when I was booking online, but I think that you definitely get your money's worth in terms of a very new, clean, upscale room.