AddressAmman - Down Town King Faisal St AmmanSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
A welcome change from the shabby hotels typically found at this price range, the Mansour is an old Arabic school that has been converted into attractive budget accommodation. The new management receives glowing remarks from travellers, and its sheltered location away from the main road means that it’s quieter than most downtown hotels. Rooms are extremely basic, though they’re clean and comfortable, and will more than suffice if you’re not too fussy.
Our independent authors have visited Mansour Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Amman.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Airport Transfers
- Bicycle Parking
- Book Exchange
- Ceiling Fan
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency Exchange
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- Washing machine
- Luggage Storage
Description provided by property
Once upon a time there was an old Arabic school; it has been renovated and redecorated to become, the Monsour Property a backpackers paradise in downtown Amman.
Under new management, there is a completely new outlook of understanding and focus that has been missing in Amman; a home away from home for the most important tourist visiting Jordan- the backpacker. This is the place where you can hang your hat, put your feet up and exchange stories with other travelers you will meet while you sip Arabic tea and coffee.
The Mansour Property is on the side lane before the main branch of Arab Bank on King Faisel Street.
The Masour Property is in the best location for those who like to walk and get the feel of a city. Within easy reach of culturally historic sites of the city, Al-Hussein Mosque, and the Amman Citadel; also money exchanges, banks, tourist offices, transportation, the main post office and shops and restaurants whether by foot It is also convenient and accessible by foot to visit the Roman Amphitheatre. On either side of this site there is a small museum, one which shows how the Bedouin Culture lived and another one shows some of the mosaics found in the area. Be Citadel, the highest point of the city, also has a small but well organized archaeological museum. Of course there is the Souk where one can browse thru shops that sell Middle Eastern spices and typical foods, as well as antiques and clothes. Places to eat are many but the most famous is a 5 minute walk from The Mansour: Hashems restaurant for hungry back packers. Welcome to Jordan.
At the Mansour Hostel, our guests have a choice of 14 rooms. Theres a wide range of options: from triples with a private bath to dormitory rooms and 4 beds with sharing bathroom. For those who prefer to sleep outdoors in the fresh air, the roof is also available.
We also have an airport pick-up service for 20 Jordanian Dinar for the car.
To take advantage of this offer, please let us know your flight information, airline, flight number, and time of arrival, and we will be waiting for you at the airport with your name on a sign for identification.
The Mansour Property is on the side lane before the main branch of Arab Bank on King Faisel Street. closed Afra Cafe Shop
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