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Aqaba, Jordan
Reviewed 4 July 2013

i had one night in the cazar hotel and it was very terrible night from the bathroom and the service and the breakfast and location so i dont advice anyone to go there and i just want keep sure if anybody working in the cazar please just make some care on your hotel and your guest bye

3Thank fady123
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 3 May 2013

Actually this not an brand new hotel and we can say older one. But the rooms are airy and still functional. In this city not easy to find similarities at the same price range. If your standarts or expectations are not too high not an bad idea to stay there. And one of the best thing is the people trying...

6Thank michaelspencer297
Oslo, Norway
Reviewed 27 March 2013

The hotel is a bit run down but in its hay day must have been a lavish place to stay. You can still see how magnificent it must have been. Comfortable rooms with a small terrace which many hotels of much better quality dont have. We had sun late in afternoon. Fabulous. Breakfast was local and good. We seemed to...

1Thank ron2mur
Munich, Germany
Reviewed 5 November 2012

The Cazar Hotel is one of those hotels from the 1970s/80s that has lost its former glory. It is all a bit run down, but still functioning fairly well. It is one of those hotels I could not recommend, but one in which I felt at home - maybe some left-over sentiment from my backpacker days! It is ideally located...

2Thank Paul M
Caen, france
Reviewed 16 April 2012

The Alcazar, where to begin. I have stayed there twice once for a honeymon in 1996 and once for an 8 week vacation in 2000. The owners, assuming Gill still has it, are fantastic, the staff are so helpful and caring. Nothing too much trouble. The diving was superb, the loacation, for 40jd a night couldn't be better (remember what...

3Thank iancw65
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Reviewed 18 October 2011

I booked this hotel after reading about it in Lonely Planet, and I then read the reviews on tripadvisor- and desperately tried to change my booking but it was the day before so no prompt replies from the other hotels! And so I thought how bad can just one night there be?! Taxis in Aqaba: My flight from Amman was...

4Thank stardustvoyager
Reviewed 5 July 2011

similar to all Aqaba 2 stars hotels, beds are awful nasty bed sheets very very old and dated. dirty pool and rubbish breakfast. staff are nice but what difference does it make when every thing else is bad. also its not cheap 30 -35 JOD per night. on the other hand its in the middle of city & a walking...

2Thank jovani_10
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 4 May 2011

We stayed in the Alcazar for two nights paying 40JD per night for a double room. The plus points of the hotel are that there is plentiful free shady parking just outside the hotel, it’s in a great location for exploring Aqaba town and the room had very good air con. However, as other reviewers have mentioned the hotel is...

1Thank ClaireLouEngland
Reviewed 1 May 2011

We stayed here for one night as I'd made a mess of dates with the hotel we should have been staying in. It was a pretty hideous place - run down and grubby with fraying carpets, dirty walls, stained bedlinen and a poor breakfast. the window onto our small balcony was covered in greasy handprints and marks where people had...

1Thank Munchkinette
Reviewed 27 April 2011

This must have been one of the first deluxe hotels in Aqaba, but it's long since been overtaken and is now in a state of comfortable old age or advanced decline, depending on your viewpoint. Signs in the lobby hint at what the hotel once offered - a shop, the 'Dolphin Pub' and a cinema, all now closed. There's a...

1Thank Acquiescent

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Additional Information about Alcazar Hotel

Address: Al Nahdha St | PO Box 392, Aqaba 77110, Jordan
Region: Jordan > Al Aqabah Governorate > Aqaba
Price Range: $46 - $177 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Alcazar Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 132
Also Known As:
Alcazar Hotel Aqaba
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“Just do not go to this hotel, i do not really worth the first of the 50 $ you pay the night”
 of 5 bubbles DaniCasanova, 18 Oct 2013 | Read review
“A/C is too loud”
 of 5 bubbles juliannv, 25 Sep 2013 | Read review
“if you want a good night dont go to cazar hotel”
 of 5 bubbles fady123, 4 Jul 2013 | Read review
“For afternoon and later sun ask for rooms 329-331 or the lower or higher level with 29-31 as last digits. You will see the sunset.”
 of 5 bubbles ron2mur, 27 Mar 2013 | Read review
“Take a room high up overlooking the pool - nice view”
 of 5 bubbles T7750RApaulm, 5 Nov 2012 | Read review
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