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All reviewsrooftop poolno alcoholdinner buffetfamily roomminute walkexcellent locationafter a long dayvisitor centerwadi rumstayed nightsbreakfast was includedwould highly recommend this hotelwelcome drinkancient citycomfortable roomsdead seathe cave bar
In Nabataean Arabic, Petra (the ruins, not the modern-day city) was originally known as Raqmu, and in standard Arabic, Al-Batrӑ. This site lay at the confluence of trade routes, and the Nabataeans had harnessed a vital resource: water.
Petra Moon Hotel sits atop a hill...More
Nice small family owned boutique hotel, not fancy, but clean and functional. Decent breakfast and dinner buffet. Friendly staff. Perfect location to Petra. Highly recommend as base for exploring Petra.
The main draw of this hotel is it's proximity to the entrance to Petra. You are literally around the corner from the visitor center and nothing beats arriving a the Petra Treasury first thing without a crowd.
The hotel is fine - a bit dated,...More
This hotel has everything you would need as a solo traveler: clean, spacious rooms; adequate bathrooms; good dining; and most importantly only steps away from the entrance to Petra Visitor Center and site entrance!
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Per the Tour company Brochure and website, we were to stay 2 nights at Movenpick Hotel in Petra. However, 2 weeks prior to the trip, we received an email from the Tour company informing us that the hotel in Petra will change to Petra Moon...More
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Response from SamirNwa, Owner at Petra Moon HotelResponded 1 week ago
Following your post on Trip Advisor today, we had already been made aware of your views following your stay at the hotel. Your tour operator had passed your comments to us and we had replied, and hope that they passed our reply to...More
Hi Kevin, private transfer will cost you around 120-140 JD, but you really get a good service for this money. Very reliable, excellent English, explaining about the places you see and history- our driver even waited... More
Hi Kevin, private transfer will cost you around 120-140 JD, but you really get a good service for this money. Very reliable, excellent English, explaining about the places you see and history- our driver even waited patiently for four hours in Wadi Rum, while we went for a Jeep Tour. Wish you luck!
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"upper floor rooms facing the entrance to Petra Historic Site"