Recommended Accommodation for Jordan
Below are our recommended places to stay for Jordan. We’d love to add more. If you’ve traveled to Jordan and have a recommended hotel, hostel, B&B or inn that would be great for a solo traveler, please submit it by completing this form. We’ll then add your suggestion to this page. In fact, if you have any places you’ve stayed anywhere in the world that you loved as a solo traveler, please submit them via this form.
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Mujib Nature Reserve Chalets
At the Mujib Nature reserve, your chalet is right on the shores of the Dead Sea. With only about a dozen chalets, it is quiet, beautiful and restful. Enjoy wonderful sunsets over the Dead Sea. Dinner is available at the restaurant onsite.
The Dead Sea
Type: Chalets on nature reserve
Price range: $101 to $150
What’s included: breakfast, beach, conservation fees
A party place: No
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Mövenpick Resort Petra
A beautiful hotel located at the entrance to the amazing city of Petra. It has what you would expect in a resort including pool, wellness center and great food.
Tel: 962 3 215 71 11
Price range: Over $200
Jordan Tower Hotel
This hotel caters to all ages and people from all around the world. It has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere which makes you feel very secure and welcome. The staff are all very attentive but never intrude into your ‘private space’. It’s one of those places where you like to extend you stay and linger longer. They also arrange great ‘shared’ day trips to all the tourist sites which are fantastic and very affordable with trusted and kind drivers – aimed at solo travelers to save you money and instead of being alone going from place to place. You meet great people there too and can continue to other places with them. The breakfast was fantastic and very plentiful with choices making it interestingly different. It’s also right in the centre of town and very close to the Roman Theatre and Citadel. It’s a budget hotel but the overall experience can’t be beaten if you want a base for your visit to this lovely country and if you want to be included as opposed to secluded or excluded. Another plus point is the great street cafe which is part of the hotel and serves very tasty meals and snacks until around 9pm.
Building No 48,
Tel: 962 646 14161
Price range: Less than $50
Included: breakfast, WIFi
Party place: No