Beit Zaman Hotel - Petra30.327277102974, 35.486387014389
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best Luxury Hotels in Jordan
Offering view over Petra World Heritage Site, which is 2.8 km away, Beit Zaman is a luxury hotel featuring a sunbathing terrace and camel riding. Featuring Islamic architecture, the hotel is welcoming guests since 2008.
You can find The Treasury only 2.8 km from the property. Guests can get to Petra city center, which is 4 km away.
Placed near restaurants and cafés, the hotel offers loungers, a swimming pool and a tennis court for on-site relaxation.
Beit Zaman Hotel is located within 245 km from Tabuk airport.
For the guests' enjoyment Beit Zaman Hotel features tasteful rooms equipped with a minibar, satellite TV, pay TV, a safe and a personal computer. Some rooms have the mountain view. Bathrooms come with a shower and a hairdryer.
Eat & Drink
The property offers a 24-hour restaurant serving international cuisine. Guests can try cold drinks in the terrace bar. Petra Magic Restaurant and Bedouin Quick Bite serve a selection of meals within 100 meters from the venue.
There are a car park and a souvenir shop at guests' disposal.
Guests will enjoy using a hot tub and a sauna after a busy day in Petra.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2008. Number of rooms: 102.
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
Outdoor car park
24-hour room service
Bar/ Lounge area
Indoor swimming pool
- 24-hour room service
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Restaurant buffet
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Meeting room
Spa & Leisure
- Indoor swimming pool
- Air conditioning
- Direct dial telephone
- City landmarks
living in a small village as an owner of a small house :)
there should be more activitiesm pools and restaurants. maybe make some events in the gardens.. soft music accompanying the walk through the village.. it will be interesting as i blv.
I found the staff to be friendly and professional and the facility to be very clean and well maintained. The breakfast was well done and we were very happy with the room service for our evening meals.
We liked the architectural aspect of the hotel, which can be attributed as the hotel is restored from a 19th century village in Wadi Musa. The cottages are lovely and the space planning is amazing. The courtyard, walkways and slopes connecting different parts of the hotel are wonderful to experience. Must say that the old village has better aspects of living a peaceful lifestyle.
The hotel operations doesn't stand up to the mark of a five star property, specially with the value for money. There are not enough option with food menu, the interiors of the restaurant are not very lively thus making the whole experience very boring and mundane. The staff welcome is not warm enough to feel at home in the hotel premises. Employee work there because its their job and don't take that extra step to make guests feel comfortable. This is not a complain against the staff, probably they are not taught to be hospitable.
We are very pleased with our 2 night stay at this hotel. This is beautifully done resort in a village style with facilities of a branded resort like indoor heated pool and sauna. Staff was friendly, Rooms were very spacious and breakfast was excellent. Kids really enjoyed the space and facilities. It is about 3-4 Kms away from Petra entrance but since we had a car, we had no problems. in fact it's location allowed lovely views of the valley. In all, definitely recommended as 1st choice in Petra.
Very atmospheric and unique ambiance
Food could be improved
Hotel is very nicely decorated. The exterior design is amazing. The breakfast was very good.
The rooms were very nice but seemed more basic for the price of a 5 star hotel in the region. The hotel is buried with a lot of twists and turns to get to. A few more clear signs leading to it would be helpful specially if arriving at night. But when you see the place its worth it at the end.
Nice view due to remote location. Could be a nice hotel if it was properly managed and maintained, which is not the case.
Exaggerated price (165 jd for one night and dinner) taking into the poor quality of the service (dirty and old bathroom with mold and disgusting smell, old blankets, heating was not working properly, very basic breakfast and dinner...). A hotel to be avoided. A surprise that some big travel agencies still keep offering this hotel.
The layout of the various rooms - made like an old village. Breakfast was good.
The shower leaked so the bathroom floor got very wet. I didn't expect the large number of group tours here, but I guess that is Petra for you!
Beit Zaman is a beautiful and unique place to stay. The facilities are beautiful, and the public areas, including the restaurant, pool, gardens, etc., have gorgeous views. Our room was huge. There is a very nice indoor pool. Free wi-fi in public areas. We loved that the hotel is made up of renovated houses that were part of the town.
It is extremely difficult to find. This is the main drawback with the hotel.Since it sits on the hillside, there are narrow roads that sometimes just end. There was a sign from the main highway (from Amman via Shuback), but then the other signs were misleading. Actually, there were just not enough signs. The food was ok...catered mainly to westerners. No "Jordanian" food except hummos and mutabbal (which were great!)
The stone buildings and architecture were lovely.
The rooms were very cold and could not be heated. The facilities were in poor repair and the hotel appeared to be slowly dying.
het doorgeven van sommige bestellingen is niet altijd even vlekkeloos verlopen, maar wel door het uiterst vriendelijke personeel adequaat afgehandeld.
Accessibilité par route : on se perd à systématiquement. Trop isolé. Pas de wifi dans les chambres
schön gestaltete Anlage mit schönem Fernblick
leider nur Innenpool
Rapport qualité/prix très décevant. Hôtel à déconseiller vivement l'hiver: chambres froides, mal isolées, eau tiède. Personnel nettement moins accueillant et chaleureux que dans les autres hôtels jordaniens. Buffet-repas très médiocre, salle à manger plus proche du réfectoire que de la salle d'un hôtel de luxe. Hôtel très éloigné du site de Pétra et difficile à trouver. Prix tout à fait injustifié pour des prestations indignes d'un prétendu 5 étoiles.
Nous avons beaucoup aimé le cadre et le charme de cet hôtel.... Très bien agencé... Très agréable.
Le bar est désertique et pas au niveau de la prestation que l'on peut attendre (pas de glaçons, pas de cacahuètes, étagères vides...) Dîner et petit déj un peu sur le mode self, mais bon!