Amman Pasha Hotel

Amman, Jordan

Amman Pasha Hotel. In the heart of downtown Amman. Arabic cooking class.

Culinary Vacations 1

3 Days Cooking Holiday at Amman Pasha Hotel in Jordan

Available in December, January & February

Speaks English

from US$182
from US$182
Price for:

3 days / 2 nights

Testimonials 8

  • Irini United Kingdom

    TripAdvisor website

    This hotel is in the heart of downtown Amman so it is in a perfect location for you to explore! The rooftop bar is an epic place to chill in the evening where you can order delicious Jordanian food from the lovely bar/restaurant Roma Cafe downstairs and sit and enjoy the sunset. Often, you will have the delight of some the staff breaking out into classical Arabic song and Aboud plays the guitar and oud very well! The rooms are clean and have good air conditioning - if there is anything you need, the staff are always more than happy to help. There is also a spa which, unfortunately I did not have time to use - but maybe next time, inshallah. Breakfast buffet, two words: yum yum! Last but not least, the thing that made my stay in Pasha so special was the staff and their hospitality - travelling alone, I felt they looked after me and had my interests at heart, they are friends and if not my Jordanian family. George was my driver for most of my trip and to say that he looked after me like a father would is an understatement. And there is no place too far for him to drive! I was very honored to meet him. My brother joined me after one week and he also felt the same. Thank you! Jaffar, the young manager, was excellent and ensured we were happy with everything and was always approachable, helpful and friendly. Generally, all the staff were fantastic, I wish you all the very best and next time I come to Jordan I'll be sure to stay with you again - thank you, thank you, thank you!

  • Bilal I. United Kingdom

    TripAdvisor website

    I stayed here with a friend for over a week while exploring Amman. The service is very personal and the rooms are great. Being right in the center of the "Wastal Balad" (old city), you really get a feel for life in Jordan. The staff gave us great advice on places to eat and visit. This is a perfect hub to be based to explore such a amazing country! Oh and finally i almost forgot... the roof terrace has an amazing view of the city, both during the day and night... a lovely place to wind down with a cup of tea and a nargile pipe after a busy day exploring :)

  • a traveler United States

    TripAdvisor website

    I feel terrible that I waited so long to review this very amazing hotel! I loved everything about it: the warm and welcoming staff, the food, the decor, the roof deck. It is also very close to the Roman Theater and Citadel, which makes it a great location. Would definitely return. I am telling all my friends: "come to Jordan and stay at Amman Pasha!"

  • Marjin W. Netherlands

    TripAdvisor website

    Staying at the Amman Pasha Hotel got me introduced to the famous Jordan hospitality. I was welcomed in a pleasant way and received a very nice, non-smoking room overlooking the Roman theater. Sitting in the lobby, for good WiFi, I was offered free tea. Atmosphere felt very homey. Breakfast was tasty for me. I got to meet the owner, Raymond, when I was having my dinner and he was very nice and kind. Even offered me to make use of day-room on last day of my trip before flying back to Amsterdam. Eventually, I didn't make use of this, but still, really appreciated his exceptional offer! I stayed for two nights and if ever get back in Amman, I would love to stay there again! Thank you and cheers!

  • Wendy L. Canada

    TripAdvisor website

    My husband and I just came back from Jordan; of course, this was an amazing trip I have never had. We stayed two nights in Amman Pasha Hotel. Very good location, just next to Roman theater. We rent a car, the hotel staff could always find parking for us on that busy street. The room was clean. The hotel has its own bar and restaurant, good food, and nice service, and the price is reasonable. And very important - I really wanna say big thank you to that "singer guy" in the hotel! I fell down to the hill two blocks away from the hotel and my arm was bleeding, and that guy (sorry my bad, forgot his name) took me and my hubby to the nearest pharmacy. After the wound was bounded with gauze, he even wanted to pay for the treatment! Of course, we stopped him; I was really shocked how the Pasha hotel staff took care of their guests! Thanks again buddy! And if you can read here, I am back home, in Canada, and the wound is totally fine now! Thanks! As a backpacker, Pasha hotel is an excellent place to stay in Amman!

  • Evina Slovakia

    Trip Advisor website

    I have stayed in Amman Pasha Hotel during my first stay in Jordan and I have to say I could not have chosen better. I could write much longer about my positive experience but long story short, if you are about to visit Amman, Amman Pasha Hotel is the place where you want to stay. It is located in the old town just across the road from the Roman Theater and walking distance from the Citadel Mountain, Grand Hussein Mosque and big market area with lots of vegetables, fruits, spices and places to taste local specialties.Do not miss for example Hashim restaurant, one of the oldest restaurants in Amman, with the best hummus and falafel in the town (as locals say) and Habibah Sweets, if you have a sweet tooth. If you fall in love with Jordanese cuisine (as I surely did), you can attend a cooking workshop with some traditional dishes also directly in the Amman Pasha Hotel (the hotel restaurant is nice and cozy and you might end up hanging out there a lot). You can also learn dancing dabke with them, the traditional local dance. Based on my experience I can say that the hotel staff can organize for you basically anything what you could possibly want to do in Jordan.In fact, the staff, is one of the things I appreciated about this place the most as their helpfulness and friendliness goes beyond anything I have ever experienced before. It is much more than a hotel service, there will be always somebody with whom you could discuss either places you want to visit, local politics or just somebody to exchange a joke with. It must be some Jordanese thing maybe, but I have to say the people in the hotel have a great sense of humor (remember this when you meat a guy called Jafar at the reception).

  • Tommy B. Greece

    December 2015. Trip Advisor website

    This hotel is more than great. Clean rooms, great location, and I cannot stress it enough: the staff is excellent. Having worked at a big hotel, I saw a 5 star treatment from everyone from the staff, especially Raed, the restaurant manager, who was extremely helpful, even making some secret warm recipe for my sore throat! The restaurant was overall great. Everyone was friendly, and also Naiel was always polite. Thank you to all, I will definitely be back.

  • Dan T. California

    October 2015. Trip Advisor website

    I did a 3-day cooking course in Amman Pasha Hotel, Jordan. I enjoyed all the lessons; thanks to their great chef Mahjoob. He really knows his job and he answered all the questions I had about cooking Arabic dishes. The staff in Amman Pasha Hotel were all very nice and friendly, I could even choose the dishes I wanted to cook. Very nice experience."I flew from Cairo and Amman Pasha picked me up. I got to the hotel at 8:30 p.m. and told Jafar I wanted to get on the jet bus for Petra at 6 a.m. next morning. He made it happen. I asked him to pick me up three days after returning from Petra and to take me to the airport the following morning. No problem. Both he and Feras, your travel agents, are always more than helpful. The breakfast is so good, and the guy that manages it loves Taylor Swift. They dance in the restaurant in the evening, you should go there!

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