LONDON, February 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Jordan is a jewel in the Middle East, a mysterious country, home to the ancient city of Petra and the cleansing mud baths of the Dead Sea. Its popularity for spa vacations has increased worldwide as many people are adopting healthier lifestyles. For this reason, Jordan has complimented its natural therapeutic sites offering a diverse range of amenities.
HostelBookers, the budget accommodation specialist, has teamed up with the Jordan Tourism Board to offer travellers a selection of properties in Petra, Amman and Wadi Rum.
The Rocky Mountain Hotel is very close to the town centre and offers its guests spectacular views of the Petra mountains. After a long day walking around Petra, visitors can sit back and relax on the hotel's balconies or rooftop terrace and enjoy the sunset, mountain panorama and later on, the lights of the town. Cups of tea are always available and served compliments of the hotel. Private double en-suite £13.16 per person per night.
In Amman, the fascinating city of contrasts - a unique blend of old and new, Jordan Tower Hotel stands out. The hotel, recently extensively renovated, offers budget prices, spacious communal areas, a panoramic roof terrace, and excellent service and facilities. It consists of 17 basic, spacious, nicely decorated rooms for around 50 people - ranging from single, twin, triple to quads and dorm rooms - half of which have en-suite facilities and half shared bathrooms. All rooms have air conditioning and satellite TV. Prices start from £9.65 per person per night.
For a more authentic Wadi Rum experience, Salman Zwaidh Camp is the best choice of camping under the stars to enjoy the silence of the desert far away from the stress of everyday life. Eco-tours, trekking, camel rides, jeep tours or camping elsewhere in the desert are also arranged onsite. All tents are equipped with beds and carpets on the floor. Bed sheets and linen for winter and summertime are provided. Private toilets and showers are located outside. Prices start from £9.65 per person per night.
For further information please go to: http://www.hostelbookers.com/tourism/visit-jordan/