I have stayed here twice for about a month each time. First of all, location is good. It is in the Jabal El Webdeh circle where there are some shops, restaurants, post office, a small supermarket and a bakery. You can walk to Abdalli or Jabal Al Husein as well as downtown. But there is a slope and stairs to downtown so you must be in a very good condition. It is not nice but also not bad. If you want to stay longer and want to cook yourself then it is not bed, but if you like hotels with snow white sheets then this is not a place for you. I can say it is like staying in one's middle class family in a low stanard country. I went to Amman to study Arabic calligraphy so I tried to find a cheap place. Comparing with the price it is a good place to stay. You have to pay extra if you want they clean your room and change sheets or towels, but they clean public places every day. I missed kindness and greetings of all staff and felt like a stranger being in a small village. I escaped here from the Select hotel where my room was worse and dirtier than a refugee camp.