Saba'a Hotel Map
Hotel | off the central roundabout, Wadi Musa, Petra, Jordan 0
181 out of 189 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (07/01/2015)
"Gail's hospitality is top notch from having tea when you arrive, to making a sack lunch to take to Petra, and advising on tours to Wadi Rum. She has a great spread in the morning for breakfast."Read all Saba'a Hotel reviews
- Car Parking
- Currency Exchange
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Washing machines
- Late check-out
- Laundry service
- Reception (limited hours)
- Wake-up calls
- BBQ area
- Outside area
- Pets allowed
- Television room
- Cot / crib
- Airport Pickup USD 98.69
- Luggage Room
Group of 15 or more traveling to Petra?Contact us directly
Enter dates to check prices
GPS-enabled map and directions
The cheapest is the local bus which also takes the longest. These go from the Wahadat bus station to the south of Amman. There’s no timetable, the buses just go when they are full - there are about 4 or 5 a day, though fewer on Fridays. This should cost you 6JD, and it can be quite fun, though cramped.
The JETT bus leaves from the JETT offices in Abdali at 6.30am and arrives about 10am. This is 9.5JD and you need to reserve a seat beforehand.
A taxi is another option, though definitely the most expensive – roughly 70JD. If you want a cheaper option you can often find a taxi at the Wahadat bus station along with some people who will share the cost.
Again there are local buses which leave regularly during the morning and 1 or 2 in the afternoon.
A taxi should cost about 35JD, though from the Eilat border they are 55JD.
To find Saba’a Hotel:
If you arrive on the local bus, you’ll stop at the station in the town centre, we're about a 5 minute walk away.
If you arrive on the JETT bus, you’ll stop at the coach park down the hill near the gates to Petra. You can walk up the hill into town, but it's a bit of a killer, especially with a bag. A taxi should cost approx 2JD.