Hidab Hotel

, Petra, Jordan
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Hidab Hotel

, Petra
3 star

Rooms: 30

Queen Rania Street - Petra - 71810 - Jordan 0096232156763
53 Traveller

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Submitted by: Petra in 09/04/10
  • Age Group: 3140
  • From: Japan
  • Traveller type: Budget Traveller
Unless you can afford the Crowne Plaza just outside Petra, this is a good cheap alternative. It is a basic clean hotel overlooking a great valley and a 5 min taxi drive to the entrance to Petra. It is run by a mother and daughter, has clean beds and hot water. Check it out at
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Submitted by: saad in 22/03/10
  • Age Group: 2630
  • From: Jordan
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
Hidab HotelBy saad, 06/17/09would like to make my comment about hidab hotel.i was in some other hotel and i moved to hidab hote with my groupe. i found out that hidab that staff was very nice.and clean,and the terrase was some kined of magic.and the turkish bath was amazing.and we had anight on the terrase on the candle light.i would lie to thank all the staff,who helpdus to make our vacation so magicly.
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Petra's horses and donkeys - animal welfare. Things to consider. Surprisingly or not Petra is zoned by the bedouins who work there. The zoning allows certain 'owners' with their horses and donkeys to work in certain areas only. If you decide to take a donkey trip from the monastery back to the entrance you may hear shouting as one guide tells another they can't work in that area. Some animals are well cared for - usually all the horses, who are owned by the young men/older men. The donkeys are often just goods. There are meant to be water troughs for the donkeys (and horses) but sometimes they are not filled. Some of the boys don't care about their donkeys and will not water them. We were appalled by the treatment of one donkey (we saw it whipped by a flex and it later fell). We insisted the boy came with us to the free animal hospital, the Brooke hospital, situated at Petra's entrance. There we learnt from the doctor and horse owners that some of the donkeys' boy owners DO NOT FEED their donkeys - the donkeys are left to eat scraps around the owners’ houses. Some eat their own manure they are so hungry. Some boys have more than one donkey so will work one to the ground then use another. The donkey we helped had had NO WATER for 36 HOURS. Its main job was to take tourists of any weight up the grueling walk to the monastery. Many of the donkeys when taken back to Wadi Musa at night are abused. Just as cars can be scratched between rival groups, donkeys are stabbed and kicked/punched. We met one that was blind in one eye due to a stabbing and one young horse with a shoulder stab wound. So, if you do take a donkey please take several apples and feed it. Ensure it gets water to drink first – even if you give it some of your own, take extra. If you see one being whipped take the flex from the boy – the flex is not supposed to be used. Report any incidents to Brooke animal hospital at the entrance. But the best thing to do as the doctors are overworked TAKE the animal (with the owner, they will go if you insist) to the hospital. I am not saying don’t hire a horse or donkey, just realize many are badly treated and help to stop this by offering the animal food, water and help if help is required. Also donate money to the Brooke hospital if you can. Visit http://www.thebrooke.web.baigent.net/index.asp?id=1 for more info.

Petra Jordan my trip to Petra it is very realy nice 4 days plz go to Mussa Spring Hotel in Petra Jordan full accommodation not far from the down twon 1Km nice view Plz Do not book by hostelworld.com save your money and book by this E-mail : musaspring_hotel@hotmail.com with out deposit Regards Adem

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