Amman Hostels

9 of the Cheapest Hostels in Amman

One cannot argue that Amman, as small as it may seem, is stuffed with surprise after surprise. Whether cultural, social, or even traditional, there’s always something new to learn about our marvelous city. Here are the cheapest hostels in Amman you can check into next time you’re in town looking for an adventure :

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Roman Theater Hotel

Roman Theater

In the heart of the downtown souq, the Roman Theater Hotel is the optimal place for students or travelers on a budget. You have the choice of paying for a room with a private bathroom or simply sharing one with the rest of your floor (don’t worry, they’re cleaned every day!)

It will cost you as little as 14 JDs per night! The cozy atmosphere and friendly owners will make you feel at home. They’ll even help you book a trip to go sight seeing in Jerash or Petra!

Sydney Hotel

If you’re looking for the perfect place with the best access to Rainbow Street, Amman Citadel and the Roman Theater, Sydney Hotel is the choice. This is one of the cheapest hostels in Amman, for as cheap as 8 JDs per night, this hotel offers one of the most comfortable little places you could ever wish for. With the most kind-hearted staff, you’re guaranteed an adventure of a lifetime exploring the ancient ruins around Amman.

Abbasi Palace Hotel

Abbasi Palace
This hotel is recommended for those who like to be on the busier part of town. Otherwise, you’ll find it quite noisy. Their staff are the absolute friendliest, and you’ll love the food. Don’t forget to ask them on what latest activities they can arrange for you to do, because they have tremendous experience with that!

Orient Prince Hotel

If you’re looking for a fun-filled experience among the kindest people in Amman, Orient Prince Hotel is located in the middle of that. Downtown Amman is a treasure trove waiting to be discovered. Breakfast at the hotel is delicious, and you might just be lucky enough to get a balcony viewing the Roman Theater if you book in advance.

Hamoudah Hotel

Hamoudah Hotel is the perfect destination for a low-budget business trip. They’ll even let you borrow the lobby for a meeting! It’s also located in downtown Amman, which means you can always head out for a quick snack within walking distance whenever you feel like it. The cool thing is that you van ask for a quieter room if you’d rather not hear the city noise.

Jordan Tower Hotel

Jordan Tower

The services offered by this hotel are almost unrealistic compared to their cheap prices. You can call in advance and have them arrange for a taxi to pick you up from the airport, which is perfect if you’ve never been to Amman before. The rooms are simple, but clean. This hotel seems to have it all when it comes to location, comfort and service!

Torwada Hotel


You’ve found the place that reflects true Jordanian hospitality if you’re staying at the Torwada! With tea and cookies always available at the reception desk, pampering is the one thing you would least expect to get when you check in at a low-budget hotel like this one. Definitely try it next time you’re in town, you won’t regret it.

Kahramana Hotel


Balconies that overlook the city, helpful staff, and an everyday hygiene maintenance assurance, this hotel is ideal if you’re looking for a place to stay in for a couple of days with friends. You’ll never find problems with transportation with its superb location.

Farah Hotel


A quieter and more laid back option is Farah Hotel. It’s perfect for a stopover stay, whether you’re alone or with friends. You can definitely relax away from the bustling city of Amman. However, the downtown souk is within walking distance, so you wouldn’t need to worry about transportation. They do offer breakfast, but the bathrooms are shared.

Those were our 9 Cheapest Hostels in Amman. Where did you stay last time you were in town? Which hostel would you recommend?

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Zeina is a medical student at JUST and has been working as a writer for youth magazines in Jordan since 2010.

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