Are you looking for a hotel in Petra – Wadi Mousa? We welcome you to the Sharah Mountains, a family-run, the most exquisite and prestigious three stars hotel, conveniently and centrally located. Established is 1997, newly remodeled, renovated and upgraded to a 3-starts hotel in 2014.
- Hour Front Desk
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Family Rooms
- Express Check-In/Check-Out
- Safe box
- Air Conditioning
- Free Internet Wi-Fi Service
- Free shuttle bus from/to entrance site of Petra.
- Roof Terrace (Seasonal open from 1st of March until 1st of November(
The staff were very friendly and helpful. There was a good breakfast, several good restaurants were very close.
The rooms are right above the street and there was a lot of traffic noise.
The best part of the hotel was the gregarious manager Mahmoud, who is very likable and tries his hardest for his guests. He can arrange anything that a guest needs, from transport to food. I only stayed for one night, but there were no problems, and the hotel is situated in a very good location in Wadi Musa.
Internet is not free, shower curtain in bathroom didn't do a good job of preventing the water from getting all over the floor. Also, the restaurant that Mahmoud 'recommended' was slightly overpriced and I felt like they were trying to rip me off.
We arrived very late and had forgotten to phone ahead to confirm our late arrival. The owner had given our rooms away, but made a very big effort to help us get new rooms and then transfered us to Petra the next day, etc. Was very nice management
The staff asked repeatedly how that may assistance us with any needs we may have. Lunch was packed for us which was major convenience as Petra is an all day trip. Would stay there again on a return trip. Location was absolutely the best one could ask for.
This is not an upscale hotel, but you are there to see the sights and meet people. It is a great place to do what you come there for.
Mahmoud the manager was a real character and would do anything to help.
Shower and bathroom very basic, not dirty but barely usable. Whole place has seen better days.