FAQ

FAQ

On the Kingsway, you can find an ATM of the Housing bank (location Housing bank on Google maps). It’s a 350 meter hike uphill to the bank.

Yes, there is an ATM from the Arab bank just before you enter the square of the Petra Visitor centre.

And another ATM inside the Moevenpick hotel, opposite the entrance of Petra.

Yes, there is WiFi in the dining room on the roof of the accommodation.

We don’t offer a lunchbox. We do have a great suggestion for you to collect your own picnic lunch for Petra. There is a lovely bakery close to Beit al Taybeh. It’s called “Sahatain for local bread and pastries”. You can buy fresh taboun and stuffed buns (with potato, spinach or zatar).

For sure. We serve a home cooked three-course meal to our guests (and on availability also to outside guests) in the dining room on the roof. Soup for starter. A main dish (with chicken or vegetarian) with salad. And a dessert. 

There are local busses from the Wadi Musa local busstation to At Taybeh. There is no bus schedule so I would suggest to take a taxi.

We recommend Saleh Helalat for your transfers. You can get in touch with Saleh via Whatsapp +962 7 7926 7640. 

No, we don’t organise tours to the Wadi Rum desert. But we can recommend a very professional tour company for your full day jeep tour(s) and overnight(s). Wadi Rum Nomads have a charming, cozy and comfortable Bedouin camp. In a beautiful secluded spot in the Wadi Rum protected area.

Fuel stations in Wadi Musa|Petra
There are two tank stations. They are both on the Kings Highway. Jo Petrol Station is the closest to town.  A little further out of town you find Nasrat Fuel station.

15 km from the Petra Visitor centre you find a fuel station in Rayef, close to Taybeh. It’s also on the Kings Way. You can fill up your rental car at Manaseer Express. You can pay by creditcard.