Kings Way Inn the heart of one of the ancient civilizations in the land of Jordan, within the Kings' Highway, inhabited by numerous empires for several thousands of years.
Kings Way Inn is equipped with all the facilities and services for your enjoyment and comfort. The hotel welcomes visitors from all over the world in its true tradition of Arabic hospitality.
The combination of its convenient location, extensive facilities, and friendly ambiance, makes the Kings Way Inn the ideal place to stay during your visit to Petra.
* Reception & Lobby Area:
Kings Way Inn's reception staff would be glad to help you with any inquiries you might have. Your valuables can be safely deposited at the safety deposit boxes at the reception. The lobby area offers the visitor a chance to relax at the end of a long day. The lounge bar offers a variety of drinks and cocktails.
* Al Beidha Restaurant:
Al Beidha Restaurant offers a variety of continental and oriental specialties. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner offering buffet or a la carte menus.
* The Swimming Pool:
The swimming pool is located on the upper terrace. Here you can enjoy bathing in the warm sun, or take a cooling swim in the pool. Drinks and snacks are served.
* Kings Way Inn offers 85 rooms (15 rooms at executive floor). All rooms are equipped with private bath, direct-dial telephones, tv with satellite channels, radio, A/C. The rooms are spacious, decorated in a style that reflects the beauty of the region.
Kings Way Inn is located next to the famous Moses Springs, 4 km from the amazing rose-red city of Petra.
Kings Way Inn is situated about 3 hours drive away from Amman, the capital of Jordan; and 2.5 hours drive away from Queen Alia International Airport. Also, 1.5 hours drive away from Aqaba and Eilat, the two cities at the Red Sea.
Hidden amongst the ancient canyons of Jordan is a mystic and glorious Jordan national treasure; an eternal tribute to a lost civilization: The legacy of the Nabataeans; an industrious Arab people who settled in south Jordan more than 2000 years ago.
Carved entirely into the naturally pink rocks, the remains of the once lost Nabataean city of Petra include temples, Roman theaters, monasteries, houses and roads. from the entrance, a track leads you down to the Siq, the narrow gorge that takes you into Petra. The Siq used to be marked by a Roman archway of which only the vertical ruins are visible.
Once inside, the path narrows as the cliffs seem to close about you, and just as you least expect it, the passage widens and you catch a glimpse of the astonishing monument that dominates Petra, El Khazneh (The Treasury). Inspired by classical Hellenistic architecture, the Khazneh is carved as a tomb for a Nabataean King depicting Nabataean gods and god desses and mythological figures.