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Arabic coffee

Arabic coffee is a generic name that refers to the way coffee is prepared in many Arab Gulf countries. The best Arabic coffee is made from freshly roasted beans over a charcoal fire and ground in a stone mortar. It has a special coffee pot called dallah, served with the right hand. The serving cups are small with no handles, with only very small portions of coffee poured, covering the bottom of the cup. It is almost always accompanied with dates and offered at most social events like weddings and funerals. Coffee serving is a ceremony. Rules of etiquette on this subject require the hostess to personally hand around the cups where the eldest or the most important person in the room is served first. When you are offered Arabic coffee by your host, do not say no. Once you are finished shake your cup from side to side, this will mean to the person holding the coffee pot that you do not want any more. However, should you want more coffee, all you have to do is hold out your cup to the person who has the coffee pot.
Set overlooking the Red Sea with its own 300 metre private beach, this is an exclusive Aqaba resort in Jordan. Luxury suites overlook turquoise waters and outstanding facilities include an outdoor pool with views of the gulf and a full-service spa, offering signature Deep Sea treatments. With over 500 species of coral in the Red Sea, snorkelling and diving are popular options. Select from a wide range of water sports at this Aqaba resort, which is within walking distance of the city centre.

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  • Restaurant & Lounges

    A non smoking dining restaurant, serving local and international buffets in a unique setting. An outdoor terrace with breathtaking views await you.
  • Amenities & Services

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InterContinental Aqaba (Resort Aqaba)

  • King Hussein Street
  • Aqaba , 2311
  • Jordan
  • Front Desk +962-3-2092222

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Languages spoken by staff

Arabic, English, French, Russian

Pet Policy

Pets are not allowed.
  • Local Time

    2:16 AM
    • CHECK-IN

      3:00 PM

      12:00 PM


    • Jordanian Dinar د.أ.‏ (JOD)


    • Service animals allowed
    • 2 Room(s) with Accessibility Standards
    • Parking
    Guest Reviews
    Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 193 reviewers.
    Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 An altogether comfortable experience but with some shortcomings We had chosen the Hotel Intercontinental Aqaba for its architecture, the comfortable rooms, and the seaview which we knew from a previous visit in 2007. We had reserved a room through the website of the hotel, but to our surprise, the reception was not informed about our coming. Fortunately we had a printout of the reservation confirmation with us, but we realized that the staff of the reception had problems reading the document, because it was in English. After some confusion, we were given a room upgrade, because of the irritation caused by the dysfunctional hotel website. We spent our first night sleeping very comfortably, as expected. We also enjoyed the generous bathroom combination of a walking-in shower and a separate bathtub with a showerhead. We loved the variety of the breakfast buffet, and especially the healthy corner, but not the coffee!!! The coffee was really of low quality and not at all to our taste! Staff in the breakfast vicinity was generally friendly, but often impatient, aiming to finish their duties, which made them repeatedly attempt to remove used items ( plates and cups), and food before we had actually finished eating. The staff also started to sweep the floor way before the official period of breakfast was over. We had a delicious dinner with high food quality and impeccable service in the Lebanese restaurant within the vicinity of the hotel. Unfortunately we had a difficult second night, because there was a loud party in the bar with heavy beats and very loud singing, which we could hear beyond 12 am. Checking out procedures were very smooth. Because we had complained about the quality of the coffee thatwas served with the breakfast, we were given a free treat in the coffee shop., which definitely served better coffee!!! 30 January 2015
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Customer Service Kind and caring staff. Nice hotel with good facilities Nice view and beach 26 January 2015
    Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by disappointed stay I was disappointed with my stay,room was not clean ,crowded hotel with shouting children day and night ,quality of people is unbelievable,I say bye...bye to tourism in Jordan,if our five stars hotels will drop this much in service. 25 January 2015
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