What a nice play to stay, if you want to enjoy silence and don't want to stay at a place, where all hotels are close to each other. Around this chalets you have nothing but the Dead Sea. The view from the rooms is breathtaking. When we went down the stairs to go into the water (it took only 3 minutes) the first time we were there all alone. :) BUT: the chalets need to berestored - urgently! The staff was ok, the food as well. Nothing special to eat. If you want to have dinner somewhere else you need to drive at least 20 minutes one direct, as there is nothing around. Proverbially on the other side of the street is the Mujib Adventure Center. The price for overnight stay was good.
The chalets are on the Jordan side of the Dead Sea with a private beach. The location is amazing and we only saw tourists in the sea who were staying in the Chalets - a great way to experience the dead sea without the crowds. The chalets are pretty basic. They have air conditioning, ensuite shower and toilet. WiFi is available at the reception area but not in the chalets. Theres about 15 chalets in total, so they are pretty quiet and peaceful. If you're interested in the Siq Trail, then the Wadi Mujib canyoning centre is located opposite the chalets. We did it and loved it!
We choose the accommodation 1) to be close to Wadi Mujib for the after trek rest, 2) to support the work of the (RSCN) and 3) the amazing view of the Dead Sea. Beware that this place is still a work in progress, and it looks like the RSCN commissions works when they have enough funds so if you stay there you support this organisation. While we were there, workers were landscaping some of the areas, so future visitors may see a different "resort". Right now, it is a bit bare. The concrete chalets comprise of a bedroom and bathroom (walk-in shower) with a tank boiler, which we never used because it was very hot and showered using cold water. Toiletries are provided. There's air conditioning but we didn't use it. If you don't mind cats (some are friendly and may wander in - we had our own resident kitty), you can even sleep with the patio doors open - we felt the place was very safe and did not lock the doors. The chalets are basic but had all we needed - bedding, towels, toiletries and beach towel. They look worn out but I guess the saline air doesn't help. There is a patio with a couple of chairs and a small table. I saw hooks for hammocks so if you have one, you can hang it (not sure if you can rent them, we didn't ask). The pebbly beach is clean but has no facilities apart from the showers and has no muds but you can purchase a pack at the reception for 5JD. You reach it via a staircase. Breakfast is buffet style and has mostly Jordanian food. Coffee is instant and there was only powder milk. We had dinner (pre-order when you check-in as they cook only on request) and there was a good vegetarian options (a rice dish, several mezzes and a couple of salads). There's free parking. It's not cheap considering it is a basic "resort" but the funds are put to a good cause.…
Mujib Chalet is a great place for staying near Dead Sea. The sunset and the view from the chalets are stunning but the rooms need some renovation! We took a bath in the Dead Sea, also a great experience and also a must if you visit Jordan! We enjoy a delicious breakfast!
Had a nice stay for 1 night. Basic cottage, worn down and only just acceptable cleanliness. Breakfast and lunch was good, but a bit expensive lunch. Beach is great, clean and with great view and fresh water showers. They charged 10 JOD for a bag of mud - another unacceptable ripoff of tourists in Jordan. Plenty of staff but all just hanging around doing nothing and staring into their phones. They should just clean up the place and polish the windows - you could barely enjoy the view because they were so dirty. The canyon hike - Siq Trail - in Wadi Mujib is just across the street and it was an unforgettably beautiful experience.