Best Hotels in Amman

by Benjamin Kerns

Sep 6, 2019

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Destinations / Middle East

Amman boasts some of the top accommodations in Jordan if you’re looking to get the most bang for your buck. Luxurious suites, excellent views and incredible dining are all commonplace among the city’s hotels.

 

Wild Jordan Center is a favorite among tourists for its wonderful location overlooking Old Amman. The hotel features a sun terrace, on-site restaurants, an entirely smoke-free atmosphere and a prime spot just 1.5 kilometers from Rainbow Street. The rooms each have a balcony, compact kitchen, seating areas with a flat-screen TV and private bathrooms with a bidet.

 

Le Royal Amman towers over the city skyline and stands out at night with its unique, bright lights. The luxury accommodations include rooms across 31 floors, banquet facilities, ethnic and gourmet restaurants on site and within walking distance, and a spa stretched across two floors. The rooms are comfortable, though not particularly unique.

 

The Monarch Hotel is situated just 7 kilometers from Al Hussein National Park and is designed with families in mind. Smaller than many hotels in the city, Monarch still offers impressive accommodations that feature an outdoor pool, fitness area, a restaurant and a terrace. The rooms feature stone walls and wood, offering a unique feel that makes you feel at home.

 

The Rotana Hotel was the first tower hotel and tallest building in Amman. Its location near Al Abdali, Amman’s new downtown, offers the best accommodation in the heart of the city. It boasts 412 rooms spread across 50 floors, each with floor-to-ceiling windows and breathtaking views. The modern interior of the building is a work of art, and the on-site facilities rival any hotel in the city.

 

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