Amman boasts some of the most impressive hotels in Jordan. From towering, luxury behemoths to quaint boutiques, there’s something for every taste in this town.
Rotana Hotel is the city’s largest tower hotel and one of the oldest in the Middle East. It boasts an impressive 412 rooms across 50 floors, each with floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the beautiful city landscape and desert hills.
Wild Jordan Center is a beloved hotel overlooking Old Amman and boasts some of the best accommodations in the city. An on-site sun terrace, multiple restaurants and a smoke-free facility that focuses on recycling are just a few of the features it offers. The rooms themselves contain flat-screen TVs, kitchen areas and balconies.
The Monarch Hotel
The Monarch Hotel offers a unique interior with stone walls and wood furniture, and a prime location near Al Hussein National Park. The popular spot is geared almost entirely toward families with kids, so millennial travelers with tots in tow with find it the perfect spot.
The Four Seasons Amman
The Four Seasons Amman is exactly what you’d expect from a Four Seasons hotel: luxury accommodations, on-site bars, a beautiful spa and even a rooftop pool. The location is on top of the city’s highest hill, offering incredible views, and it’s just a short distance from the Baraka Mall.
The House Boutique Suites
The House Boutique Suites offers 5-star quality in a wonderful location. The posh hotel is centrally located and within walking distance to Rainbow Street and a wealth of art galleries, restaurants and popular landmarks. The spacious rooms, poolside bar and free breakfast don’t hurt, either.
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