Amman, the capital of Jordan, is one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world; and despite being essentially a product of the 20th century, it still retains its old world charm. In modern, culturally diverse Amman, it isn’t uncommon to see luxury hotels tower over traditional coffee shops where old men gather to play backgammon. Travellers looking to discover old Arabia in Amman will find the souks and bazaars intriguing. There you can find traditional stores that sell handcrafted coffee cups and plates, although the souks are worth visiting for the atmosphere alone.
Kempinski Hotel Amman
Situated next to the Coptic Church in Amman, this 5 star hotel offers many recreational amenities including a health club, a seasonal outdoor pool, a restaurant and a full-service spa.
Le Meridien Amman
Le Méridien Amman is set in the centre of Amman’s Shmeisani commercial business and diplomatic district, close to the Amman Citadel, the Roman Theatre, and many of the city’s shopping areas.
Landmark Amman Hotel
With newly-designed, spacious rooms and a fully-equiped fitness centre and spa, this 5-star city centre hotel offers both business and leisure guests a contemporary retreat in the heart of Amman.
Four Seasons Amman
This 5-star luxury hotel is situated on top of the highest of Amman’s seven hills and offers the levels of facilities and service expected of the Four Seasons brand.
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