Amman (and vicinity), Jordan

Hotels in Amman (and vicinity)

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  • Amman Airport Hotel

    Amman Airport Hotel

    4-star

    Al Bunayyāt ash Shamālīyah16.3 miles to city centre

    Guest rating4.4.Fair396 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Amman Airport Hotel
  • The House Boutique Suites

    The House Boutique Suites

    5-star
    VIP

    Jabal Al-Hussein1.4 miles to city centre

    Guest rating9.4.Exceptional207 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The House Boutique Suites
  • W Amman

    W Amman

    5-star

    Al Abdali0.2 miles to city centre

    Guest rating9.0.Superb154 Hotels.com guest reviews
    W Amman
  • Corp Amman Hotel

    Corp Amman Hotel

    4.5-star
    VIP

    Al Abdali0.9 miles to city centre

    Guest rating9.0.Superb159 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Corp Amman Hotel
  • Landmark Amman Hotel & Conference Center

    Landmark Amman Hotel & Conference Center

    5-star

    Al Abdali0.4 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous179 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Landmark Amman Hotel & Conference Center
  • Toledo Hotel

    Toledo Hotel

    4-star

    Jabal Al-Hussein1.3 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very Good107 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Toledo Hotel
  • Fairmont Amman

    Fairmont Amman

    5-star

    Al Swaifyeh1.1 miles to city centre

    Guest rating9.4.Exceptional113 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Fairmont Amman
  • Opal Hotel Amman

    Opal Hotel Amman

    4.5-star

    Al Bunayyāt ash Shamālīyah7.2 miles to city centre

    Guest rating9.0.Superb55 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Opal Hotel Amman
  • ibis Amman

    ibis Amman

    3-star

    Ash Shumaysani2.6 miles to city centre

    Guest rating7.4.Good66 Hotels.com guest reviews
    ibis Amman
  • Sulaf Luxury Hotel

    Sulaf Luxury Hotel

    4-star
    VIP

    Ash Shumaysani2.5 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous98 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Sulaf Luxury Hotel
  • Mosaic City Hotel

    Mosaic City Hotel

    3-star

    Al Bunayyāt ash Shamālīyah18 miles to city centre

    Guest rating9.0.Superb81 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Mosaic City Hotel
  • Celino Hotel

    Celino Hotel

    3-star

    Al Abdali0.3 miles to city centre

    Guest rating9.2.Superb74 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Celino Hotel
  • Guest House Amman

    Guest House Amman

    3-star

    Ash Shumaysani1.6 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous80 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Guest House Amman
  • Coral Tower Hotel by Hansa

    Coral Tower Hotel by Hansa

    4-star

    Al Abdali0.3 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous12 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Coral Tower Hotel by Hansa
  • Four Seasons Hotel Amman

    Four Seasons Hotel Amman

    5-star

    Ash Shumaysani1.1 miles to city centre

    Guest rating9.0.Superb37 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Four Seasons Hotel Amman
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Of all the ancient cities in the Middle East, few are as accommodating to foreigner travelers as Jordan’s capital, Amman. Organized and friendly, Amman offers a full spectrum of attractions for its guests, from the Roman Theater to the massive City Mall shopping center. The Jordanian capital is also home to the nation’s top university, so there’s an air of academia and youthful activity in the neighborhoods surrounding the campus. After enjoying the dining, shopping, and ancient Roman sites of the capital, you can plan a journey to the desert marvel of Petra, an ancient rock city that’s truly one of the world’s wonders.

Things to see

Jordan’s largest shopping center is City Mall, a massive indoor venue filled with many international retailers you will recognize. This is where many Jordanians come to escape the heat and to socialize, making it a great location for people-watching. Of the many Roman-era sites in Amman, the Roman Theater is one of the best-preserved. The folklore and culture museums on site will help you to put Amman’s history into perspective. If you’ve never seen an Islamic mosque in its native enivornment, plan a visit to the King Abdullah I Mosque. It’s a real beauty with its shining blue domes, and non-Muslims are allowed to enter for a small fee. Shopping centers are always great spots to interact with locals or just watch the world pass by. Mecca Mall on Mecca Street is one of Amman’s middle-class shopping venues and is well worth a visit if high-brow retailers don’t appeal to you. The Citadel is a must-see historic attraction for its variety of Roman ruins and Jordan’s main archaeological museum.

Hotels in Amman

As befits an international capital city, Amman has a solid range of accommodations to suit every budget and taste. There are plenty of cheap hotels catering to travelers on a budget who merely want a clean bed to crash on after a day exploring the city. Mid-range hotels in Amman are also in abudance, and are reasonably priced compared to similar hotels in other global capitals. Amman’s luxury hotels can compete with those of any world city. Most of the big-name players are represented here, so if you have a particular five-star chain you prefer, the chances are good you can find a branch in Amman. Rates for these posh rooms don’t come cheap but the amenities, service, and atmosphere more than compensate for the price tag.

Where to stay

The 5th Circle is one of the key focal points in the center of Amman, so many of the luxury hotels have set up shop here. In terms of location, this part of town is hard to beat. Amman’s budget lodging tends to be located around the Jett Bus Station on Jebel Amman or along the main commercial strips, such as King Hussain Street and King Faisal Street. West Amman is the place to stay if you want to experience the capital’s heady nightlife scene, which is surprisingly liberal for an Islamic nation. There are a number of mid-range hotels in this trendy district.

How to get to Amman

Nearly every visitor to Amman arrives through Queen Alia International Airport, 20 miles south of downtown. Taxis and airport express buses are the two forms of transport into town if you don’t opt to rent a car. Land crossings from neighboring countries tend to be slow and difficult. Amman’s public bus system is the preferred mode of transport for the capital’s working class. It’s safe, cheap, and can get you to many attractions like the Roman Theater. Taxis are more convenient and relatively cheap since their drivers must use a meter by law.

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