Last July, the Fairmont Amman joined the AccorHotels Middle-Eastern network.
Modernity and ancient treasures
Just a few minutes’ walk from the classy Abdoun district, the hotel’s contemporary design, styled by the Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (WATG) agency, blends perfectly with the capital's modern buildings. The address is a clever mix of the modernity of high-tech developments and the local charm of this ancient city. The Fairmont Amman is the brand’s first address in Jordan and already rises like an urban oasis within the city.
Up on the hill
The elegance of the hotel’s 317 spacious rooms and suites vies with the unparalleled view they enjoy over the hills of Amman. The establishment also offers 12 residences, for an immersive “at home” experience. In the calm of their room, designed using marble and fine wood, guests will be in prime position for admiring the view over the city. Historic monuments and buildings in a contemporary architectural style sit side by side against this lively backdrop that comes to life before their very eyes. When night falls, the city’s illuminated hills will be the last thing guests see before closing their eyes. A magical view, heralding sweet dreams!
Wellness as a priority
Levantine cuisine, pastries from around the world, original cocktails, Japanese dishes and other delights await food lovers in the hotel’s 7 restaurants.
Guests can recharge their batteries at the Willow Stream Spa, with its fitness facilities, outdoor swimming pool, relaxation lounge and Dead Sea mud room.
With its 4 000 m² of work areas, just bathed in light, the Fairmont Amman can accommodate business meetings and events. On a more celebratory note, the establishment provides a luxurious setting for weddings and other spectacular events. Guests will be won over by healthy menus seasoned with delicate herbs, grown in our organic gardens.
The brand is continuing its expansion in the Middle East, with a new address opening in March 2018: the Fairmont Riyadh, at the heart of this capital that is also a key financial center for Saudi Arabia.