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Four Seasons Hotel Amman
Why we like it
- The generously sized rooms and suites each feature a large dressing area and bathroom with a walk-in glass-walled shower and separate deep soaking bathtub
- The Spa offers the ultimate pampering with natural sea salts and minerals, herbal botanicals and aromatherapy oils
- Five restaurants provide some of the city's most sought-after dining experiences, from contemporary Thai to northern Italian
- Afternoon tea is available in the contemporary living room or foyer lounge and Cocktails are served in the square bar
- Activities for families can be arranged with the hotel's concierge
- Ideal for those who want a centrally located property of the highest standard
We tried the indulgent Dead Sea mud body wrap, which cleanses and detoxifies the skin. The treatment is followed by a soothing aromatherapy massage and you come away feeling silky smooth and deeply relaxed.
Thank you so much for organising a very elaborate and a wonderful tour tailored for us to visit Jordan and Israel. The itinerary was perfect and things went really smooth from the pick up at the airport until the drop off at Tel Aviv airport. Everyone from Airport Supervisor Motasem Rababah, driver Sami in Jordan, all the guides and to the driver George in Jerusalem were all very patient and helpful.
- RS, London
The rooms are bright and airy and decorated in a contemporary, residential style - all cool, natural colours and beautiful furnishings. Thanks to its ideal location, this hotel is within reach of a wide range of local attractions and cultural sites.
Best time to be there
March to May and September to November are best times to be in the country, but Jordan's Mediterranean climate is pleasant all year round. Lightweight clothes are advised between May and September. Warmer clothes are necessary for winter and cool summer evenings. Rainwear is needed from November to April. It has been known to snow as far south as Petra.
Amman (British Midland International - daily, Royal Jordanian - daily)
5 hours direct
GMT +2 hours
Required - obtainable in advance or on arrival
No mandatory vaccinations
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Suggested itineraries in Jordan
Highlights of Jordan
Nights: 5 | from £1,195pp
Enjoy the highlights of Jordan with this great value itinerary, taking in Jerash, Mt. Nebo, Petra and the Dead Sea with your own private driver to get a real flavour of this fascinating country.
Highlights of Egypt with Jordan
Nights: 12 | from £2,795pp
This itinerary packs in the most notable highlights of Egypt’s illustrious past and the ancient treasures of Jordan culminating in a well-earned rest at a resort on the Dead Sea.
A Jordanian Family Adventure
Nights: 7 | from £1,545pp
A special week long family-focused adventure into the heart of Jordan with visits to Petra, the hands-on Children's Museum in Amman and desert castles.
Jordan In Style
Nights: 7 | from £2,495pp
A week-long trip with a highly regarded private guide who will bring alive the ancient and fascinating sites of Petra, Wadi Rum and Jerash.
Jordan in Depth
Nights: 9 | from £3,395pp
Follow in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia on this 9 night trip which encompasses magnificent ancient monuments, desert castles, nature reserves and the Dead Sea.
Highlights of Jordan & Israel
Nights: 7 | from £2,595pp
Encompassing Amman, Jerash and the Rose City of Petra in Jordan and Israel’s most historic holy sites, this 8 day itinerary takes you to many of the places featured in the Bible or associated with Jesus and his followers.
Nights: 6 | from £1,595pp
Jordan is a land of great natural and cultural splendour yet compact proportions. This means that in just eight days you can pack in a wealth of experiences, from visiting Biblical big-hitters and millennia-old rock-carved cities to ethereal Arabian deserts and the saltiest of seas. That’s one wonderful week.