The Fairmont Amman is the most glamorous hotel in Jordan's capital. The property features a range of fantastic facilities, as well as a diverse choice of restaurants. Although fairly corporate, this a great option for those seeking a luxury city hotel.
A luxurious and smart city hotel
Located only a short drive from the vibrant downtown and Rainbow Street
There are a number of fantastic restaurant options, including Mediterranean, Jordanian and Japanese
Excellent facilities including a fabulous rooftop pool and wonderful spa
The Fairmont Amman is in a great location, within easy reach of the airport and only a short drive from the city's vibrant downtown area and historical sites, such as the Citadel and Roman Theatre. Whilst much of your time in Amman will be spent out exploring the city, whilst you are at the hotel, there are some brilliant facilities to enjoy, including a fabulous rooftop pool and inviting spa.
There are 317 rooms and suites, which have been luxuriously appointed, and offer great views over the city and surrounding hills. The rooms are delightfully spacious, starting at 42 square metres, and combine contemporary design with tasteful, classic decor.
The Fairmont has a wide variety of excellent dining venues, including Nasim, which offers great local Jordanian options, Salt, which has a delicious grill menu, and Tsuki which serves some of the finest Sushi options in the city.
When to visit
The spa and gym facilities are fantastic, and so make the most of them during your stay
The Fairmont is located in the 5th circle of Amman, close to the affluent neighbourhood of Abdoun and next to the Zahran Diplomatic area, which is a key commercial and residential district.
It is a five-hour and 15-minute flight from the UK to Amman, and then the Fairmont is 35-minutes from the airport by road.
Ajloun Castle sits on top of Mount 'Auf, towards the north of Jordan. The castle has a fascinating history, offering an insight into the many changing empires, armies and societies that have inhabited this part of the Middle East through the centuries.
Explore the best of Amman, including the Citadel Hill, Roman Amphitheatre and Archaeological & Jordan Folklore Museums.
Amman Walking Tour
Visit Amman's Roman Theatre, Byzantine Basilica and the Citadel and Ummayyad Palace during a walking tour of Jordan's capital city. During the tour you will also be able to take in the varying architecture and bustle of Amman's downtown area.
Bethany Beyond the Jordan
Visit the site where it is believed John the Baptist performed baptisms in the river Jordan. The site is referenced a number of times in the Bible, most notably as the baptism place of Jesus Christ. A handful of churches have been built in the area.
Floating in the Dead Sea
Enjoy some time free at leisure in the Dead Sea. Floating in the Dead Sea, where you float almost on top of the mineral-rich water, is an extraordinary experience and a must-do when visiting Jordan.
Built in 1161 by the Crusaders, Kerak is a perfect example of mediaeval castle design. The castle is a dark maze of stone-vaulted halls and passageways. Its most famous occupant was Reynald de Chatillon, who had a reputation for treachery and brutality.
Known as the City of Mosaics, Madaba is most famous for the Church of St George which contains a superb mosaic map of the Holy Land dating from 560AD. There is an interesting visitors' centre which explains the map in more detail.
Madaba & Mt. Nebo
Be marveled by the impressive mosaics of St. George Church in Madaba, followed by an excursion to Mount Nebo where Moses once viewed the Holy Land from.
According to the Bible, in the book of Deuteronomy, Mount Nebo is where the prophet Moses was shown the Promised Land for the Hebrew people. Today, the site contains a church and impressive mosaic collection.
Showbak is an isolated Crusader castle, located around an hour north of Petra. Whilst it is more dilapidated than other castles such as Kerak, the setting is very dramatic; perched on a hillside and offering extensive views of the surrounding area.