Grand Hyatt Amman
The Grand Hyatt Amman is set in the heart of Jordan's capital city and is a comfortable hotel from which guests can base themselves for local sightseeing, both in Amman and further afield in Jerash. The Grand Hyatt has great facilities and service.
At a Glance
The Grand Hyatt is a comfortable city hotel in Jordan's capital, Amman
The Grand Hyatt has seven restaurants and bars, including the outdoor terrace which is great for sundowners
The Grand Hyatt's spa uses Dead Sea treatments, giving it a very Jordanian feel
Upgrade to a Club Room to enjoy access to the Club Lounge, where there is complimentary soft drinks throughout the day and alcoholic drinks and canapes before dinner
There is no need to go looking for places to eat in and around the city when your hotel provides such a fantastic variety of some of the finest restaurants in Amman.Scott Dunn team
For party people, the Grand Hyatt's nightclub, JJ's, is the place to go on a Thursday night!Scott Dunn team
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Grand Hyatt Amman or take a look at our itineraries to Amman Dead Sea
The hotel’s 311 rooms and suites are all tastefully furnished with the usual facilities one would expect from a top-class city hotel. Rooms boast contemporary decor with arabesque touches and feature king or queen size beds, or two twin beds, all with magnificent city views. Bathrooms feature marble baths with separate walk-in showers.
The Club Rooms have their own lounge where complimentary coffee, tea and soft drinks are served throughout the day, with evening cocktails and canapés on offer from 6pm to 8pm.
The hotel has seven restaurants and bars including a deli, delightful indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a fitness center and a spa containing saunas, steam rooms, whirlpools, massage and treatments rooms using Dead Sea products.
The Grand Hyatt Amman features rooms with contemporary décor and arabesque touches, offering magnificent views over Amman. The large marble bathrooms have a separate bathtub and shower. All rooms feature Wi-Fi, satellite TV, air-conditioning, a minibar and a safe. Club Rooms have access to a private lounge, which serves refreshments throughout the day and evening cocktails and canapes in the evening.
Children are welcome to come and stay at the Grand Hyatt Amman, although there are no specific facilities for them.
Facilities at the hotel include seven restaurants and bars, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a fitness center and spa.
32Degrees North is the main restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Grand Hyatt's signature restaurant is the Italian L'Incontro, open for lunch and dinner, and Indochine is the Vietnamese restaurant, open only for dinner. The Grand Deli offers homemade breads, pastries and cakes, as well as fresh salads and sandwiches, which can be enjoyed with a cup of freshly brewed coffee. Cocktails and shisha are available on the Terrace, or guests can opt an indoor drink at the Lounge. JJ's nightclub is located in the basement and has a dance floor.
There is a lot of interesting sightseeing to be done in the area. The Roman ruins of Jerash are located approximately 45 minutes from Amman. The city of Amman itself has a Citadel, Temple of Hercules, Roman theater, Ummayyad Palace and museum which are all interesting. There are also various shopping opportunities, in the modern shopping malls and souks.
Amman City Tour
Visit the Roman city of Jerash
Location & Directions
Grand Hyatt Amman is located on Hussein Bin ali Street in the heart of Amman’s business and diplomatic district, and is conveniently linked by walkway to Zara Expo and the Hyatt Tower. The city center is easily accessed by private car where the Citadel and Roman Theatre can be visited.
When to go
For a small country, Jordan has an extraordinary range of climates. The best time to visit climate-wise is in spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November), when the daytime temperatures aren't too extreme. April is probably the best month, when temperatures are warm and wildflowers are in bloom. March can be cold and rainy in the north but is balmy by the Gulf of Aqaba and the Dead Sea.