Grand Hyatt Amman
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
Best time to Visit
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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.
To start planning your vacation to 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.
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
Clare Monro (Staff)
This hotel is a really good alternative to the Four Seasons for those who don't want to spend quite as much. It's really comfortable and has similar dining options to most hotels in Jordan (main restaurant, Asian restaurant, Italian restaurant), as well as the added bonus of the Deli. Service is good and it makes for a very comfortable stay in Amman.
Sophie Jones (Staff)
Located in the center of Amman and not far from the Business district, this hotel was my preference for the Business traveler, this being my immediate reaction on entering the hotel. High security is prominent throughout all hotels in Jordan, especially in Amman. With a variety of restaurants I found there was no need to go looking for places to eat in the city. If you are looking for a cheaper alternative to the Four Seasons this is the hotel to go for.
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.
Ajloun Forest Reserve - Houses Trail
The Houses Trail is guided and takes 3-4 hours, stretching 7-8km. Winding through the lovely Ajloun Forest Reserve, you eventually reach Orjan Village where you visit the Soap House and the Biscuit House, and then the Calligraphy House in Rasun Village.
Ajloun Forest Reserve - Orjan Village Tour
Covering a distance of 12km and lasting around 6 hours, this tour explores Orjan Village, giving visitors the opportunity to explore the Jordanian rural lifestyle. With beautiful scenery, you will hike through orchards, past dramatic rocks and springs.
Ajloun Forest Reserve - Soap House Trail
The Soap House Trail is guided lasting 2-3 hours over a distance of 7km. It begins at the visitors center of Ajloun Reserve, a beautiful evergreen forest reserve, ending up at the Soap House in the village of Orjan where local ladies make natural soap.
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.
Cooking and Dining at Beit Sitti
Spend the evening at the charming Beit Sitti, learning how to cook traditional Arabic cuisine which you can then enjoy for dinner. This is a wonderful introduction to Middle Eastern cuisine, in a warm and welcoming setting.
Dinner with a Local Family
Spend the evening with a local family in Jordan's capital, Amman. Enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal and socialize with the family, learning about their day to day life, culture and customs. This is a lovely way to gain an insight into life in Jordan.
Floating in the Dead Sea
Floating in the Dead Sea is a rather extraordinary experience, and a must-do when visiting Jordan. This is one of the few cases where pictures really can be believed, and it is possible to float practically on the surface of the mineral-rich water.
Jeep Ride in Wadi Rum
Wadi Rum offers stunning vistas, wide open spaces and fascinating natural rock structures. You will have a one-hour jeep ride here to visit the Khazali Canyon, the rock bridges, Lawrence of Arabia's house and ancient Nabataean inscriptions.
Jerash is famous for its spectacular Roman ruins. The archaeological site presents you with one of the finest examples of a preserved Roman city anywhere in the Middle East. You will have a half-day tour of Jerash with a private local guide.
Jordan's Desert Castles
Jordan's desert castles are beautiful examples of early Islamic art and architecture. Some features include fine mosaics, frescoes, stone and stucco carvings and illustrations. Visit Amra, Azraq and Kharraneh for a full day from Amman.
Built in 1161 by the Crusaders, Kerak is a perfect example of medieval 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' center which explains the map in more detail.
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.
Royal Automobile Museum
Enjoy a visit to the Royal Automobile Museum in Amman. This is a great option for motor enthusiasts, or even for those with just a mild car interest. The museum features over 70 classic cars and motorbikes, each with their own story.
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.
Tour of Petra with a Local Guide
A two-hour tour of Petra with a private local guide which will include a walk through the Siq before moving to the Treasury (El Khazneh), the intricately carved Royal Tombs, Street of the Facades and finishing at Qasr al Bint.
Umm Qais, previously known as Gadara, lies to the northwest of Jordan, in the hills above the Jordan Valley. It was once one of the cities that formed the Roman Decapolis, and offers impressive ruins and wonderful views.
Wadi Mujib Ibex Trail
The Ibex Trail is a guided trail within Wadi Mujib, running parallel to the Dead Sea and hiking through a number of dry wadis before ascending into the nature reserve. The trail lasts approximately four hours.
Amman, Dana, Feynan, Petra, Wadi Rum & Dead Sea
from $4000 pp 11 nights
- Impeccable and friendly service
- Delicious breakfasts with a different flavour smoothie each morning
- Iced water in cool boxes for every couple on the beach
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.
How to get there
5-hour direct flight from London Heathrow to Queen Alia International Airport, Amman, with British Airways. The hotel is just five minutes by car to downtown Amman and just 30 kilometers from Queen Alia International Airport, 30-minutes by car or taxi.