The Four Seasons Amman
At a Glance
The Premium Rooms are the same as the Superior Rooms but located on higher floors for better city views
The spa has a complimentary juice bar and relaxation area
The Four Seasons has a squash court, located next to the gym
For early risers, coffee, tea and muffins are available in the foyer from 4.30 am to 6.30 am - perfect for those with an early flight to catch
The Four Seasons has both an indoor and an outdoor pool
If comfort comes high on your list when you travel, the Four Seasons is the one to stay at.Scott Dunn team
Go for a premium room, rather than a superior room, for fantastic views across the city.Scott Dunn team
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to The Four Seasons Amman or take a look at our itineraries to Amman Dead Sea
The 15-storey Four Seasons Hotel Amman offers 192 generously sized guest rooms and suites. The rooms are tastefully furnished to the highest standards with fantastic views overlooking the city of Amman. These high-tech rooms have the most luxurious bed linen and in the large marble bathroom, you’ll find a deep free standing tub, double sinks, and a spacious separate shower.
The Four Seasons' spa uses the locally sourced remedies found at the Dead Sea with natural sea salts and minerals, herbal botanicals and aromatherapy oils. The Four Seasons has three restaurants, offering Asian, International and Italian cuisine, and two delightful swimming pools, a squash court and a wellness center.
While much of the city has been built over the past 50 years, significant archaeological remains give testament to its place in history. Within an easy day trip lie the ancient ruins of Jerash and Petra, as well as Bethany Beyond the Jordan, Madaba and Mount Nebo. The Desert Castles are a fascinating day's sightseeing in themselves. The surrounding landscape ranges from the desert of Wadi Rum to the fertile Jordan Valley to the salty shores of the Dead Sea. Aside from the many art galleries, museums and historical sites of Amman, horse riding and tennis are both within easy reach of the hotel or you can hit the Dead Sea for a float.
The Four Seasons Amman offers guests 192 Rooms including 12 Superior Rooms, 39 Deluxe Rooms, 111 Premium Rooms, 15 Executive Suites and 5 Deluxe Suites. Rooms feature spacious marble bathrooms featuring deep soaking tubs and separate glass-walled showers. Many afford fantastic views of the city. Amenities include high-speed internet access, LCD TVs and DVD players, in-room safe, tea and coffee makers and a private refrigerated bar.
Children are welcome to come and stay at The Four Seasons. Babysitting is available at the hotel and there are inter-connecting rooms and suites to accommodate families comfortably. However, there is no Kids Club at this hotel.
Facilities at the hotel include two swimming pools - one indoor and one outdoor, spa, a squash court, steam room, sauna, wellness center/ fitness facilities, whirlpool, business center and three restaurants.
The restaurants include the main restaurant, Seasons; Asia, which serves Chinese, Japanese and Thai food; and Vivace, the Italian restaurant. Asia and Vivace are open for lunch and dinner, but Seasons also serves breakfast, as well as brunch on Fridays. There are also three bars and lounges, including the Square Bar which serves cocktails and light snacks; the Foyer Lounge, serving continental breakfast, light meals and afternoon tea; and FIVE Grill and Lounge, with a wonderful atmosphere and casual food such as wood-fired pizza, high-end seafood and steak dishes.
Services include a 24 hour concierge, 24 hour room service with dining, laundry services and complimentary shoeshine.
Other than the fitness, swimming and spa facilities both horse riding at the Arabian Horse Club and tennis at King Hussein Sports City are on offer within 15 minutes drive of the hotel. There is also some excellent diving in the Dead Sea which is under an hour away. Amman has a fascinating cultural history and there are plenty of museums, art galleries and sites to visit.
Location & Directions
Located on Al-Kindi Street between the prestigious Al Sweifiyah residential area and the Shmeisani financial district, in the heart of Jordan’s bustling capital city. Downtown Amman is easily reached by private car or taxi for the Citadel and the Roman Theatre.
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.