The Four Seasons Hotel Amman
At a Glance
The Premium Rooms are the same as the Superior Rooms but located on higher floors for better city views
The Four Seasons has both an indoor and an outdoor pool, located on the rooftop
The hotel has a good range of dining options, with menus to suit all tastes
The Four Seasons is conveniently located, only a short drive from the bars and restaurants of downtown Amman
The hotel offers a great combination of comfort and luxury
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.
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The Four Seasons Amman occupies a fantastic location within Jordan's capital. This luxurious city hotel combines smart rooms, excellent service, and a great range of facilities, including a choice of restaurants and a pool, to ensure a comfortable stay.
The Four Seasons Amman has 15-storeys, offering sweeping views of city. There are 192 generously-sized guest rooms and suites, which have all been luxuriously furnished and have a smart city-hotel feel, whilst still being wonderfully comfortable. The rooms have modern amenities, and bathrooms feature a separate bathtub and shower.
The hotel has two inviting swimming pools, one indoor and one outdoor, located side by side on the rooftop. The temperatures in Jordan can be quite cool in the autumn and spring, and snow in winter is not uncommon, and so a decent-sized indoor pool is a welcome facility. For ultimate relaxation, head to the hotels' spa, which embraces the country's natural resouces with the use of Dead Sea products.
The Four Seasons has three restaurants, which feature French, Mediterranean and grill menus. Afternoon tea is available at The Foyer Lounge, and the SIRR bar offers a speakeasy-style setting and extensive drinks list.
The Four Seasons Amman offers guests 192 rooms, which feature spacious marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs and separate glass-walled showers. All rooms have city views, which get better the higher up you go. Amenities include high-speed internet access, LCD TVs and DVD players, in-room safe, tea and coffee makers and a minibar.
Children are welcome to come and stay at the Four Seasons, although there are no specific facilities for them. Interconnecting rooms are available on request, and the rooms can accommodate an extra bed. Children can use both swimming pools, but the outdoor pool is only open for children between 10am and 6pm.
Facilities at the hotel include two swimming pools; one indoor and one outdoor, a spa and fitness center.
There are three restaurants to choose from. Olea serves an extensive buffet breakfast, La Capitale has a classic French brasserie menu, and FIVE Grill & Lounge offers casual dining including burgers, pizza and steak. FIVE Grill is also where the resident DJ plays at weekends. The Foyer Lounge offers light lunches and afternoon tea in a comfortable setting, and the SIRR bar boasts an extensive drinks menu and speakeasy style.
Amman is a modern city, but there are some fascinating pockets of history to explore, including the Citadel and Roman Theatre. To the north of Amman lies Jerash, which boasts impressive Roman ruins that are well worth a visit. The Four Seasons is only a short drive from the bars and restaurants of Rainbow Street and downtown Amman.
Clare Monro (Staff)
If you go for the Four Seasons, then you are going to get the Four Seasons, so to speak. World-renowned service, as well as food and comfort. Definitely one of the most luxurious choices in Amman.
Sophie Jones (Staff)
Being a Four Seasons this hotel did not fail to impress me. As with many of the hotels in this group once you are inside the hotel you could be in any city in the world. The Four Seasons Amman is orientated more around the leisure traveler and would be described as the most luxurious hotel in Amman, you pay for what you get. I found my stay here extremely comfortable, not surprising when you are sleeping under 100% Egyptian Cotton sheets. The service and restaurants follow the Four Seasons brand, nothing is too much for the staff and the food is delicious.
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.
Explore the best of Amman, including the Citadel Hill, Roman Amphitheater 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.
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.
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.
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.
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, Petra, Wadi Rum & Dead Sea
from $2900 pp 9 nights
- This itinerary takes in the key sites of Jordan's fascinating history, whilst still leaving plenty of time for relaxation at the end of the trip
- It is always worth taking the King’s Highway to Petra rather than the newer Desert Highway, as it winds through glorious wadis (valleys) and small towns. There are a number of interesting places to stop, such as the Crusader Castle at Kerak or the religious sites of Mt Nebo or Madaba.
- Even Wadi Rum is bursting with history, being the location in which Lawrence of Arabia's Arab Revolt was launched
Jordan for Families
Amman, Petra, Wadi Rum & Dead Sea
from $2500 pp 7 nights
- A superb family itinerary, ideal for children 8 and up
- Ideal times to visit are during Easter Vacations, May Half Term or October Half Term
- Spend a night as a family under the stars camping out in the desert in Wadi Rum, and why not enjoy a camel ride amongst the dunes
Jordan in Depth
Amman, Dead Sea, Dana, Feynan, Petra, Wadi Rum & Aqaba
from $4900 pp 12 nights
- Takes in all of the highlights of Jordan, including iconic sites such as Petra, and off the beaten track gems like the Dana Nature Reserve
- Combines culture, activity, adventure and relaxation
- Plenty of opportunities for stargazing and watching stunning sunsets
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.