Much as you would expect from an Intercontinental, this hotel provides the height of luxury to its guests. There are numerous restaurants and cafes here, as well as a small shopping mall with souvenirs, hairdressers, and travel agencies. Its imposing facade overlooks the third circle, only a short distance from the downtown area. Although many of its guests are business oriented, with all there is to do in the hotel, it is great for leisure travelers as well. The suites have full kitchens or kitchenettes for those who want a taste of the familiar or who want to try their hand at cooking Jordanian style. There is a 24 hour fitness facility with such luxuries as stretching classes and aerobics, and the spa provides every sort of luxury you can imagine. The rooms are tastefully and comfortably furnished, and all in all, this is a great place to rest during a visit to Amman.
Truly a hostel rather than a hotel, the Farah Hotel is one of the best choices for budget travelers. Located in a quiet area of bustling downtown, you get more than you would expect from a hotel for the price. Wireless internet and a friendly lounge with a television allow you to stay in touch with friends and family at home while meeting others. The hotel helps to arrange visits to places like the Dead Sea and Jerash, and these visits are much cheaper when shared with other backpackers. Although the rooms can get a bit chilly in the winter and hot water is only available during certain hours, it is still a great choice, summer or winter, for those looking to save money.
Whether you visit during January or July, the Four Seasons Hotel Amman will be waiting to welcome you with open arms. Its elegant décor begins with the cream-colored lobby and continues to the tastefully decorated rooms. The hotel is located on a hill and is 15 stories high, therefore most rooms have fantastic views of the surrounding city. While in the hotel, choose from a variety of activities, from surfing the Internet, to swimming in the pool, to dining at the restaurant, to a selection of books, dvds, and board games available for use.
This hotel dominates the skyline in Amman. Its circular structure is truly a recognizable landmark, making it easy to find your way back at night! Its 31 floors include 12 floors of guest rooms, and the rest is a mix of services, shopping, movie theaters, and dining. Its reputation boasts the highest recommendation, and the staff will do all it can to ensure a pleasant stay. If you are in town for business, the excellent business facilities allow ample space for large conferences of up to 2000 people, while the pool, fitness center, and restaurants ensure that there is fun to be had.
Located strategically near the airport, Sherina B&B is the perfect choice for a comfortable stay in Amman. Established by an Arabic-Dutch family, Sherina is a well-furnished, apartment style, luxury accommodation service. The elegant and spacious architecture with it's in-house restaurant, make it a popular option among vacationers.
Although perhaps not quite as good of quarters as that which the King of Jordan might enjoy, the Marriott Hotel in Amman comes close. With a variety of luxuries such as a fitness center, a sauna, and complimentary parking, this hotel lives up to the Marriott international standard. Business travelers will appreciate the meetings rooms with wireless internet, while everyone will appreciate the indoor and outdoor pools, and on-site restaurants serving a variety of cuisines. Close to local attractions and centrally located, the Amman Marriott Hotel is a great base from which to explore the city.
Located right in the heart of everything in downtown Amman, Cliff Hotel is a cheap night's stay. With the cheaper prices comes a little more grunge, perhaps a shared room, and a lack of amenities. But for the budget traveler who just needs a place to rest at night, this is a great option. For those with a heavy load be warned: it is on the third floor and you will have to walk up several flights of stairs to get to the hotel itself.
Located just next to one of the main mosques and the Jordan National Gallery of Arts, Caravan Hotel is a clean and comfortable place to spend some time in Amman. The hotel may not have very many fancy frills, but there is 24 hour reception which can be helpful for travelers who are uncertain about when they may arrive. Although there are not too many restaurants in this part of the city, food and sights are an easy and cheap cab ride away, and the streets around the hotel are quiet and leafy, and make a good place for a stroll.
The Bonita Inn truly has it all. Personal service, a restaurant, and a tapas bar all accompany the hotel, which is set on a leafy side street just off the main drag. The six rooms have daily housekeeping service and there is someone available at the reception 24 hours a day for those who get in on a late-night flight. Free breakfast makes getting out of bed a bit more palatable, and speaking of palates, there is a great variety of food available at the restaurant and the tapas bar. During the summer the restaurant features a menu which includes specialties like Asian Beef, and Seafood Ravioli. The full menu has many more choices with an emphasis on Spanish and Italian dishes. For lighter fare, try the Tapas bar with Latin music and all types of dishes for you to enjoy.