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Best Five Star Hotels in Amman

When you are working out your Jordan itinerary, you are going to want to decide where you want to stay in Amman. Below you will find all of the best five-star hotels in Amman and information on where they are located, how to get there and what is nearby!

Amman has all of the usual five star names that you are probably used to: Four Seasons, Fairmont, Kempinski, Crowne Plaza, Sheraton, Intercontinental and Marriott. It also has plenty of other luxury properties to stay at. Since there is no real international standard for hotels, these household names are the usual properties that offer luxury stays. When you start talking about four-star hotels in Amman, you will find a large category of independent hotels. A three star in Amman is going to be your basic hotel.

Below you will find all of the five star hotels in Amman with their popular amenities and where you will find them in the city.

Five Star Hotels in Amman

Best five star hotels in Amman Jordan.

W Amman

The W Amman is located in Amman’s up-and-coming new downtown, Al Abdali. The location of the W Amman in Al Abdali means that guests can gaze at the iconic Amman cityscape through floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as enjoy the high-energy interior, vivid design, and luxury amenities. The W Amman features a W signature bed, a rain shower and/or bathtub, and amenities from Bliss. Those who want to work out can use the state-of-the-art FIT gym, where yoga beckons on the sun terrace. Those who are looking to relax will enjoy the WET® pool and pampering treatments at AWAY® Spa.

Neighbourhood: Al Abdali

W Amman Features:

  • In room Coffee and Tea
  • Free wifi
  • 280 rooms including 44 suites
  • All day dining
  • Cocktail Bar
  • Asian inspired restaurant (Sushi)
  • Pool
  • Fitness centre / Gym

Read Reviews and Check rates online for W Amman

Movenpick Amman

Movenpick Amman is one of the newer 5-star hotels in Amman, but the Movenpick name is not unfamiliar to Jordan. You will find Movenpick properties all over Jordan and it is nice to finally see the name in Amman! The Movenpick Amman is located in Tla Al Ali neighborhood, which is located close to shopping and plenty of restaurants. Movenpick Amman has 218 rooms on 14 floors. All rooms offer free high-speed internet and a fully stocked mini-bar. Movenpick has 4 restaurants, one with all-day dining, a cappuccino lounge, and a cocktail lounge, the French Quarter Pub, on the first floor. If you are looking for views, check out the Rumors Lounge. There is a gym, spa, and outdoor pool at Movenpick Amman.

Neighborhood: Tla’ Al Ali

Movenpick Amman Features:

  • 218 rooms
  • Mini bar
  • All Day dining
  • Free Wifi
  • Cocktail lounge
  • Pool
  • Fitness centre / Gym

Read Reviews and check prices online for Movenpick Amman

Amman Rotana

The Amman Rotana is another newer 5 star hotel in Amman and is located in the Al Abdali district. The Amman Rotana was the first tower hotel in Jordan offering 412 lavish rooms and suites, housed across 50 floors. The hotel has a spa with a sauna, diverse culinary experiences multiple lounges and bars. The Amman Rotana has an outdoor swimming pool.

Neighbourhood: Al Abdali

Amman Rotana Features:

  • In room coffee and tea
  • 412 rooms
  • bathrobes and slippers
  • spa and sauna
  • Cocktail bar
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Underground parking
  • All Day dining
  • Steak house
  • Italian dining
  • 24 hour room service
  • Pool bar

Read Reviews and Check Prices Online for Amman Rotana

Four Seasons

Located on the highest hill of Amman, Four Seasons Hotel Amman boasts luxurious accommodation with panoramic views of the city. It is located on the main street (Zahrain St) at the 5th circle. The Four Seasons Amman offers indoor and outdoor pools, a gym, a spa and a squash court. The spa offers a variety of treatments. There are several dining options and lounges.

Neighbourhood: Abdoun

Four Seasons Amenities:

  • Free Wifi
  • Air Conditioning
  • 5 restaurants
  • Outdoor pool
  • Indoor pool
  • 24 hour state of the art fitness centre
  • squash court
  • Whirlpool
  • 24 hour room service
  • Babysitting
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room

Click here to read more reviews or book online

Landmark Amman

The Landmark Amman is the only Jordanian-owned five-star hotel in Jordan. It has recently been renovated and is located in the heart of the diplomatic and business districts of Amman, Al Abdali. The Landmark Amman is conveniently located a short walk away from the old city of Jabal Al Lweibdeh, as well as the new downtown area of Abdali. It is also well placed to get to the the main highways out of town and towards the airport. It offers plenty of room categories and features some of the largest rooms and suites. This is perfect if you are traveling with children. It offers free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. There is also a hot tub and spa on site. There are 6 restaurants and bars, including Colours All Day Restaurant. Fresh juices are available at Sugar Cube. Ghoroub is located on the 13th Floor and serves delicious refreshments and cocktails.

Neighbourhood: Al Abdali

Landmark Amman Features:

  • 258 rooms
  • Mini bar
  • All Day dining
  • Free Wifi
  • Cocktail lounge
  • Pool
  • Fitness centre / Gym
  • Spa Services
  • Babysitting on request

Click here to read more reviews and book online

Amman Marriott

The Amman Marriott is located in the Shmeissani district in Al Abdali. It features 2 restaurants, 2 bars, and a fitness centre and two swimming pools. It is located in the Shmeissani district in Al Abdali. The Amman Marriott’s restaurants are Mediterranean cuisine and Italian cuisine. Gourmet food, fine wine, and cigars are offered at the award-winning Library Lounge & Cigar Bar. Marriott Amman also has a sports bar, a tea lounge, and a piano bar. The spa offers a variety of treatments.

Neighborhood: Shmeissani

Amman Marriott Features:

  • 292 rooms with 25 suites
  • marble bathroom
  • two restaurants
  • two bars
  • Spa with various treatment options
  • Free Wifi
  • Pool
  • Fitness centre / Gym
  • Sauna
  • Remote “Jack Pack”, plug-and-play system.
  • Coffee/tea making facilities.
  • 24-hour room service.
  • Mini-bar

Click here to read more reviews and book online

Le Royal

Fairmont Amman

St Regis

Intercontinental

Bristol

Kempinski

Sheraton Amman

Crowne Plaza Amman

Amman Travel Resources:

When planning your trip to Jordan, start with these things to do in Amman. You will also want to check out the best restaurants in Amman and the best place to have breakfast in Amman.

Are you bringing the family? Check out this guide to Amman with kids.

If you will be based in Amman for your stay in Jordan, check out these unforgettable Amman day trips and the best Petra tours from Amman.

If you want to go to the Dead Sea, check out this post on the best hotels at the Dead Sea

If you plan on renting a car to do some daytrips, check out these handy posts: How to get from Amman to the Dead Sea. How to get from Amman to Petra. Make sure you get a quote on renting a car before you arrive. Rental cars are very popular in Jordan and should be booked in advance during the high season.

Make sure you are prepared for the weather. Check out Amman weather in January and Amman weather in February. It might be colder and wetter than you might think!

What to Pack for Amman:

Chap Stick (and lotion if you have dry skin) – Let me tell you, I do NOT have dry skin, but Jordan and much of the Middle East has a dry climate that many are not used to. Bring a good lip balm (I always travel with this one and you can get it on amazon here too) and your lips will thank you!

A Grayl Water Bottle is something I recommend for every traveller, not just those going to the Middle East. Some people say the water is safe to drink from the tap, others say it is not; it is not something I am going to chance. And Jordan has a HUGE garbage problem. The streets, the forests and even the desert are littered with plastic bottles. 

If you consider drinking at least 1-2 big water bottles a day while you are there, think of how much plastic that creates when every visitor and the population’s 9 million people do the same. With a Grayl, you can filter any tap water (or actually any water source) and have clean drinking water in seconds. Since most people travel with water bottles already, consider one like this with a filter so that you are not just pouring from big water bottles to small. It might sound expensive, but when you compare it to spending a few dollars per day on water while you travel (and do not forget how expensive the water is inside airports), you will pay for this very quickly.

An inexpensive Universal Travel Adapter is another must for Jordan. You will find an assortment of 220V plugs, from European 2 pin, another style of 2 pin and UK Plugs. While European 2 pin is most common, it is best to carry one of these adapters with you. With a handy USB input, you do not need to bring your plugs from home. 

Kleenex or Wipes are another thing to put on your list. Jordan’s public washrooms (and even restaurant or hotel lobby washrooms can often be unstocked. Unless you are good with a bidet sprayer, bring yourself some kleenex or wipes just in case!

Travel Insurance for Jordan

There are a few other things to think about when it comes to travel. The first thing is travel insurance. Whether it is an emergency room visit for something as simple as strep throat, or an emergency appendix surgery, or an unfortunate moped incident things do go wrong when people travel everyday.

I highly suggest travel insurance and a good policy. I personally never travel without it, and I even checked into my policy about care for my children if I am ever in an accident or hospitalized. There are just too many things to think about. 

You can find out more information and buy your travel insurance here. 

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