From the ancient archaeological sites of Petra and Wadi Rum to the storied waters of the Dead Sea, Jordan is home to a wealth of experiences and attractions for visitors to explore. For travelers looking to discover the best of the Kingdom, the renovated Four Seasons Hotel Amman offers the ideal base in the heart of this capital city.
Set atop the tallest of Amman’s seven hills within the streets of the Abdoun residential area, the 15-storey, white stone-and-glass hotel places the Kingdom’s many wonders within easy reach.
Following the completion of its refurbishment programme, the property blends Jordanian hospitality with contemporary elegance to create a ‘home away from home’ for both local visitors and international travelers.
The hotel’s concierge team is ready to help travelers put together customized itineraries to explore Jordan’s capital and beyond. In addition to the fabled ruins of Petra and the famous waters of the Dead Sea, guests will have the opportunity to embark on off-the-beaten-track adventures such as beekeeping, road biking, and olive harvesting.
Mediterranean Tourism Investment Company (METICO) Chairman Hani Al Qadi said: “METICO is proud to be the owners of the luxury hospitality address in Amman since its opening in 2003. The renovation programme that was recently completed will further elevate Four Seasons Hotel Amman’s appeal as one of Jordan’s top luxury destinations and support and encourage the tourism sector in the country.
“We would like to thank all our local and international partners for completing the redesign of Four Seasons Hotel Amman.”
General Manager Carlo Stragiotto said: “At Four Seasons, we strive to offer our guests opportunities to enjoy authentic experiences that help them form a connection with each destination.
“With our renovation complete, the look of and feel of the hotel has been revitalized to create a more welcoming environment. We look forward to creating special moments for our guests and helping them make memories to last a lifetime.”
The renovation was carried out by renowned hotel design firm Richmond International, who crafted the original interiors for the opening of the property in 2003. Decorated in a palette of earthy tones, the Foyer Lounge features colors, textures, and materials inspired by the landscape that surrounds Amman.
Marquetry panels represent the Jordanian desert, while stone cladding and timber accents bring further touches of the natural world.
The décor in the 163 guest rooms echoes the natural theme in the Foyer Lounge. Characterised by pale grey and sandy tones, the rooms are offset with soft green accents. The colour scheme of the 29 suites is slightly warmer and complemented by rusty oranges, reds, golds, and greens, bringing the spirit of the desert and city to life.