Top executives already have enough tough choices and compromises to make in the boardroom without having to worry about settling for second best in the rest of their everyday lives. With this in mind, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide to some of the finest products and services available in Jordan that are sure to satisfy even the most demanding of high flyers.
A Room with an (Exclusive) View
Amman has no shortage of high end hotels. But if you’re after a room with a little more luxury than most, here are four reassuringly pricey prospects.
The Royal Suite at the Four Seasons Hotel
This 300-square meters suite is located on the hotel’s top floor. It boasts two bedrooms, a living room, and a dining room that can accommodate up to 12 people, in addition to three balconies. It comes with a 24-hour butler service and a 180-degree view of Amman.
Price: JD3,800 per night, subject to availability.
Grand Royal Suite A at the Grand Hyatt
This 72-square meter suite comes with a spacious living room, bedroom, dining area, office, and kitchenette. It also features a Jacuzzi and sauna, a large terrace, and a 24-hour butler service.
Price: JD4,200 per night.
The Royal Suite at the Sheraton
This 150-square meter suite comes with a bedroom, living room, dining area, and dressing room. It also comes with a balcony, a private butler, and a Jacuzzi.
Price: JD3,400 per night.
The Royal Suite at the InterContinental
The 236-square meter suite features two bedrooms, living area, dining room, and kitchenette. By staying here you will also enjoy access to a private butler, separate check-in area, and access to a complementary meeting room.
Price: Starts at JD2,500 per night.
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