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Check in/Check out: Centro Mada Amman

Located in the centre of Jordan’s capital, Centro Mada Amman offers a range of facilities to suit business and leisure travellers alike.

Within easy reach of Amman’s airport and business district, the King Hussein Business Park as well as a range of historic and cultural attractions and shopping hubs, Centro Mada Amman is perfectly placed for busy travellers.

Offering sophistication and value for money, 194 spacious rooms and suites, state-of-the-art leisure options, amenities to make your stay convenient, outstanding dining venues and meeting facilities make the hotel a compelling option for both short breaks and long-term stays.

On the menu

With two innovative dining concepts, Centro Mada Amman ensures guests are always spoilt for choice. FLO is open around the clock, offering a delicious buffet breakfast, à la carte lunch, a takeaway snack from the deli or drinks and snacks in the casual bar area. Diners can enjoy a hearty meal in the venue's intimate indoor space or enjoy the ambience from the restaurant's outdoor terrace.

For al fresco dining, GLO, the hotel’s iconic rooftop bar, offers stunning Amman city views at this casual poolside lounge. The venue serves up snacks, light meals and refreshing beverages, day and night.

For busy travellers, a 24-hour in-room dining service is also available with fresh and tasty cuisine, catering to all tastes.

Rest and relaxation

For relaxation or rejuvenation, guests can relax at the temperature-controlled rooftoppool with sweeping views across the city, swim a few laps or sweat it out in the 24-hour gym.

Meeting expectations

Business travellers can make sure they don’t miss a beat with a choice of three meeting rooms well equipped with the latest audio-visual technology. Flexible set-ups are available and, for larger events, a dedicated function space offers all the amenities to host up to 60 guests.

Discover the best of Jordan during your stay

Jordan’s capital is a thriving metropolis offering an authentic glimpse into Arabian culture and heritage. Among the must-see sights are the famous Amman Citadel, home to spectacular Roman ruins, a world-class museum, mosques, souks and coffee houses all brimming with Amman’s inherent vibrancy.

If you choose to venture further from Amman, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Petra, once the capital of the Nabataean empire between 400BC and 106AD, is a must-see for any visit to Jordan and just a few hours’ drive from the city. With pristine tombs and temples from a world long gone by, the archaeological park is one of the Seven Wonders Of The World for good reason.

Just a short drive from Petra, visitors can take a scenic drive to the rolling red dunes of Wadi Rum, among the country’s most magnificent sites of natural beauty. Towering rock formations, infinite skies and dramatic landscapes of this desert destination offer visitors a feeling of being truly lost in space.


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