Rotana has launched its second hotel in Amman with a total investment of approximately $280 million.
Deputising for His Majesty King Abdullah II, Jordan’s Prime Minister Hani Al-Mulki patronised the official opening of Rotana Amman, which brings the group’s combined inventory in Amman to 803 rooms, suites and hotel apartments, making Rotana the largest hotel operator in the Kingdom whilst employing 900 Jordanians.
In his speech during the opening ceremony, Chairman and founder of Rotana, Nasser Al Nowais said: “The opening of Amman Rotana encapsulates Rotana’s broader growth vision and expansion plans, as we reinforce our leadership in the region and continue our pursuit of delivering unparalleled hospitality experiences that our guests have come to associate with the Rotana brand. ”
“Jordan is among the top tourism destinations in the region and the opening of this new hotel enhances our growing portfolio in the Jordanian market, which includes The Boulevard Arjaan by Rotana in the new Abdali downtown area. We look forward to enhancing our presence in the Kingdom’s tourism sector as part of our vision of operating more than 100 hotels globally by 2020. We remain committed to providing our guests with only the best services, while maintaining the highest levels of luxury, privacy and comfort across all our hotels,” he added.
Amman Rotana towers 188 meters and features 50 floors that include 412 rooms and suites designed to combine luxury and comfort. Additionally, the hotel is home to a number of dining venues.
Located in Amman’s new downtown as an integral part of the Abdali project, the hotel is centrally located with 360-degree panoramic views of the capital and its seven hills. Amman Rotana is adjacent to The Boulevard Arjaan by Rotana and in close proximity to the Boulevard.