4.0
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What We Love

  • A bar open till the wee hours
  • Indoor and outdoor pools mean swimmers don’t have to miss a stroke
  • Five eating options from swanky Italian to a laidback poolside grill

What To Know

  • Babysitting is available for an extra charge
  • There’s a surcharge for the hotel’s airport shuttle of $70 per vehicle (one way)
  • Guest room WiFi costs $21 per day

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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Overview

A dazzling white-stone modern property perched on a hilltop in Amman’s Embassy District

The Lowdown

This double towered, 13-story modern build is hard to miss atop one of Jordan’s hills. The 268 rooms, some with private terraces, have city views and contemporary décor in muted shades. Business amenities, including high-speed Internet access and a business center, are a given in this Embassy District location. But the hotel comes into its own when it’s time to clock off — there’s an indoor lap pool complete with twinkling star ceiling and an outdoor pool with sun deck. Restaurant and bar options include a fancy Italian, an all-day restaurant serving Asian-style dishes and a laid back bar and grill by the pool.

In the Area

Amman can be broken down into eight “circles” surrounding roundabouts: the first circle is the edge of downtown, which is the oldest part of the city. Western-style shopping options include the airy Albaraka Mall topped with a huge glass dome, but for a more unique experience check out the chaotic Abdali flea market (Thursday evenings and all day Fridays), or the more traditional shops downtown, including Souq El Yemenieh. The impressive Wadi Abdoun Bridge is a curving structure with three Y-shaped towers that’s a sci-fi spectacle worth seeing. It connects the fourth circle to Abdoun Circle, good for restaurants, cafes and nightlife.

How to Get There

Sheraton Amman Al Nabil Hotel
5th Circle
Amman, 11184 Jordan

Reviews

4.0 Very Good 643 Reviews
Nice cozy Bar
Reviewed 7 days ago

I am a regular guest at The Bar at Sheraton Amman, hanging down there with my friend every Thursday. Nice place cozy quiet atmosphere ,with a good service and very friendly employees.
The only thing I don't like- which it seems that they are having a serious problem is the rewarding program> the SPG which is the point that you gain in spending in the hotels rooms or outlets.
Since over a year now the points are not recorded at my account.
Although we did speak to the manger there and the guest relation still no action has been taken, not only that but we contacted overseas SPG call center ! Still same !

Great hotel and staff - best gym ever!
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Stayed overnight on business and am very impressed. Ive stayed before but never made use of the gym but this time did. Its got to be one of the best hotel gyms Ive ever used/seen. Its huge and has the lot!

The hotel is well located, clean, speedy book in and out, friendly, and the food is yummy.

The Filipino staff are great as is the Ukrainian lady in the bar (sorry forgot the name).

Overall a very good stay thanks Sheraton

A great place
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is one of the best hotels in Amman…
many amenities and facilities. rooms are spacious and staff are very friendly and hospitable.
it is more expensive that others (but still cheaper than many), so it is really a good choice.

Excellent Service!
Reviewed 1 month ago

The hotel is very nice and modern. The rooms are very nice, clean and spacious. The location is in a nice location where all the big hotel names are located.

Service is excellent! The front desk and the concierge are very helpful. The staff at Spice Garden are just outstanding. Christine, the hostess, always greeted us with a lovely smile and was helpful. Saif and Jhoey were so attentive and took very good care of us. Every morning, these two made us felt like home and made us felt special. The manager at Spice Garden did a wonderful job training the staff. Kudos to him as well as Ameen at housekeeping dept. We enjoyed our time during breakfast due to their service. Food, however, needs improvement.

Everyday our room was well-dusted, cleaned and organized. Thanks to Christinne, Ann Rose and Maricel. Their manager Ameen made sure the girls did their job. The housekeeping department were on top of things keeping the guests very comfortable.

The Club Lounge was another added comfort for us during our stay. Thanks to Mohamed Al-khawaldeh. He was so helpful and very attentive not just to us, but to all the guests that visited the Club. He’s perfect for job. He makes sure the place is well-provided with food and service.

Overall, our experience was wonderful due to the entire staff service. This is probably the best hotel we’ve ever stayed due to service. We’ve stayed in other 5star hotels such as Ritz Carlton, Westin, Four Season, Shangrila, Marriott just to name a few and in terms of service, this place offered probably the best.

The only negative thing I would add is that the pillows are not comfortable. The pillows are too lumpy so hopefully that will change.

I was charged for a valet parking several times a day despite it was supposed to be free for hotel guests.
Reviewed 1 month ago

Every thing was perfect except the Valet parking guys who charged me several times a day, despite I told them that I was a guest in the hotel.
I was told all hotel guests are supposed to pay.
On the other hand when we made the reservation it was mentioned the Valet parking was free.
In all cases there was no way to self park, you are not allowed to self park.