Sheraton Amman Al Nabil Hotel
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
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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
I stayed for 2 nights at the Sheraton in Amman and it was a good hotel, breakfast is very complete and the Italian restaurant nice for dinner and not too expensive. Rooms were nice an beds were comfy. The club lounge was also agreeable and high quality. I recommend to stay if in Amman. Good reliable hotel.
I ordered their special Thanksgiving dinner takeaway last night and it was the best decision I made! The prices were reasonable, the food was so delicious, the portions were big, and their timing was perfect. Thank you Sheraton Amman for never disappointing me and for providing such personalized superior service every time there is an event in my life... Thank you Yehya from Green lounge and all the staff who worked on my order last night. I highly recommend the Sheraton Amman for any and all your special events, their staff are not only highly trained professionals but also warm and supportive. Nour Almajali.
Hotel location is just great. Rooms are clean and big enough. The breakfast was great too i really have nothing to complain and again will stay at this hotel on the 24th of November because I really love my stay there . Highly recommend it
I loved my stay at the Sheraton. I was staying there for a conference after being very busy with work for the last three months. The bed was so comfortable and the room was very spacious! It was a delight to be able to relax every day after the conference.
1- The housekeeping clerk had my room door wide open and he was in the bathroom of the bedroom when I walked in so I could have taken anything from the desk including my iPad or computer and walked away. When I called to see if anyone was in, he came out and did not even ask me to slide my key to ensure this is my room. This is a serious security concern.
2- The housekeeping did not read the instructions on the laundry sheet but when I called to have this corrected, Mr. Tbaishat came to my room to take the 2 shirts which I needed for the next morning and he had promised to have them delivered at 10 AM which did not happen. I had to wear a dirty shirt that day because they were delivered way later.
3- I visited the gym and while I was trying to open the broken door with difficulty, one of the trainers came out from behind the desk to reprimand me for not knowing how to open a door in front of other guests. I did not want to respond because they were other guests as a gesture of respect, but I really wanted to tell her that her door handle is broken and I did not appreciate the fact that she treated me as if I did not know how to open a door in front of all these people and should have instead come over apologizing for a broken handle and assisted me to open it.