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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
Very lovely staff from the reception, to the concierge and room services, Mr Khaled and Mr Mohamed and all the staff
The back services provided by Miss Faten and Miss Sadeen
Very good and tasty restaurant
The green lounge is particular, the music band and the good service provided by the responsables,Mr Ahmed and all the personal;
Excellent spa and fitness center, from the reception Miss Ines, to Mr Mahmoud and everybody,to the wonderful Spa specially when you will be treated by Miss Svetlena
Thanks for everybody who is making every stay in this hotel , a wonderful stay!
More than two years ago, our wedding was held in this beautiful hotel. From the day we booked for the wedding until the wedding was over and we checked out next day, we were sure that coming back is a must.
We did come back few days back and stayed for 3 nights to attend relative wedding held in the same place of ours. Memories came back from the moment we checked in. To be honest it is such a great hotel with a great welcoming smile and a great fast service. All employees are very happy to help you. Just feels like home, we booked a normal room without breakfast and we do faced the next day some issue with the AC, but directly next day we were upgraded to a premium room without any delay. Room was very cozy and comfortable, we loved it and we were so sad on the moment we were checking out. We were also given a late check out upto 3 pm.
We had once breakfast in our stay and was one of the best we had, good range of tasty and delicious food, all well cooked to your choice and service is the best, quick was a smile.
The wedding we attended was lovely, the ballroom was wide and spacious, food served was delicious and beautiful, wide range of great food and sweets. Service inside was great and fast.
Overall, we don't have much to say more than that, Sheraton amman is such a great hotel to stay in, it has this place in our heart that always reminds us of our beautiful memories even when just passing by the hotel. Thank you Sheration Amman for our lovely stays we had and will come back soon to stay more and more.
Was here from NY with family for the third time in three years. Kind, helpful, friendly staff. Excellent fitness center and pools. Terrific restaurants. All around fine, upscale accommodations. Will be back.
Amman has several really great hotels. I previously stayed at the Marriott and the Four Seasons. This time my company put me at the Sheraton. For my nine night stay, it was impressive in every way. Pros: 1) Young Ahmed at the reception was super every time I troubled him. Great English, very professional, but personable and friendly; 2) Muhammed in the VIP Lounge was also really forthcoming and the treats in the lounge were very nice; 3) I was upgraded to the Club level because of my Marriott status and the room was so nice. The safe, hot pot, TV, and AC all worked perfectly. 4) This was the biggest and most elegant bathroom I have yet seen in Amman. Really exceptional. 5) The breakfast buffet was very generous and the wait staff was great; 6) I really like the location, in a fairly quiet neighborhood with a short walk to Swafiya with it's many shopping options; 7) security was very visible. Negatives: I'm at a loss here; 1) one side looks out on a very busy intersection but I had that view from the Four Seasons and you can see such a great view of the city beyond and down the hill; Sorry, if there are real negatives I didn't observe them. With the Marriott [still maybe my favorite?], Four Seasons, Fairmont, and St Regis, there's lots of the supply at the top end of the range. If the rate is right, you can't possibly go wrong at the Sheraton.I'd return in a heartbeat. Thanks for a lovely visit.
We stopped by the restaurant to enjoy a glass of wine, and what we got was the best friendly face ever found in Jordan, Ibrahim, the server has kind and smiley . We chose a local Rose and red wine which were fantastic! However Ibrahim made a whole experience when the Chef offered complimentary a gorgeous tray with some appetizers !
Without hesitation is a lovely placed visited by foreigners with a lovely local touch considering international standards for all!