The Boulevard Arjaan by Rotana The Boulevard Arjaan by Rotana

Abu Dhabi-based operator Rotana has opened its first property in Jordan, featuring 391 fully furnished and serviced hotel apartments.

The Boulevard Arjaan by Rotana is located in the heart of Abdali, the new downtown area of Amman, and sits with The Boulevard, a mixed-use development featuring residential, entertainment and business outlets.


“We are extremely proud to be opening Rotana’s first property in Jordan, which is a milestone for our company,” said Rotana president & CEO Omer Kaddouri.

“The Boulevard Arjaan by Rotana will pass on the Rotana values and promise of exceptional service and Treasured Time to the Jordanian market and will meet the expectations and the demands of travellers seeking first-class service and accommodation at a central location.”

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Among the facilities at the property are three conference rooms, the Bodylines Fitness & Wellness Club and two rooftop swimming pools.

Food & beverage options at the hotel include Café Italia, a contemporary Italian-themed restaurant, and Café Margaux, which will open in September.

The hotel is the 11th to open under the Arjaan Hotel Apartments by Rotana brand and adds to the operator’s network of 12,000 rooms across 19 cities in the Middle East, Africa, South Asia and Eastern Europe.

“Showcasing a blend of cultures and home to several tourism attractions, Amman is rapidly developing as a cosmopolitan city and the centre of Jordan’s cultural, political and cultural spectrum. The hotel complements the city’s hospitality scene and adds a new dimension of modern accommodation meeting the needs of the country’s visitors,” said The Boulevard Arjaan by Rotana general manager Atieh Hamarneh.

“The hotel’s location within Abdali, home to global multinational companies, and proximity to the capital’s tourism attractions sets it as the ideal destination catering to the needs of long- and short-term travellers and tourists looking to work, shop, dine and have fun in one vibrant spot.”