Kempinski's Ishtar Royal Villas in Jordan undergoes $1.5m renovation

Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea's Royal Villas have completed their renovation; the design was inspired by the Babylonian architecture of the hotel

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Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea has completed its US$1.5m renovation project for the Ishtar Royal Villas in Jordan. 

The designers were inspired by the Babylonian architectural concept of the hotel, which they paired with a streamlined contemporary approach. The different colour schemes of both villas have been chosen to integrate the Dead Sea soil and beach patterns. 

The newly renovated Royal Villas are housed over two open-air floors with a skyline ceiling and oak-wood walls decorated with intricate patterns.

It offers three master bedrooms, all with en-suite marble bathrooms featuring deep bathtubs and separate glass-enclosed showers.

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There are also two glass-fronted living rooms with access to large terraces overlooking the Dead Sea; a dining room for up to 12 guests with views of the Dead Sea and connected to a fully equipped kitchen; outdoor deck with an infinity-edge pool and whirlpool; a garden; and a state-of-the-art entertainment system throughout.

The Royal Villa also provides guests with their own private wellness area. The hotel's personal masseuse can provide guests with a complimentary massage in the privacy of their own treatment room. Other facilities include a steam room, sauna and shower room.

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