Marriott’s the St Regis Amman makes its debut in Jordan

The St Regis Amman features 260 guestrooms, suites and apartments and is part of Jordan’s Eagle Hills project

The St Regis Amman has made its debut in Jordan
The St Regis Amman has made its debut in Jordan

Marriott International’s St Regis Amman has opened its doors in the Jordanian capital.

The property features 260 guestrooms, suites and apartments, as well as the Astor ballroom, which comprises 10 meeting rooms.

It also offers four F&B outlets including Mercato Andaluz, the Tamara, the St Regis bar and the Tea Lounge.

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The St Regis Amman hotel is the third collaboration between Marriott International and Eagle Hills Jordan following the debut of W Amman and Al Manara last year.

The St Regis Amman’s general manager Erden Kendigelen said the property will offer guests an “unparalleled experience” both befitting the destination and true to the legacy of the brand.

Meanwhile, Eagle Hills Jordan’s executive director Abdallah Al Fraihat said the opening would strengthen its relationship with Marriott International.

“As the leading developer in the Kingdom, we are proud to introduce higher standards of hospitality and launch Amman’s newest luxury landmark; The St Regis Amman,” said Al Fraihat.

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