Accor debuts Mövenpick brand in Amman

Mövenpick Hotel Amman features 218 rooms and suites, four restaurants and seven meeting rooms

Mövenpick Hotel Amman
Mövenpick Hotel Amman

Accor has announced the opening of Mövenpick Hotel Amman bringing its portfolio in Jordan to nine properties.

The hotel, which is the Swiss brand’s first property in the capital, is located in the west of the city. 

“Raising the first Mövenpick flag in Amman marks a milestone for the brand in the country where its Middle East growth story began and today operates six high-profile properties across Aqaba, Petra and the Dead Sea," Michael Nugent, vice president operations, Levant & Pakistan, Accor, said.

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"The new hotel not only complements these popular resorts, but Accor’s three additional properties in the capital, across the Fairmont, Le Grand – soon to be reflagged to Sofitel, and Ibis brands and provides business and leisure travellers with even more choice of quality accommodation options in the capital, from midscale to luxury."

Mövenpick Hotel Amman features 218 rooms and suites, four restaurants, seven meeting rooms and a grand ballroom accommodating up to 1,200 people.

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