How the Mövenpick Hotel Amman looks from the outside.
Accor will take over an existing hotel in Jordan’s thriving
capital, thereby growing its footprint within the country to nine
Accor, which is one of the leading hospitality groups on the
planet, has increased its footprint in Jordan to nine properties
with the recent addition of the Mövenpick Hotel Amman.
This comes after Accor’s takeover and re-branding of another
218-room property located in the Kingdom’s vibrant capital. That
property has undergone a refurbishment that puts it in line with
Mövenpick brand’s standards, equipping it with the luxury
and premium hospitality guests have come to expect.
It all adds up to a thriving and successful portfolio of great
luxury properties in Jordan for Accor.
Mövenpick’s strong presence in Jordan
The Mövenpick Hotel Amman will mark the Swiss brand’s first
property in the capital city but its sixth in Jordan overall.
It will be strategically located in the west of the city, near
the area’s central business district, with easy walkability to
popular malls and major cultural attractions, including the
Citadel, Temple of Hercules, Roman Amphitheatre and the Royal
Automobile Museum. In terms of transportation, Queen Alia
International Airport is also located just 30 minutes away.
Reflagging to Mövenpick is likely to be a strong move for the
property, given that the brand resonates well in Jordan because of
a existing strong market presence. This particular location is also
expected to become a destination for meetings and events, leisure
and dining, all without having to leave the heart of the capitol
city, an area that is popular with both residents and visitors.
“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,” said Michael Nugent,
Vice President Operations Levant & Pakistan, Accor. “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,
provides business and leisure travellers with even more choice of
quality accommodation options in the capital, from midscale to
More about the Mövenpick Hotel Amman
For its part, the Mövenpick Hotel Amman will feature 218 rooms
and suites, along with an extensive set of amenities, including
four restaurants, seven meeting rooms, and a grand ballroom with
space to accommodate as many as 1,200 people.
In addition, there will be an outdoor swimming pool, a gym,
sauna, steam room, and an executive floor and lounge. One of the
highlights of the property will be a top-floor presidential suite
with a balcony that has a Jacuzzi and absolutely stunning views of
the city skyline. Also of interest to future guests is the fact
that later this year guests will be able to earn benefits there as
part of Accor’s loyalty program.
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Source: FS – All-Hotels-Blogs
Opening of Mövenpick Hotel Amman bolster’s Accor’s Jordan portfolio