Hotels in Jordan
Although the Middle East has become the epicenter of over-the-top development, the 26-room Feynan Ecolodge takes a radically different approach. The adobe-colored property, 2 1/2 hours from Amman, is both austere and alluring—and true to its bedouin roots.
311-room sandstone hotel in the center of the business district.
Stone-and-glass structure on a hilltop between the financial district and the quiet Al Sweifiyah residential area.
A 255-room Mediterranean-style hotel with a full-service spa.
Where else can travelers settle into a traditional Berber tented barbecue or opt for a cliff-top dinner in the Al Wadi desert? Only at this 97-room retreat, with a Six Senses spa and a waterfall-fed thermal pool.
There’s no question which hotel along the Dead Sea delivers the most over-the-top experience: the Kempinski, with its mega-size amenities and top-notch location.