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Crowne Plaza Amman

Explore Amman

Explore the best of Amman from Crowne Plaza Amman, with top attractions, dining, shopping, and entertainment options just minutes away.

Things To Do

Things To Do

The Roman Amphitheatre

Al Hashimi Street,

The Roman Theatre in Amman, a famous landmark in Jordan's capital, dates back to the 2nd century when the city was known as Philadelphia. It has a seating capacity of 6,000. The Theatre and Odeon, located south and east of the new Hashemite Plaza, can be easily reached from the Roman Nymphaeum located a short walk away in the southwest.

Mount Nebo


Mount Nebo, located in Jordan, is a high ridge standing at 2,680 ft above sea level. It is mentioned in the Bible as the spot where Moses saw the Promised Land. The top offers a sweeping view of the Holy Land and, to the north, a partial view of the Jordan Valley. On a clear day, the West Bank city of Jericho and even Jerusalem can be seen from the summit.

Dead Sea

Dead Sea,

The Dead Sea is a salt lake located between Jordan and Palestine, with a surface and shores at the lowest elevation on land at 1,412 ft below sea level. It is the deepest hypersaline lake in the world, measuring 304 m (997 ft) deep with a salinity of 34.2% (in 2011), 9.6 times saltier than the ocean. When visiting this attraction, consider staying at Crowne Plaza or Holiday Inn Dead Sea.


Petra - Wadi Mousa,

Petra, also known as the Rose City due to the hue of its carved stone, is a historic and archaeological city in southern Jordan that was originally named Raqmu by the Nabataeans. Known for its rock-cut architecture and water systems, Petra was possibly established as early as 312 BC as the capital of the Nabataeans. It is a prominent symbol of Jordan and the country's most popular tourist destination.



Aqaba, the largest and most populated city on the Gulf of Aqaba, is Jordan's only coastal city and serves as the center of the Aqaba Governorate. With a population of 188,160 and a land area of 144.8 square miles, Aqaba is a key contributor to Jordan's economy through its dynamic trade and tourism industries.



Jerash, formerly known as Gerasa, is the largest city and capital of the Jerash Governorate in northern Jordan, located 30 miles north of Amman toward Syria. The Governorate, with an elevation ranging from 820 to 980 ft, has a diverse geography featuring cold mountains and fertile valleys, ideal for cultivating a variety of crops.

Souk Jara

Rainbow Street, Amman,

Souk Jara is a destination where you and your loved ones can experience the beauty of Jabal Amman while exploring one of its oldest streets, seeking unique items not found in standard stores, listening to great music, and sipping a cup of coffee.

Down Town

The downtown area of Amman, Jordan, is the historical and cultural heart of the city. It is characterized by its narrow streets, traditional architecture, and lively markets. Some of the most notable landmarks in the downtown area include the Roman Theater, King Abdullah Mosque, and Al-Hussein Mosque. Despite its many modern developments, the downtown area of Amman retains much of its old-world charm, making it a popular tourist destination and a beloved area for locals.


Al-Abdali is a neighborhood in Amman, Jordan, named after the historic Al-Abdali Bridge. It is a bustling commercial and residential area, known for its modern buildings, shopping malls, and recreational activities. The area has been undergoing a major redevelopment program in recent years, aimed at transforming it into a modern business district and a hub of activity for residents and visitors alike.

Local Tips

Local Tips

Must See

Climb to the Citadel, Amman's highest point, for terrific views and a clamber among ruined tombs and temples spanning 7,000 years of civilization. Down the hill is the Roman amphitheater's deep-sided bowl hewn into the rock, 20 minutes from the hotel.

What's New

The Galleria Mall has chosen specialized designs to provide all the required services to our visitors, so they can enjoy pleasant shopping trips. Moreover, The Galleria Mall is a blend of international and local brands, with a variety options of retailers, restaurants, cafes, and exciting family entertainment zone.


Amman's Roman Theater, is a famous landmark in the Jordanian capital, dates back to the Roman period when the city was known as Philadelphia. The large and steeply raked structure could seat about 6,000 people; built into the hillside, it was oriented north to keep the sun off the spectators.

Must Do

The Dead Sea lies in the rift valley, and its main tributary is the Jordan River. The surface and shores of the Dead Sea are 423 meters, (1,388 ft) below sea level, making it Earth's lowest elevation land. with a salinity of 33.7 percent, the Dead Sea is one of the saltiest bodies of water.

Don't Go Home Without

Spend an unforgettable day absorbing the quiet grandeur of Petra's rose-red city, hidden in a deep canyon, 250 km from Amman. A narrow cleft in the rock brings you to the majestic treasury carved into sandstone. Beyond is a wonderland of temples and tombs.