The hotel has revealed a new look for its property in Jordan’s capital
Set in the Abdoun residential district, the hotel has been completely redesigned with interiors inspired by local aesthetics, art and culture.
Carried out by Richmond International, the redesign is visible upon arrival at the hotel, which now features a new road that takes guests to a redesigned vestibule area leading to the grand lobby. Once inside, the reception features a fusion of modern and traditional elements and the lobby includes floral centrepieces by local florist Alissar.
Four Seasons Amman lobby
The hotel’s 163 rooms feature clean lines and tailor-made furniture accented with pale grey and sandy tones and have been updated to incorporate advanced in-room technology.
All 29 of the property’s suites have also been refreshed and dressed in rusty oranges, reds, golds and greens.
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Speaking about the completed project, Four Seasons Amman general manager Carlo Stragiotto said: “Through this renovation, it was our goal to completely revitalise the look of the hotel, as well as create a more relaxed feel that reflects the aspirations of today’s discerning travellers.
“I would like to thank our business partners in Jordan and internationally for their patience during the period of the renovation. The team in Amman is filled with pride at the completion of the renovation and we look forward to welcoming back all our valued guests.”
Richmond International principal Fiona Thompson added: “Amman is considered the focal point of most innovative trends and cultural initiatives in the region, where urban European cool mixes with a renewed sense of Arab pride. We wanted to design a concept that blended local traditions with more modern textures creating a sophisticated and glamorous setting. Our aim was to incorporate a mix of old and new, representing the layered history of the city that the property overlooks. An intimate destination oozing personality and Jordanian hospitality that is the place to be seen.’’
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