With stunning views of the city, the 252 rooms present a whole palette of tones and colours and a variety of rich fabrics. All the rooms are spacious and elegantly furnished in a classical style, but if you have the chance, you should opt for one of the suites, or, for that extra special occasion, the Royal Suite, located on the eighteenth floor. This sumptuous 150 square metre haven has hosted such great names as the late King Hussein and President Mubarak of Egypt. One floor up is the health club and at the very top there's an indoor pool on the roof terrace - a perfect setting for a bathe and a light meal or a drink while admiring the panoramic view. When it comes to dining, you can choose between the delights on offer at the Al Madafa restaurant, or Trader Vic's with its tropical ambience, exotic specialities and cocktails accompanied by the live music of a Cuban band. And, of course, the hotel is an ideal location for exploring this fascinating city of contrasts, between the desert and the fertile Jordan Valley.