The hotel features 45 spacious guest rooms and suites, all of which offer modern facilities with air conditioning, free Wi-Fi Internet access and luxury private en-suite bathrooms.
The Golden Sands Hotel luxury hotel, superbly located in the heart of Amman, with spacious, contemporary rooms to offer you a comfortable stay in style.
Perfect for both business and pleasure, shopping and sight seeing we are moments from excellent transport links, making us the ideal base for your time in Amman.
Room Service Breakfast is served from 07:00 am until 10:00 am in our Hotel's restaurant, we can serve a freshly prepared Continental breakfast.
Jordan (Arabic: الأردن al-'Urdunn), officially the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, is in Southwest Asia spanning the southern part of the Syrian Desert down to the Gulf of qaba. It shares borders with Syria to the north, Iraq to the north-east, the West Bank and Israel to the west, and Saudi Arabia to the east and south. It shares control of the Dead Sea with Israel, and the coastline of the Gulf of Aqaba with Israel, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt.
Amman is the capital and largest city of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (population c. 2.1 million). Amman forms a great base for exploring the country and does, despite popular belief, hold a few items of interest to the traveler. The city is generally well-appointed for the traveler, reasonably well-organized, and the people are very friendly.
Although not seen as much when in the air over ...
The site of Petra has been inhabited since very ancient times. Remains from the Paleolithic and the Neolithic periods have been discovered at Petra, and the biblical Edomites (Genesis 14:6, 36:20-30; Deut. 2:12) occupied the area about 1200 BC. Petra may be the city of Sela (which, like Petra, means "Rock") mentioned in the Old Testament (Judges 1:36; Isaiah 16:1, 42:11; Obad. 3; 2 Kings 14:7; 2 Chr. 25:12), but this is not certain.
landlocked salt lake between Israel and Jordan, which lies some 1,300 feet (400 metres) below sea level—the lowest elevation and the lowest body of water on the surface of the Earth. Its eastern shore belongs to Jordan, and the southern half of its western shore belongs to Israel. The northern half of the western shore lies within the Palestinian West Bank and has been under Israeli occupation since the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.
In a remote, quiet valley among the mountains of Gilead lie the ruins of Jerash, at one time a city of the Decapolis, and the only one of that powerful league through whose streets and monuments we can wander and see them as they were in its heyday, untouched except by the hand of time. Greater cities, such as Gadara and Philadelphia, have vanished almost without trace, but the remoteness of Jerash has saved it from ...