An integrated hotel and entertainment complex has opened its doors in Amman.
Le Royal Hotel Amman was officially opened by King Abdullah II, four years and three months after his late father, King Hussein, laid the first stone for the complex.
Le Royal offers the highest standards in hospitality, comfort, fine dining, health & fitness, and leisure, said a spokesperson.
"A member of the Leading Hotels of the World, the 281-room hotel offers more than a hotel," said the spokesperson.
"It is home to 14 restaurants and entertainment outlets, that will allow guests to sample a variety of international cuisine. Additionally the hotel holds within its 24-storey structure a shopping mall with three state-of-the art cinemas.
"In addition to Amman's largest and most modern health and fitness centre covering over 7,000 sq m, the hotel also offers two floors of deluxe office space to let."
The hotel's 281 guest rooms are distributed throughout the complex, and include of 32 suites and two Royal Suites.
All rooms offer interactive communication systems.
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