Cafe de Paris at the Sheraton Amman Entertainment Center has reopened following a month long renovation period.
"Cafe de Paris was completed as planned and is offering a casual, relaxed and trendy atmosphere to our guests," stated Jan Kirstein, general manager of the Sheraton Amman Al Nabil Hotel & Towers.
Sheraton Amman Entertainment Center-Abdoun commissioned the Stat-Ipos Company to conduct a market research entitled 'We've listened to you!'. The findings, based on extensive polling, shed light on the overall look, pricing, menu and parking space.
Cafe de Paris now features a new decor. It provides the French ambiance with a typical French cafe style menu and live entertainment. A bridge has been specially built to annex an area for free parking situated behind the Cafe de Paris, The Big Fellow and the Galleria Cinema complex.
Cafe de Paris, decorated and furnished to the uppermost standards, offers a range of delights and beverages. From a salad bar to an elaborate coffee, ice cream to tempting desserts and fresh juices. Featuring pizzas from a wood fire oven.
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