The Radisson SAS Hotel, Amman, recently launched the Royal Club Concept. The 260 room property, managed by the award winning European chain now features the luxurious new Royal Club rooms and services that cater especially for discerning business travellers.
The chain operates 12 hotels across the Middle East and North Africa. General manager Sami Ansari said the Royal Club concept provides the finest personalised service and facilities, a warm and relaxed atmosphere and an ambience which embraces the local culture.
Located on the property's tenth and 11th floors, the Royal Club Rooms are spacious, tastefully furnished and decorated. Equipped to the highest international standards, guests at the Royal Club enjoy the added benefits of a separate express check-in/out desk, an electronic safety deposit box, coffee and tea making facilities, choice of daily newspaper, bathrobe, slippers, quality toiletries and a late checkout – at no additional cost.
The Royal Club dining room, lounge and open-air terrace on the 13th floor offers spectacular views of the city, where Club guests can enjoy Radisson's famed Super Buffet breakfast free of charge, as well as evening cocktails and snacks, in addition to a large selection of local and international news publications.
The Radisson SAS Hotel, Amman, lies at the heart of the diplomatic and government district of Jordan's ancient capital. The hotel caters for both business and leisure travellers. It is an ideal base from which to explore the delights of old Amman city, as well as the vast beauty of the Jordan Valley. The vibrant city centre is just minutes away and Queen Alia International Airport is only a 35 minutes drive
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