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Jordan offers the visitor an excellent choice of four-star hotels in locations ranging from the capital of Amman to the Dead Sea coast, from the towns of Madaba and Jericho to the Red Sea resort of Aqaba. These hotels offer very high levels of comfort and amenities, and usually a splendid view from your room, balcony or terrace, all in a price that won’t break the bank. Let Expedia’s search features help you plan your perfect four-star hotel in Jordan.
Amman is Jordan’s capital, a blend of Greco-Roman history, Islamic tradition and forward-facing modernity that offers the visitor a wide variety of sightseeing, shopping and eating options. Take some time to visit the Jordan Museum and the beautifully preserved Roman Amphitheatre, admire the architecture of the King Abdullah Mosque, and do a spot of bargain-hunting in downtown Al-Balad. Your hotel staff will be happy to help you plan your excursions, with a wide range of day or multi-day trips available to such attractions as the Dead Sea, Petra and Wadi Rum.
The Jordan River empties into one of the world’s truly unique geographical features, the Dead Sea. Its salt-saturated waters and healing muds are a magnet for wellness seekers from around the world, and the low-lying waters and surrounding mountains are simply spectacular, especially at sunset. The Palestinian West Bank boasts the famous Qumran Caves, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered, and Masada, the dramatic hilltop fortress where Sicarii rebels held out against the might of Rome is also worth visiting from your Dead Sea four-star hotel.
Heading south brings you to two of Jordan’s great desert attractions. The ancient Nabataean site of Petra is truly one of the world’s wonders, an incredible city carved from the red rocks. To walk through the Siq and see the Treasury opening up before you is one of the most dramatic moments you will ever experience. And the nearby valley of Wadi Rum, with its monumental sandstone and granite scenery, offers classic desert spectacle to satisfy everyone’s Lawrence of Arabia fantasies.