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St Regis opens doors in Abdoun

By JT - Jun 12,2019 - Last updated at Jun 12,2019

AMMAN —The St Regis Amman officially opened its doors in Abdoun on Wednesday, according to a statement sent from the luxury hotel.  Abdallah Fraihat, executive director of Eagle Hills Jordan, the real estate company involved with the project, said his company was pleased to “introduce yet another globally renowned brand to Jordan”.

The hotel features 260 guestrooms, suites and apartments, as well as the brand’s signature St Regis Butler Service, which offers around-the-clock service and customises each guest’s stay according to their tastes and preferences, the statement read. 

“We are delighted to bring the renowned St Regis brand experience to Jordan and offer guests an unparalleled experience both befitting the destination and true to the legacy of the brand,” said Erden Kendigelen, general manager of St Regis Amman.

The hotel also carries with it four new culinary venues. Mercado Andaluz, the first Spanish restaurant in the city, according to the statement, offers Andalusian cuisine deeply influenced by Southern Spain. Art of Paella offers diners Mediterranean dishes in a farm-to-table concept.

Opening early July, Tamara, will showcase Levantine cuisine focused on seafood and organic produce infused with the region’s flavours and specialising in simple coastal dishes prepared and served sharing style.

Finally, the hotel houses the iconic St Regis Bar inspired by the King Cole Bar at the brand’s flagship in New York, as well as the Tea Lounge, where guests can enjoy the brand’s signature Afternoon Tea ritual.

The St Regis Amman also boasts 2,980 square metres of meeting spaces including the city’s largest pillarless ballroom.


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