Landmark Amman Hotel & Conference Center

 Al-Hussein Bin Ali Street, 11118 Amman, Jordan


Holiday Inn Resort Dead Sea, an IHG Hotel

 Main Dead Sea Road, 18186 Sowayma, Jordan

Lagos: Economy Class Return Ticket on Turkish Airlines
Dead Sea:   23-Dec-2021   -   26-Dec-2021
HOTEL 1: Landmark Amman Hotel & Conference Center
2 Nights , Half Board
Room Type : Standard Twin Room
Petra:   30-Dec-2021   -   31-Dec-2021
HOTEL 2: Holiday Inn Resort Dead Sea, an IHG Hotel
0 Nights , Half Board
Room Type : Standard Room
Aqaba:   27-Dec-2021   -   30-Dec-2021
cabin 5-7kg , checkin 2pieces 23kg Luggage Allowance
Inclusive of Visa Fee
  All transport and transfers in private AC vehicles

Total Price ₦950,000.00

Deposit Price ₦300,000.00

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Hotel Name :-
Landmark Amman Hotel & Conference Center
Star Rating :-
Hotel Address :-
Al-Hussein Bin Ali Street, 11118 Amman, Jordan
Room Type :-
Standard Twin Room
Board Type :-
Half Board (Breakfast and Dinner)
Description :-
The elegant Landmark Amman Hotel & Conference Center is located in the heart of the diplomatic and business districts of Amman. It offers free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. All the modern and spacious rooms of Landmark Amman & Conference Center have seating areas and satellite TV. Fitness n’ Wellness health club offers a wide range of gym equipment as well as a hot tub and a sauna. Massages treatments include a deep tissue massage and a shiatsu massage. There are 6 restaurants and bars, including Colors All Day Restaurant. Fresh juices are available at Sugar Cube. Ghoroub is located on the 13th Floor and serves delicious refreshments and cocktails. Landmark Amman is a 5-minute drive from the Roman Theater. Marka International Airport is 5 mi away and 10 minutes by car to Sofex Exhibition. Free private parking is available.
Hotel Name :-
Holiday Inn Resort Dead Sea, an IHG Hotel
Star Rating :-
Hotel Address :-
Main Dead Sea Road, 18186 Sowayma, Jordan
Room Type :-
Standard Room
Board Type :-
Half Board (Breakfast and Dinner)
Description :-
This Holiday Inn Resort, on the edge of the Dead Sea, offers luxurious facilities including a private beach area. Each room features flat-screen TVs and free internet. Holiday Inn Resort Dead Sea is set in a lush garden and has an expansive outdoor pool surrounded by sun loungers. There is also a sauna and hot tub in the hotel’s health club. Guests can unwind with a relaxing massage treatment. The resort has 3 restaurants and bars, including an all-day dining restaurant, a speciality steak house and a beach bar. Guests can benefit from Holiday Inn Resort Dead Sea’s room service.
Landmark Amman Hotel & Conference Center Facilities:-
Aircond , Babysit , Bar , Barber beauty , Basket court , Billiards , Breakf buffet , Breakfroom , Businessc , Canoeing , Carrental , Casino , Continental breakf , Curexchange , Disabledg , Diving , Dryclean , Elevator , Faxcopy , Fitness , Freewifi , Games room , Garden , Gay friendly , Greek breakf , Heating , Horse riding , Hour24desk , Inpool , Ironing , Laundry , Library , Luggage , Massage , Meeting , Mini golf
Holiday Inn Resort Dead Sea, an IHG Hotel Facilities:-
Aircond , Babysit , Bar , Bar , Barber beauty , Basket court , Billiards , Breakf buffet , Breakfroom , Businessc , Canoeing , Carrental , Casino , Continental breakf , Curexchange , Disabledg , Diving , Dryclean , Elevator , Faxcopy , Fitness , Freewifi , Games room , Garden , Greek breakf , Heating , Horse riding , Inpool , Ironing , Laundry , Library , Luggage , Massage , Meeting , Mini golf , Newspaper , Nightclub
Flight Cabin:-
Economyclass
Refundable/Not Refundable:-
* Non-Refundable * Date change allowed with charges
Direction:-
Round Trip
Departure Airport:-
Murtala Mohammed International Airport (LOS )
Airline Name:-
Turkish Airlines
Departure Date:-
23-12-2021
Baggage Detail:-
cabin 5-7kg , checkin 2pieces 23kg
All transport and transfers in private AC vehicles

Known as the site of the baptism of Jesus Christ, the Jordan River is the source of all holy water in Christianity and has for centuries attracted pilgrims from across the world. Over the last 60 years, however, the river has fallen victim to the ongoing regional conflict and been reduced to a polluted muddy stream.

 

culled: origins.osu.edu

The Ma'in Hot Springs (Arabic: حمامات معين‎) also known as Hammamat Ma'in are a series of hot mineral springs and waterfalls located between Madaba and the Dead Sea in Madaba Governorate, Jordan.

 

Culled from: wikipedia

You may find this surprising, but Jordan is a much more expensive country than neighbouring Egypt, and prices are more comparable to Western democracies. For example, an inexpensive meal from a cheap restaurant or street food vendor will usually cost around USD $5-10 while a three course meal with drinks at a fancy eatery could set you back up to about USD $50. A double room in a nice, mid-range hotel will normally come to around USD $70 and renting a car will probably cost roughly USD $35 per day, depending on the car. It is quite hard to get around Jordan by public transport so car hire is recommended. Daily living could cost anything from USD $50-150 per day, according to your budget.

 

Culled from - onthegotours

There are dozens of different souvenirs worth picking up during your stay in Jordan. A traditional red and white Jordanian headscarf is an excellent purchase and has a practical application as it will keep the sand out of your eyes if you venture into the desert. Products containing Dead Sea minerals are also popular among travellers as they will leave your skin feeling fresh and rejuvenated and even, allegedly, cure a range of various ailments. For foodies, there is a vast array of spices and gastronomic delights that can be taken home, such as olives, Majool dates and sumac.

Silver jewellery is widely available throughout the country as well and can be customised. Many visitors choose to get their name or a significant word translated into Arabic to then wear as a necklace. Look out for high-quality artefacts including rugs, paintings, embroidery and woven items produced by local Jordanian women under the auspices of the Noor-Al Hussein Foundation and the Queen Alia Fund. A popular form of ceramic ware is ‘Jerusalem Pottery’. Platters are highly decorated with biblical-inspired designs including fish, peacocks, grapes and goblets of wine. Known as Hebron glass, colourful handmade glassware in brilliant colours is also a nice buy.

Is bargaining acceptable in Jordan?

This really depends on where you are trying to bargain! In restaurants, hotels, and when travelling on public transport, prices are fixed and it would be considered rude to haggle. On the other hand, market stalls, street vendors and even some tour operators will be willing to negotiate a price with you, particularly if you are buying in bulk. So it's always worth giving it a go.

 

Culled from - onthegotours

You should seek medical advice from your local health practitioner before travelling to Jordan and ensure that you receive the appropriate vaccinations. As a guide Tetanus, Diphtheria and Hepatitis A are strongly recommended. For more information on health advice for Jordan, check out the NHS Fit to Travel page or the CDC Traveler's Health page.

 

Culled from - onthegotours

 

The currency of Jordan is the Jordanian Dinar. Check OANDA for the latest exchange rates.

Pound Sterling, US Dollars, Euro and other major currencies can be exchanged in Jordan. Exchange facilities are available at various bureau de changes, and banks in major towns have ATMs. It's advisable to request bank notes in smaller denominations, as it can sometimes be hard to get change from large notes and smaller notes are handy for smaller purchases and gratuities.

Traveller's Cheques are not recommended as they're often difficult to exchange and incur high fees.

 

Culled from - onthegotours

When it comes to eating in Jordan, ditch the knife and fork and grab yourself some flatbread instead. This ubiquitous baked good is used for dipping, scooping and mopping as you dig into the wonders of Jordanian cuisine. Mezze is one of the kings of the dinner table in this country. This spread consists of several small plates of different foods, usually including hummus, olives, falafel, kibbeh (mince meat covered in bulgur and fried), salad, babba ghanoush, tabouleh, yoghurt and more.

Jordan’s national dish is Mansaf, lamb cooked in fermented yoghurt and served with rice or bulgur. Another meat-based delicacy is Zarb, slow-cooked lamb or chicken with vegetables and spices, traditionally made by burying the pot and the oven in the sands in the desert, although nowadays it tends to be made in a kitchen. Either way, the taste is sublime.

For dessert, many Jordanians feast on a sweet, syrupy treat like baklava, which can be found in abundance in pastry shops and cafes. Alternatively, tuck in to some Majool dates or knafeh, which is made using semolina and baked cheese and looks like a large orange disk.

Safe eating while travelling in Jordan

Food in Jordan is usually well-prepared and safe to eat but be wary when eating cold meat platters and cheese as Jordan is a hot country and if they have been left out for a while in the heat, they might make you unwell. If food is hot, make sure it is piping hot and avoid eating anything that might have been washed in tap water. Naturally, if a restaurant is crowded, it means it is popular and will probably serve good quality, safe food. On the other hand, if an eatery is abnormally empty or looks run down it's best to give it a miss and go elsewhere.

 

Culled from - onthegotours

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