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Historical Sites in Jordan
Jordan's natural treasure and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, the rose city is admired for its massive architecture and ingenious complex dams and water channels, located within a three-hour drive of the hotel.
No trip to the region would be complete without the magical sensation of “floating” in the mirage-like Dead Sea. Rich in minerals and salts, and edged with translucent rock salt, this is the world’s deepest salt lake (and the lowest point on earth) at 430 m (1,410 ft) below sea level, located less than an hour’s drive from the hotel.
Cobbled streets still bearing the ruts made by Roman cart wheels run the length of the Greco-Roman city of Jerash. A jewel in the Roman Empire at its height, the structures still remain largely intact and are often topped with exquisitely carved Corinthian capitols. Located less than an hour’s drive from the hotel.
An oasis for scuba divers and sun worshippers, Aqaba hosts one of the world’s northernmost coral reefs and a shopping arcade flush with local artisans. With no shortage of entertainment, dining experiences and striking views, this Red Sea city is a must see. Book your scenic retreat at our sister hotel Hyatt Regency Aqaba Ayla and enjoy dazzling blue lagoons, an exclusive marina and the fairways of the 18-hole Ayla Golf Club.
The Roman Theatre - Amman
The restored Roman Theatre, which dates back to the 2nd century AD is built into three sides of the hillside, it seats around 6000 people and is still used for performances today.
The Amman Citadel is an archeological site at the center of downtown Amman, the capital of Jordan. The L-shaped hill is one of the seven hills that originally made up Amman.
Religious Sites in Jordan
Mount Nebo - Madaba
Mount Nebo is the highest point in the ancient Kingdom of Moab, referenced in Abrahamic texts as the site of Mount Nebo this township was first inhabited by a Christian nomadic tribe in the 4th century. Explore your religious roots in the religious town or visit Mt. Nebo where it is believed that Moses died as he viewed the Holy Land. "And Moses went up from the plains of Moab to Mount Nebo, the top of Pisgah, which is opposite Jericho." (Deuteronomy 34:1). On a clear day there is a magnificent panoramic view over the Dead Sea and the Jordan Valley with the towers of Jerusalem visible on the skyline.
Al-Maghtas, the Baptism Site of Jesus of Nazareth, signifies a landmark moment of the origin of Christianity. Religious and non-religious tourists alike will walk through a peaceful path of gorgeous Dead Sea vegetation to the location where Jesus was Baptised by John The Baptist. Located nine kilometers to the north of the Dead Sea visitors will have the pleasure of viewing sites built during the Roman and Byzantine empires. Al Maghtas is listed on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List.