Standing tall atop the highest of the Jordanian capital’s seven hills, Four Seasons Hotel Amman is a beacon of style in a city shaped by the fusion of Arabic, Islamic and Western cultures. This interplay of influences was the starting point for a top-to-toe makeover of the hotel’s 192 guestrooms and suites, thoughtfully executed by London-based interior design firm Richmond International; the company designed the hotel’s original interiors when it opened in 2003.
Inspired by Jordan’s earthy landscapes, which span expansive deserts, fertile hillsides and swathes of coastline, the guestrooms have been reimagined in pale grey and sandy tones with soft green accents, styled with clean lines, textures inspired by the landscape and panoramic windows affording spectacular views across Amman. Suites are finished in warmer hues, with rusty oranges, reds, golds and greens evoking the deserts of Wadi Rum and the sandstone walls of Petra. All the rooms and suites feature local artwork that draws upon local history and traditional artisanal crafts, whetting the appetite of guests seeking to explore Jordan’s alluring landscapes and mesmerising local culture.