Amman is modern and ancient capital of Jordan, and is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. It’s now inhabited by more than 4 million people. Amman had a total of 140 hotels by the end of 2015 with different classifications from One-Star to Five-Stars.Amman’s 140 hotels have a capacity of 10,778 rooms and 19,453 beds in which 10% of them are five stars with 3,950 rooms and 6,366 beds.
With an average occupancy rate of 46%, Amman with its different hotels classifications had 1,115,537 overnight visitors, 43% of them were Arabs and 19% were Jordanians. The 14 Five-Starshotels are led by Intercontinental Hotel with the highest number of rooms (440 rooms), while the lowest number of rooms for a Five-Starshotel was for the Bristol Hotel with 170 rooms.
Demand on hotels varies from season to season. In Amman, Spring is the highest season,and Autumn is the lowest.
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