Crowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort & Spa to Open


 
 
 
 
 
 

Australian and New Zealand travellers can experience a new standard of opulence and rejuvenation with the opening of Crowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort & Spa on December 1, 2012.

Rich in beauty and with a culture that stems from one of the world’s oldest civilisations, Jordan offers ruined Roman cities, Crusader castles, desert citadels and powerful biblical sites.

Nestled on the banks of the Dead Sea – the lowest and most salient point on earth at – 423 metres below sea level, the resort will house 420 rooms and suites ranging from Standard King Room through to the decadent Club Floor Rooms and luxurious Royal and Presidential Suite – all with complimentary Wi-Fi for guests.

Crowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort & Spa is architecturally impressive with its distinct circular shape and neutral palette decorations reflecting Jordan’s natural vegetation and mirroring the indigo blues of the Dead Sea and earth-toned rainbow of the Kingdom’s desert land. The resort is also covered with over 60,000m2 of Italian marble and tiles, and each resort Chalet is named after ancient cities and villages in Jordan.

The resort is located just 30 minutes away from the country’s capital, Amman, and 45 minutes from Queen Alia International Airport.

Guests can relax in the resort’s vast 5,500m3 swimming pool, called “The Lake”, a shaded children’s pool, and a heated 300-metre beachside pool and Jacuzzi with sweeping views of Jordan’s longest stretch of private beach dotted with circular bungalows.

The resort also boasts eight bars and restaurants catering to all attests including traditional Lebanese dishes at Buri Al Hamam, Latin American delights at El Grito, spicy Asian cuisine at Sato Bistro, and healthy and vegetarian bites at Cuisine de Sante.

Surrounded by mountains and set against the backdrop of the ‘floating’ Dead Sea is the resort’s 6,000m3 Thalgo Spa, a tranquil space offering 30 treatment and steam rooms, three hydrotherapy pools, a beauty salon and fitness centre. The spa’s experienced team can help guests find sanctuary with a variety of mineral mud and seaweed wraps, deep tissue and oil massages, warm milk baths, and cosmetic treatments. The spa also offers an on-site dietician to help develop healthy eating plans for guests looking for an additional energy boost.

Guests can also enjoy evening entertainment at the resort’s Amphitheatre, and enjoy a cocktail whilst soaking in panoramic views at The Promenade. Parents can also enjoy the fully-supervised Freckles Kids Club, which offers art, dancing and music activities for younger guests.

The resort is the third Crowne Plaza to open in Jordan, joining Crowne Plaza Petra and Crowne Plaza Amman. IHG now have seven hotels in the beautiful Middle Eastern country including Holiday Inn Dead Sea Resort and InterContinental Jordan.

To celebrate the opening, Crowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort & Spa is offering guests a launch special of from AU$206* or  NZ$260* for a Standard King Room.

*Rates are per room, per night. Rates are subject to availability – terms and conditions and black-out dates apply.

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