For those that don’t want to hire a car in Amman or shell out 18 dinars for a taxi from the airport to the city center, buses from Amman airport to Amman are a good option.
The Sariyah Airport Express bus leaves the Amman airport from Terminal 2. The bus is yellow, and is hard to miss.
You can purchase tickets for the Amman airport bus at the small ticket office in the arrivals hall of Terminal 2. Bus tickets cost 3 dinars for a one way ticket.
Buses to Amman run from 7am until 3am. They depart every hour on the hour from 7am until 11pm, then once at 1am and once at 3am.
Buses from Amman to the airport run from 6am until 4am. They depart every hour on the hour until 10pm, then once at 2am and once at 4am.
Buses from Amman airport to the city center make several stops at major destinations. You can ask the person at the ticket office where the best stop is for your hotel in Amman.
Jordan in Springtime
The best time of year to visit Jordan is in either the spring or the autumn.
During these times the weather in Jordan is warm but not too hot, and there is a lot less rainfall than during the winter months.
March and April are some of the best times to visit Jordan, as the spring wildflowers are in full bloom. Temperatures are in the high 20’s C, 80’s F during these months. The winter rains and flash floods have for the most part stopped by early March.
October and November is another of the best times to visit Jordan. The summer heat is not as strong anymore by October and November. Temperatures in those months in Jordan are similar to those in March and April. The winter rains will not have started yet, and it is a pleasant time to visit the country.
Le Meridien Amman
Le Meridien Hotel
Address: Queen Noor Street, Shmeisani, PO Box 950629, Amman, 11195 Jordan
Phone: (962) (6) 569 6511
Le Meridien Hotel is a luxury hotel in Amman. Located in the hip Shmeisani neighborhood, Le Meridien is a popular place to stay for both business travelers and those visiting Jordan on holiday.
Le Meridien Amman’s guest rooms are decorated in deep blue hues with starched white linens. Luxury amenities come standard, and suites are large and spacious.
There are several restaurants and bars at Le Meridien Amman. The atrium bar, called Tiffany Bar, is popular in the evenings and offers live piano music. It serves a range of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks as well as food.
The restaurants at Le Meridien Hotel in Amman include an Italian restaurant, a Chinese restaurant, and a Lebanese restaurant. The restaurants have rotating monthly offers, for example a free bottle of Arak with dinner.
Le Meridien Hotel also has a fitness center, pools, and a spa for those wanting to work out, relax, or rejuvenate while in Amman.
Room rates at Le Meridien Hotel in Amman start at 104 dinars a night.