Jordan’s first international economy hotel expects UK surge

Jordan’s first international economy hotel expects UK surge

ibis Amman, the first internationally branded economy hotel in Jordan, is predicting a stronger and upbeat outlook for the year. In light of Jordan’s growing tourism initiatives and buoyed by higher than projected occupancy figures since it opened its doors in November 2009, the hotel is expecting a successful 2011. “In perfect synergy with the ambitious tourism targets of Jordan, Accor’s worldwide economy hotel brand ibis continues to grow,” said Christophe Landais, managing director of Accor Middle East. “Pioneering a new benchmark of high quality hotel services in Amman’s thriving hospitality industry, more and more guests now prefer to stay at ibis Amman enjoying our hotel’s impeccable service at the best value for money prices.” Located at the heart of a business and leisure district, only 30 minutes away from Queen Alia International Airport, ibis features 158 en-suite rooms.

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