Madaba is historically one of the oldest towns of the Middle East. It was part of the lands allocated by Moses). This was the land of Moab.

Later it became known as the Christian town of Madaba and contains many churches; most of them ruined but where you can still sees some extraordinary mosaics from the 7th and 8th centuries. This was Madaba's "golden age" when it was an important town and the seat of an archbishop.

Transport between Madaba and Amman is excellent, with regular buses going to and from all the main bus station in Amman. There is easy road access to the Desert Highway, the main north-south highway in Jordan, and it is possible to take the Ring Road around Amman to reach Jerash and the Desert Castles. Madaba makes a very good centre for visiting north and central Jordan.

  • 24 hours front desk
  • Restaurants
  • Bar
  • Outdoor swimming Pool
  • Conference Room
  • High Speed Internet
  • 24 hours Room Service
  • Cafe & Terrace
  • Business center
  • Foreign Money Exchange
  • Concierge services
  • Multilingual staff
  • Valet Parking
  • Fitness Room
  • Transportation Arrangement
  • Gift Shop
  • Central heating & cooling