On the 5,000-year-old King’s Highway is Madaba, City of Mosaics, dating from the Middle Bronze Age. Here, in the Greek Orthodox Church of St George, is the 6th-century Byzantine mosaic map showing the region from Jerusalem to the Nile.
Recreational facilities include the beach, beach lounge infinity pool, heated winter pool, summer beach pool, children's pool, playground and Dana Children’s Activity Centre. We also offer two private pools and a Jacuzzi, solariums, tennis courts, beach volley ball and a fitness room.
Visitors will be delighted by the riches the surrounding countryside has to offer – here are a few of the attractions. Should you need any advice or assistance with booking your day trip, please do not hesitate to contact our Guest Relations Department by dialing 6139 or visiting them in the lobby.
The overall ambiance is one of serenity and relaxation.
Madaba City Historical Site/Building
If you’re looking for the ultimate experience of immersion in nature, a night under the brilliant stars of Wadi Rum, surrounded by rugged mountains and desert, is an unforgettable experience.
Since the Roman Empire, these thermal mineral springs have been visited for treatments or simply to relax in the hot therapeutic waters. Located southwest of Madaba.
Identified for nearly two millennia as the spot where Jesus was baptised by John the Baptist. Dotted with churches, baptism pools and home to one of the earliest Christian prayer halls.
The most revered site in Jordan. On this presumed site of the death and burial of the prophet Moses, early Christians built a large complex, still an active monastery today. There are breathtaking views from the front of the church across the Jordan Valley.
A legacy of the Nabataeans, the site of this magnificent city was lost to the world for over 1,000 years until its rediscovery in AD 1812. Carved into rose-coloured cliffs, Petra is one of Jordan’s national treasures.