Le Meridien Amman completes refurbishment

 Le Meridien Amman has announced the completion of the refurbishment project of the facade, as well as several other locations on the property.

Recently, the 4,305 square-foot Victorian-style Grand Ballroom has been unveiled, now decorated with mahogany wooden walls, gold-plated wall-mounted lighting, crystal chandeliers, and hand-tufted royal blue carpets. The ballroom is connected to a 430 square-foot VIP lounge.

Le Meridien Amman’s new main entrance has also been renovated, as were the chain restaurant Benihana and the Mukhtar Lebanese Restaurant.

Furthermore, the completion of the Abdali overpass is said to help facilitate accessibility to the hotel from different locations.

Le Méridien currently has 105 properties in 50 countries. It recently opened new hotels in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Chiang Rai in Thailand, Shimei Bay in China, and Dallas, Texas in the US. Le Méridien will open hotels in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Panama City, Panama, and Xiamen, Chongqing Nan’an, and Qingdao in China. The company also recently signed new hotel deals in Taipei, Taiwan.

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