DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Aqaba is located in the center of Aqaba where it is a short walk from the shopping area and a short drive to the beach. Lie back and marvel at stunning Red Sea views from the edge of the infinity pool. Refresh after an energetic workout or swim, with a variety of exotic cocktails and mocktails, freshly squeezed fruit juices or nutritious energy drinks at the Infinity bar.
the Doubletree by Hilton Aqaba is also available as part of our ‘Egypt & Jordan’ tour that is great fun and quite breathtakingly amazing.
Featuring contemporary Italian design, the spacious guest rooms and suites provide a peaceful retreat with views of the city or the Red Sea. Enjoy a 50-inch LED TV, complimentary WiFi and a large desk. Superior rooms provide private balconies furnishing stunning views of the Red Sea.
Maintain your exercise regimen in the 24-hour fitness center. Marvel at views of the Red Sea from the infinity pool. Relax in the steam room, whirlpools and sauna.
If you’re a fan of ancient civilisations Jordan makes for a fascinating visit. The Arab nation is home to historic monuments, sprawling nature reserves and incredibly well-preserved archaeological sites. The jewel in the country’s crown is undoubtedly Petra. The ancient city is believed to have been settled as early as 9,000 BC and is notable for the intricacy of its stone structures, carved straight out of the rock. Jordan is best explored in the spring months before the ferocious Middle Eastern summer temperatures hit.
Giant gorge crevices leading to ancient wonders and colossal sandstone slabs that swallow you up. You’re always on the brink of uncovering something spectacular with a holiday in Jordan. You’ll be on your own real life Indiana Jones discovery as the rocks give way to a tantalising glimpse of the Red Rose City. This is Petra, one of the world’s most treasured relics. Jordan has a subtropical climate with hot, dry summers and cooler winters. Jordan is a gold mine of history deep in the desert. It lies humbly under the radar for most travellers, even though it has an arsenal of phenomenal historic sites definitely worth bragging about. This is where you’ll find Petra, the prehistoric capital cut into a rock face; Amman, home to a Citadel that makes it one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world; the parched, Mars-like desert of Wadi Rum; and important biblical sites including Bethany Beyond the Jordan and Mount Nebo.