Four Seasons Hotel Amman Invites Guests to Celebrate Summer at the Newly Renovated FIVE Grill & Lounge
Four Seasons Hotel Amman is celebrating the summer in style with the opening of the newly renovated FIVE Grill & Lounge, an open yet sculpted space combined with a fresh colour scheme and a striking balance of nature’s greenery and dimmed lights.
Immersed within a tastefully curated spectrum of neutral hues, the ambience exudes an exquisite charm, expertly crafted through the comforting allure of plush seating nestled beneath the canopy roofs.
The restaurant overlooks the Fifth Circle along with an opulent cityscape contributing to the aesthetics. Bedouin-inspired canopies and independent trees resemble the vast desert shrubs with a modern twist. Tranquil and serene lounge music alleviates the ambience for early evening dining and later transcends into DJ music throughout the night. The open kitchen was curated to allow the fragrances of live food preparation fused with exquisite tastes to elevate the dining experience.
FIVE Grill & Lounge represents the five human senses of sight, smell, touch, taste, and hearing, which create a wholesome experience in a quaint and warm atmosphere. Natural and biophilic materials, such as raw-cut marbles, enhance the dual nature of the space for dining and lounging. The locally grown plants not only add to the aesthetics but also serve a meaning to the space enhance the visual, thematic, and sensory experience.
FIVE Grill & Lounge is 420 square metres (4,520 square feet) and can accommodate 34 guests in the dining area and 64 guests in the lounge area. Guests can order from a variety of snacks, sandwiches, and wraps from the lounge area or delicious pastas and steak by the dining area combined with a special variety of mocktails and cocktails including the signature 5 O’Clock or the Basil Lemonade.
- FIVE Grill & Lounge is open every day from 5:00 pm until 1:00 am; reservations are essential for the dining area; call 06-550-5555.
- The lounge area is open to guests on a first-come-first-served basis