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Four Seasons Hotel Amman

  • 5th Circle, Al-Kindi Street, Jabal Amman, Amman, Jordan

Nick Solomon

General Manager
"I am driven by connecting with people and new cultures, and that is exactly what I am doing here in Jordan. I suppose one could say that I have made a career of living where others only dream of holidaying."


Four Seasons Tenure

  • Since 2018
  • First Four Seasons Assignment: Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island

Employment History

  • Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island; One & Only Cape Town, South Africa; North Island; La Residence Hotel and Villas, Franschhoek, South Africa; Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa, Avon, Colorado, USA; Ellerman House Boutique Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa; Hayfield Manor Hotel, Cork, Ireland; Summerville Restaurant, Cape Town, South Africa


  • Scatterlinks and Execucoach leadership, management and business training, Cape Town, South Africa; National Diploma in Hospitality Management, Cape Town Hotel School South Africa


  • Cape Town, South Africa

Languages Spoken

  • English, Afrikaans

From island life in the Seychelles to city life in the Middle East, Nick Solomon is a creative soul with a passion to meet people and discover new cultures. Nick has been fortunate to see his career take him to destinations that for many are only a dream vacation destination.

“From the earliest age, I was always drawn into the kitchen, constantly in search of knowledge on how scents and flavours were created,” says Solomon. “Both restaurants and hotels always felt like magic to me, and I was hooked. While it was food that led me into the industry, as I discovered more, my curiosity for operations and finance grew, ultimately pushing me towards more and more senior managerial roles.”

In his role, Nick oversees the luxurious 192-room Hotel in Amman, which provides the ideal home base to experience the capital and discover Jordan. “Jordan is the first destination for me in the Middle East and I am very lucky to be here. I enjoy getting to know the country and the people, and there’s no better way to do that than with Four Seasons.”