ibis Amman, the first internationally branded economy hotel in Jordan, is confident of a stellar 2010, buoyed by higher than projected occupancy figures since it opened its doors in November 2009. “ibis is pioneering a new era in Amman’s hospitality arena by offering the first economy lodging hotel with international standards,” said Thierry Szewc, the general manager of ibis Amman.

“The difficult economic climate that prevailed through 2008/09 has substantially driven demand for economy lodging hotels and the ibis offering is filling the gap in the market for business and leisure travellers who want quality service at value for money prices.” He added: “ibis Amman made a better than expected start and we are now looking to build on our initial success in 2010, as we are fully equipped to provide our customers with hotel services that illustrate the best value for money.”
Source: Jordan Times