Conference Venue: Le Royal Hotel Amman
Information how to reserve rooms in this hotel goes here.
Other Suggested Hotels in Amman
JEEIT 2019 participants can benefit from the following special offers in the following hotels. These hotels are close to the conference venue:
- firstname.lastname@example.org). Hotel 1, 4 stars: The rate for the single room is JODxx and the double room is JODyy, including all taxes and breakfast. The participates can reserve rooms by contacting Mr. John Doe (
Hotel 2, 3 stars: The rate for the single room is JODxx and the double room is JODyy, including all taxes and breakfast. The participates can reserve rooms by contacting Mr. John Doe (email@example.com).
To get these special offers, you must mention in your email message that you are JEEIT2019 participant.
Bus timetable for the Gala Dinner goes here.
Jordan is a relatively small country situated at the junction of the Levantine and Arabian areas of the Middle East. The country is bordered on the north by Syria, to the east by Iraq, and by Saudi Arabia on the east and south. To the west is Israel and the occupied West Bank, while Jordan’s only outlet to the sea, the Gulf of Aqaba, is to the south. Jordan occupies an area of approximately 96,188 square kilometers including the Dead Sea, making it similar in size to Austria or Portugal. However, Jordan’s diverse terrain and landscape belie its actual size, demonstrating a variety usually found only in large countries. Western Jordan has essentially a Mediterranean climate with a hot, dry summer, a cool, wet winter and two short transitional seasons. However, about 75% of the country can be described as having a desert climate with less than 200 mm of rain annually. Jordan can be divided into three main geographic and climatic areas: the Jordan Valley, the Mountain Heights Plateau, and the eastern desert, or Badia region. Time: GMT + 3. Expected temperatures in Amman in April are 11-23°C with an average of 2 rainy days.
Queen Alia International Airport Services
The modern Queen Alia International Airport in Amman is Jordanians “home hub” and an increasingly popular transit point for world travelers and international air freight. Jordan’s “gateway to the world” smoothly welcomes as many as five million passengers a year, with undergoing project for expanding capacity to ten million passengers. Passenger facilities include Royal Jordanian’s exclusive first class and business lounges, an extensive Duty Free shopping mall, and a variety of handcraft displays and restaurants. Amman’s Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) is located 32 km south of Amman, and can be reached by regular taxis or buses transport. On arrival, book a taxi at the booth on Level One. For QAIA flight information, telephone +962-4453013 or +962-4453014. For more information, visit the airport web site.
Yellow taxis, with meters, are very reasonable and are the most convenient form of transportation. The white ‘Service’ taxi system applies set routes, stopping on request, charging standard fees. There are also good public bus services between major points in Amman.
Information about optional tours to tourist attractions such as the Dead Sea, Petra, Jerash, and Wadi Rum goes here.