Rent A Car Grand Hyatt Hotel

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Renting a car from our Grand Hyatt Hotel branch in Amman gets you off to the best start for your adventure in Jordan. This fascinating city is brimming with culture, sights, and places to visit. Explore in your own time and in air-conditioned comfort with your Hertz hire car.

Amman is the capital of Jordan, and is full of ancient monuments, ruins, and structures left over from the Roman and Byzantine civilisations. Renting a car in Amman is the easiest way to get to each attraction, and Jordan’s roads are well maintained with good signs, making driving a pleasure. Thanks to Jordan’s relatively small size, you can drive in comfort to the Dead Sea and to Jordan’s most famous landmark, the ruins at Petra, all of which are just a few hours from the centre of Amman.

Rules and Regulations for Driving in Jordan

If you are a Jordan resident, you must be at least 25 years old to rent a car with us. Any visitor from outside Jordan may rent a car as long as they have held a national driving licence for at least one year. However, if you are younger than 21, there is a small surcharge to pay. An International Driving Permit is also recommended, and serves to translate your national licence into other languages.

Jordanian police do carry out checks on vehicles periodically, so you should always ensure you have your driving licence, International Driving Permit, and identification with you, along with the vehicle’s documents.

Seatbelts must be worn by everyone in the car and mobile phone use is illegal while driving. Speed limits in Jordan are similar to those of other countries, with motorways having speed limits of 75mph (120kph) and smaller roads between 37-50mph (60-80kph). Be sure to stick to speed limits, as they are strictly enforced and fines can be very high.

There is also a zero-tolerance approach to drink driving. Road signage is usually clear and place names are in both Arabic and English, making navigation easier.

Driving in and around Amman

Places to Go With Your Rental Car in Amman, Jordan

Amman is a fascinating city with a blend of ancient sites and modern buildings. The roads are twisty and have grown with the city, but driving around will certainly show you things you’d never have discovered otherwise. Not far from our Grand Hyatt Hotel branch is the Citadel, an area of Amman full to the brim of ancient history.

In the Citadel you can visit the Roman ruins in the Temple of Hercules, complete with an enormous fragment of Hercules’ hand which has to be seen to be believed. With churches, a palace, and a museum, exploring the Citadel is a real highlight of Amman. Across the Al Hashemi Road from the Citadel is a huge Roman Amphitheatre, another relic from Jordan’s complex past.

While Amman is filled with souqs, museums, shopping, ruins and art galleries, many visitors are also drawn to the major attractions out of the city. Not far from Amman is the Dead Sea, with the Mujib Nature Reserve alongside it. Float the day away in this high-salinity water and embrace the black mud’s therapeutic qualities.

For Jordan’s most famous marvel, drive on down from the Dead Sea to Petra, the ancient city carved into rock faces. One of the world’s most incredible remaining ancient ruins, Petra can’t be missed and is an easy drive from both Amman and the Dead Sea.

Quick Information:

•  Correct Side of the Road: In Jordan you’ll drive on the right-hand side of the road.

•  Driver’s Age: If you’re not a resident of Jordan, you must have held your driving licence for at least a year and pay a small surcharge if you’re younger than 21. An International Driving Permit might also be required. If you’re a Jordan resident, you must be at least 25 and have held your licence for a year.

•  Speed Limits: Always stick to the speed limits in Jordan as there are speed cameras and fines can be high.

•  Safety: Seatbelts must be worn when in a car and using a mobile phone is illegal while driving.

•  Child seats: There isn’t a law regarding child seats, but you can hire them from our Grand Hyatt Hotel branch to ensure the safety of your children.