Ma’In Hot Springs Resort & Spa
Ma’In Hot Springs Resort & Spa is located 30 kilometres from the ‘mosaic’ city of Madaba and right of the corner of the Dead Sea. It is a scenic 60 minute drive from Amman Queen Alia International Airport (AMM). Lying 264 meters below sea level in a spectacular mountain landscape, Ma’In Hot Springs Resort & Spa is close by to the south-east corner of the Dead Sea and a leisurely drive to historic Madaba. It combines locally-inspired architecture and ambience with family friendly services, facilities and attention to detail.
Set like an oasis in the dramatic terrain, the location is easily accessible and defines the resort and spa experience in the Middle East – making it a destination of choice for those seeking the perfect retreat to relax and be pampered whilst enjoying the therapeutic benefits of Ma’In hot spring waterfalls.
The stunning property combines high levels of hospitality with locally – inspired architecture and peaceful surroundings to ensure an unforgettable experience. It offers a vast array of family friendly services and facilities to ensure personal attention in a welcoming atmosphere.
Ma’in hot springs resort & Spa presents many Jordanian life experiences in a comfortable, wholesome and sustainable way, we offer the opportunity to feel the true pulse of the Middle East.. from its traditional mystical roots to its present day uniqueness.
Life service is attentive and personalized, with our hosts being especially knowledgeable and caring. We are proud to offer Arabic hospitality.
Set like an oasisi in the dramatic terrain, the location is easily accessible and defines the resort and spa experiences in the Middle East,making it a destination of choice for those seeking the perfect retreat to relax and be pampered whilist enjoying the therapeutic benefits of Ma’in Hot spring waterfalls.
Ma’in Hot Springs or Hammamat Ma’in (biblical Belemounta), 74 km (64 miles) south of Amman and 264 meters (866 feet) below sea level, is the thermal mineral hot springs and waterfalls, where Herod the Great was said to have bathed in its medicinal water, and where people have come for thermal treatments, or simply to enjoy a hot soak, since the days of Rome.
The most famous thermal spring in the hills above the Dead Sea is Hammamat Ma’in, 18.5km from the Dead Sea resorts. Here the water, ranging from 45°C to a blistering 60°C, tumbles off the hillside in a series of waterfalls and less assuming trickles, and is collected in a variety of pools for public bathing. It contains potassium, magnesium and calcium.