It’s a hot afternoon in Abdoun, Jordan. The city is bustling with lunchtime traffic. Jordanian actor Saba Mubarak looks down at the bustle from the floor-to-ceiling window in the opulent Tea Lounge in The St. Regis Amman. Dressed in Dolce & Gabbana, Georges Hobeika, and Alberta Ferretti, the star is ready for the hotel’s most famous tradition – afternoon tea.
Mubarak is a guest at the newly opened hotel and indulging in all of its exquisite offerings and timeless signature rituals. Located in the bustling city center, The St. Regis Amman is the ultimate city address. The magnificent 16-story hotel offers 260 lavishly appointed guestrooms, suites and serviced apartments, and offers the renowned hallmarks of the St. Regis brand, including the famed Butler Service, which allows each guest to customize their stay.
It also features four restaurants and bars, including the iconic St. Regis Bar inspired by the King Cole Bar in New York, as well as the Iridium Spa featuring seven treatment suites providing private luxury and pampering from revitalizing facials to soothing massages.
Outside the elegant property, the picturesque wonders of Jordan await. Mubarak dons Emilio Pucci and wades into the Dead Sea, allowing a serene moment of solitude to wash over her while the mineral waters ebb and flow around the star, lifting her closer and closer to the setting sun.
Exploring the hidden treasures of Petra, Mubarak strolls through the ancient Rose City, marveling at the maze of caves, temples, and tombs as she twirls in her Nedo Couture dress, catching the rays of the warm desert light in each twinkling sequin.
The star makes her way back to the St. Regis Amman to unwind after her adventures, soaking in the comfort and sophistication of her home away from home before her glamorous evening commences.
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