WELCOME TO

CAMPBELL GRAY LIVING

 

A new landmark comes to Amman...

 

Campbell Gray Living comprises luxury private residences, serviced offices, boutiques and restaurants.

 

At the heart of it all, the latest Campbell Gray Hotel

 

It’s where today meets tomorrow.

 

 

 

A NEW BRAND FOR AMMAN

 

Gordon Campbell Gray, has created some of the

world’s most iconic hotels; One Aldwych, London, Carlisle Bay, Antigua and Le Gray, Beirut.

 

The launch of Campbell Gray Living sees his vision for contemporary luxury extend

to private residences, offices and serviced apartments.

 

STRATEGIC LOCATION

 

Located in the new Abdali district, Campbell Gray Living puts you at the heart of the city.

 

Abdali Mall, Amman’s largest retail complex, is across the street with Parliament, the Palace of Justice and King Abdullah Mosque all near by.

 

Shmeisani, Amman’s lively financial hub and the state-of-the-art Clemenceau Medical Center, are a 5 minute walk away and Queen Alia International Airport is 30 minutes by car.

 

The strategic location make it the perfect place for international travellers to call home.

 

 

 

“At Campbell Gray living, you’ll be able to walk outside and find yourself in the city’s most vibrant neighborhood, Abdali - Amman’s new downtown. There will be visitors from abroad mixing with the best-traveled, most sophisticated and refined Jordanians. There will be an interesting and always changing palette of guests at the hotel.

What we’re bringing to Jordan is the very best. An experience layered with deep attention to detail, super efficiency and the highest-caliber service. No compromises.”

 

- Gordon Campbell Gray

 

 

 

 

 

“The middle east is a glorious collision of so many things:

 

East meets West. Old meets new.

Contemporary art and traditional values.

 

It’s a collision of colour and art, tastes and flavors.

 

Now, we’re creating a fusion of our own making.

We’re taking the excitement, glamour and service

we’ve become known for at Le Gray, Beirut, and we’re

mixing it up with the history and culture of Jordan.”

 

- Gordon Campbell Gray