Evason Ma’in Hotel & Six Sense Spa

At a glance

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    With a global reputation for excellent service, the hotel and spa offer an experience like no other.

  • Specialised treatments

    Specialized Spa Treatments

    Mineral-rich hot springs form the basis of spa – making for a unique range of treatments. Additionally, if there was ever a place to practice yoga, this is probably it.

  • Child friendly


    Dining under the stars with a view of Jerusalem, or in traditional Bedouin style; there are culinary options for all palettes and preferences.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    An oasis amidst the dramatic terrain of Jordan, the view is of an undulating mountainous landscape, encapsulating the best of Jordan.


Evason Ma’in Hotel & Six Sense Spa P.O. Box 801 Madaba, 11117 Ma’In, Jordan
P.O. Box 801 Madaba

Spa & Leisure

Set 264-metres below sea level, the Six Senses spa at Evason Ma’In is built into the natural landscape, which is dramatic to say the least. So in addition to the gym, pool with waterfall views, and relaxation areas (more views but this time under pergolas), at the epicentre of the retreat are the mineral-rich, natural hot spring waterfalls with their abundant therapeutic effects.

As Mother Nature provides quite such an idyllic basis for the venue’s relaxation and recuperation, it is fitting that treatments continue the organic theme using mineral and deep-sea inspired products alongside Jordanian olive oil and herbs in a collection of scrubs, wraps, massages, facials, hair masks, organic manicures and pedicures, and a number of opulent ‘journeys’ as well.

Hotel & Accommodation

A five-star hotel with an incomparable brand reputation across the world, the Evason Ma’In features contemporary design in its 94 rooms, two Royal Suites, and Honeymoon Suite, but utilise natural materials from the surrounding region to achieve the understated palette and ultimate effect.

Catering to all meals, there are several dining options available. At the Springs is open from dawn till dusk; while Panorama is the cliff-top restaurant offering an Arabic/Lebanese fusion menu with a glimpse of the lights of Jerusalem and glorious sunsets providing the backdrop. The Olive is an experience based on Bedouin tradition, and there are also two bars – Brown Bar, and The Cellar which offers Mezze, cheese and wine.