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King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center

King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center managed by Hilton
Address P.O.Box 4434 Amman 11953 Jordan
Location Dead Sea, Jordan
Operator Hilton
Enclosed space
Website www.kinghusseinconventioncenter.hilton.com

Located on the eastern shores of the Dead Sea, at the lowest point on earth, lies the King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Centre, managed by Hilton (KHBTCC), named after the late king of Jordan, King Hussein Bin Talal (1952-1999).

The KHBTCC opened in 2005. The three-story centre hosts over 3000 guests and has 27 conference halls, lounges, foyers, and several outdoor terraces on 24,000 square meters of floor space. It is located at 65 kilometer drive from Queen Alia International Airport and 45 kilometer from Amman.

The KHBTCC can accommodate approximately 4,000 people. The center hosted a 2007 regional meeting of the World Economic Forum and meetings of the International Monetary Fund.

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