The Umayyad Palace (Arabic: القصر الأموي) is a large palatial complex from the Umayyad period, located on the Citadel Hill (Jabal al-Qal'a) of Amman, Jordan. Built during the first half of the 8th century, it is now largely ruined, with a restored domed entrance chamber, known as the "kiosk" or "monumental gateway".
- Desert castles, the common English name of a series of Umayyad fortified palaces and lodges (pl. qusur, sing. qasr) from the Southern Levant
- Qantara Mediterranean Heritage, Umayyad Palace of Amman
- Andrew Petersen, Dictionary of Islamic Architecture, Jordan, Sassanian Influence ('Eastern'), p. 139