Oman is considered the "jewel in the Arabian crown.” The 309,500 sq. km that makes Oman is a mix of large gravel and sand plains that sit beside rough mountains. Even the desert-laden areas of Oman have contrasts, whether it’s the beautiful lagoons, or the salt flats. In recent years it has become a thriving tourist destination, with many thousands of tourists going on Oman holidays.
Holidays to Oman can be as relaxing or adventurous as you want them to be. Here are just some of things you can enjoy on a trip to Oman:
5 Popular Hotels In Oman
This The Al Husn is part of a 3 Hotel resort that sits amongst the rough and jagged mountains bordered with beautiful green trees in Muscat, Oman's capital. Al Husn translates as "the castle" and this is very apt as it has all the luxury of a palace. Every room in the Al Husn is decorated with local art. The rooms are spacious and the views are outstanding of the Gulf Of Oman. There are 2 onsite restaurants - the Muscat that offers truly mouth-watering and authentic Moroccan food and the Shahrazad which has more of the feel of a luxury cruise liner. .
Another of the three hotels of the Shangri La Barr Al Jissah, the Al Waha sits at the bay of the Oman Gulf and offers a range of suites and rooms. There is of course amazing views across the bay and the gulf. A great family hotel, this hotel offers light snacks to feast on at the Surf Cafe and Latin-inspired cuisine in the Samba restaurant. The name Al Waha means "The Oasis" and lives up to its name with its swimming pools all connecting and forming an oasis peppered with date palm trees.
The third of the 3 hotels that make up the Al Jissah hotel resort, the Al Bandar is translated as "The Town" and is apt as this is nestled in the middle of the resort. There is a wide selection of different cuisines to choose from its own restaurants. The Tapas and Sablah features live entertainment and outdoor dining. The Capri Court offers a modern Italian menu with breath-taking views across the bay.
The Grand Hyatt Hotel
This hotel is situated in the golden sandy beach of Shatti Al Qurm and overlooks the Oman Gulf. The rooms have been furnished with the very best fabrics and furniture. TO help you keep fit, there is an onsite fitness suite. There is much to choose from in the way of eateries, with the Tuscany Italian restaurant being a particular gem. For those who like to dance into the early hours there is Muscat's very own exclusive nightclub, the Copacabana.
It has over 150 rooms and suites with mesmerising views of the mountains or the Gulf. The Chedi is famous for its spa which will leave you feeling well looked after from head to toe. For somewhere more cerebral there is the library and the art gallery. Foodies of all discerning tastes enjoy holidays to Oman at the Chedi with the Beach restaurant serving mouth-watering seafood and the Arabian Court dishing up real Arabian cuisine. There is also places where you can enjoy Arabic, Indian, Asian and even Mediterranean food.
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Latest Oman Holiday Review
"We have visited here once before. Knew it would be expensive but warm and with the club level rooms hoped it would offset the cost of food."
Latest Oman Weather Review
"Warm but with a gentle breeze each day."