Stunning beaches and friendly people combine with the bustling bazaars and ancient forts to create an Arabian Gulf visit that is distinctly authentic. Of course, the ever-increasing
stable of upscale international hotels only adds to its allure.
HOW TO GET THERE
British Airways flies daily from London Heathrow, direct into Muscat in less than 10 hours. Oman Air and Gulf Air also offer a direct service.
WHEN TO TRAVEL
During the cooler months of November to May. Please note: Ramadan takes place between early June to early July.
Shangri-La have excelled even their own exemplary standards in the creation of this 3 hotel resort. The breadth of stunning accommodation here is only matched by the choice of world-class facilities and sumptuous dining options, and all just 15 minutes from the historic city of Muscat.
Six Senses Zighy Bay takes the concept of ‘Innovative Style’ a few steps further. Not only does this village-style resort introduce you to a refreshingly different corner of the world, but it also offers an uncompromising standard of luxury alongside a genuine commitment to the environment.
Cradled between the Hajjar mountains and the beachfront of Boushar, just ten kilometres outside ‘old’ Muscat, The Chedi Muscat has to be seen to be believed. This ‘Leading Hotel of the World’ is understated and sleek, with original Omani structures endowing a strong sense of place.
Al Bustan has long been one of the Middle East’s most famous resorts and its recent multi-million dollar facelift was designed to keep it that way. The refurbishment touched upon everything from the guest rooms, combining Art Deco design with the richness of Arabian culture, to an extensive network of new water features that are now contributing to an inherently relaxing ambience.
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