THE Chedi Muscat, Oman is located by the Al Hajjar Mountains with its own private beach, 21-acre gardens featuring six dining options, a spa, a health club and three swimming pools. It celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.
The only member of The Leading Hotels of The World in Oman, The Chedi Muscat is located in Al Ghubra, 20 minutes from the old city of Muscat and 15 minutes from Muscat International Airport. The resort’s design combines contemporary Asian style with subtle Omani nuances. The 158 rooms and suites offer views of the Gulf of Oman, Al Hajjar mountains and the hotel’s symmetrical Zen gardens.
The Restaurant’s fine dining menu is one highlight across The Chedi Muscat’s six restaurants. From October to April, epicureans can feast on seafood at The Beach Restaurant, and The Arabian Courtyard serves al fresco Arabic fare to the tune of music. Japanese, Malay and Mediterranean fares are also on offer in other outlets within the property.
The 800-sqm relaxation and fitness haven, the largest in Muscat, includes 13 self-contained light filled spa suites with poolside views. The Asian-inspired spa and health club both offer a range of wellness opportunities for guests. The resort offers championship golf packages for three 18-hole courses surrounding the property: the Greg Norman-designed Almouj Golf; Oman’s first venture into the sport, The Muscat Hills Golf & Club; and Ghala Valley Golf Club, which is built into a natural wadi.
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