Oman Air's guests from across the world have enjoyed complimentary stays in luxury hotels in Muscat, thanks to the airline’s free stopover offer. The popular programme gives guests the opportunity to break their journey and enjoy some of the Sultanate’s highlights on their way to their final destination.
And now Oman Air, the national carrier of Oman, has added a new hotel, the Sundus Rotana Muscat; extended the offer date; and expanded the programme’s international reach. Now, all Oman Air guests – flying in all classes, to and from any city – can enjoy a free night’s stay in the ideally located, four-star hotel.
Richard Bodin, senior vice-president of Oman Air Holidays said: “Adding the Sundus Rotana and being able to extend the offer into the busier winter months is another great step. The hotel has the benefit of being conveniently located just a few kilometres from the airport, yet close to the centre of Muscat. It is a modern, four-star property with great dining options and leisure facilities. We are delighted to add them to the programme.”
David Faull, general manager at the Sundus Rotana added: “We are delighted to be able to offer this deal to guests of Oman Air and build further on our strong relationship. Muscat is a magical city with unique attractions and culture that make the capital, and our modern hotel, a truly ‘must visit’ destination.”
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