Speak to a specialist
Helen Sanders -
United Arab Emirates Specialist - Cheylesmore, Coventry,
The hotels are truley amazing.
Quick destination search
Originally built to house past Sultans and Imams of Arabia the hotel has since expanded into a 5 star beachfront hotel, With a recent multi- million dollar refurbishment combining its’ Arabic Architecture with a more contemporary feel the Al Bustan has become the epitome of grandeur.
Set on its own private sandy beach in 80 hectares of gardens all of the hotel’s luxury rooms have private balconies with many overlooking the Arabian Sea. The hotel also now has an infinity pool as well as 4 lagoon pools along with an array of water and land sports for daytime activities. For night if you are not heading off into Muscat there is a choice of fine restaurants in which to dine.
Shangri-La’s Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa
The resort is split into three hotels to ensure a suitable experience for all clients.
Al Waha – This hotel is aimed at the family market and offers a children club and has a ‘Lazy River’ pool that flows between hotels. Luxury adjoining rooms make this a very comfortable option for families who like good quality hotels with guaranteed sunshine.
Al Bandar – sitting in the middle of the resort, this hotel is mid range, comfortable but felt a little bland compared to the two options either side. The hotel has a very large swimming pool with the Lazy River leading to Al Waha.
Al Husn – This is the most luxurious of the three hotels. The property offers very spacious bedrooms and superb dining options. Children are accepted at this property.
The Chedi Muscat
This 5* hotel is very contemporary. Muscat’s only member of ‘Leading Hotels of the World’, it is a luxurious option for clients who enjoy clean lines with plenty of dark wood and white walls. The Chedi offers three swimming pools, two of which are adult only, all with very comfy double sun beds. The hotel also has a modern gym and huge spa. The food in The Restaurant is excellent and flavours from all corners of the world are on offer cooked in the individual open kitchens or dine in The Beach Restaurant on a wide range of fresh seafood.
Al Bustan Palace, a Ritz Carlton Hotel
This hotel has a very impressive lobby with chandeliers and marble. Many of Oman’s officials stay at the Al Bustan and it is well suited to the business traveller. The rooms are comfortable but not very large. One of the most popular rooms is the Al Bustan Lagoon Room. They have private access to the pool directly from their balcony.
Desert Nights Camp
If you are going to stay in the desert whilst in Oman the Desert Night Camp is perfect. Enjoy your own Bedouin-style tent with air conditioning and en suite facilities. Desert Camp can arrange camel rides, quad biking, dune bashing or guided safaris. The food is plentiful and the surroundings are beautiful. This may be a suggestion for a night or two.
Have a browse of a small collection of hotels.....there are many many more we are able to book, just drop us an email and we are more than happy to check them out for you!